Leigh-on-Sea, also referred to as Leigh, is a town and civil parish in Essex, England. A district of Southend-on-Sea, with its own town council, it is currently the only civil parish within the borough.
Restaurants in Leigh-on Sea
4.5 based on 819 reviews
I regularly cycle to Old Leigh. It is s lovely place that retains a quaint old world charm. It is often very busy and that is not surprising given the bars, restaurants and cockle sheds. The CAMRA multi award winning Mayflower Pub ( named after the ship that took the Puritans from Leigh and other places to America) offers great real ales and fantastic fish and chips, and there are Beaches, boats and lovely country walks. Not to be missed.
4.5 based on 198 reviews
Poped to hadleigh castle for a lovely walk and picnic with my Mrs and my 3 year old boy and our dog molly .great place to visit interesting remains of a castle also lovely views across the sea! Bet it’s beautiful there in the summer .we are going back then .
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Lovely flowers great to walk about..taking in the fresh air..and admiring the lovely scenery..you could just stroll around here for hours.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
We came here to celebrate a few of the lads birthdays. I had never been before and once we was kitted out started to watch the first lot of practise races. When you first start to watch the karts look amazingly quick and on my...MoreThank you for taking the trouble to write your 5 star review of our venue. We always strive to make everyone's Karting experience special and we are glad that you enjoyed and appreciated your event. We hope to see you again in the future.
4.5 based on 291 reviews
I doubt you could find anywhere better than Belfairs Wood and Nature reserve. Wide open spaces great forest walks and so special if you take children or just go with your dogs. Beautiful outside Seating area so calm and peaceful, and extremely friendly staff serving homemade cakes and produce that is so reasonably priced. I took young friends but have also taken elderly relations and its so good for either age group.
4 based on 95 reviews
I visited the farm with my Grandchildren and they loved it, seeing the animals and feeding them too. They also thoroughly enjoyed the adventure playground with the farm.
Afterwards when the children have exhausted themselves walk up to the Café and have a cappuchino and a stick bun adults have got to have a bit of fun????.
The farm has history and it is told on boards around the farm I was not aware that the Sally Army did this for the menfolk of Victorian times, but we all have to learn something new every day.
4 based on 148 reviews
Our friends suggested we go here as they said it’s very reasonably priced and the food is good. We sat down in the almost empty restaurant and were offered a set Sunday menu. Both of the men in our party are pescatarians and the choice of good for them was basically take it or leave it. Literally just one choice of vegetarian food. We asked if there was any fish or other alternatives and were told no. We weren’t offered an a la Carter menu either. Obviously at that point we left and won’t be returning.
4 based on 142 reviews
Base Jump is the UK's ultimate trampoline park with over 35,000 sqft of fun where Jumpers will get the chance to try out the UK’s first trampoline Half Pipe, the ‘Ninja’ course; they can enter the Launch Arena to throw themselves off 2 metre high ‘Base Jump Platforms’ into an air bag or foam pit – Base Jump has a five-lane airbag pit and a five-lane foam pit, Freestyle Jump Arena with over 75 interlinked trampolines; ‘Slam Dunk Lane’, three Dodge Ball courts, ‘Battle Beam’ and a Soft Play area for the under 5’s. All this set to a backdrop of a huge screen projecting live action in the park, visually stunning lighting and a massive wall of commissioned graffiti realism art work.
We've had birthday parties here, visited after school and attended when a stunt scooter crew were in attendance. Although some of the young staff can be distracted at times and not watch the children closely enough, as a parent we always make sure we know where they are are what they are doing.
The SNS evening was virtually empty so keep your eyes peeled for special events!
4.5 based on 137 reviews
What a rare treasure for southendians! a beautiful old building that hasn't been pulled down or derelict! A good rake ensures all have a good view of the stage, and with a good range of amateur and professional productions and even a small studio for more specialist productions, there is over a course of time something for everyone. It is always a joy to visit and feel part of its history, long may it continue.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
I enjoyed my visit to this small Heritage Centre where there is a lot of history on display. This priceless heritage consists of Photos, documents and memorabilia about local life over the past hundred years all crammed around a few small rooms.
There is also a Fishermans Cottage dating from the 1850's that is accessible from the Heritage Centre that has been restored to how it was at the time. With only four small rooms it gives an idea of how life was for a family of perhaps six or seven living there.
Access to everything is free, but they do ask for a small donation which is important to be able to keep it running in the future.
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