Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Luton. Luton (/ˈluːtən/ ( listen) LOOT-ən) is a large town in Bedfordshire, England, 20 miles (30 km) east of Aylesbury, 14 miles (20 km) west of Stevenage, 30 miles (50 km) northwest of London, and 22 miles (40 km) southeast of Milton Keynes.
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Get a real taste of the Mediterranean with techniques passed down from generations.
Went with kids to eat out and came across this new restaurant Food was extremely tasty especially the mashService was excellent as staff were on hand to help our every needWill definitely be coming back for moreAll food was cooked to perfection and nothing was dry as in some places Overall an amazing eating experience
Morrocan/Arabic cuisine and Subs and bakery
Visited here as it looked quite nice, asked if anything was gluten free as I am a coeliac and was met with blank faces, asked to speak to the chef and the person serving said they were the chef and that they couldn't tell me any of the ingredients and if anything had wheat in, was made to feel like an inconvenience, despite the fact they have an allergy disclaimer on the back of their menus stating if you have an allergy "speak to staff". Avoid if you have any special dietary requirements.
4 based on 102 reviews
I booked Azure, for a different night out with my family, for our 50th anniversary.we had a fantastic night, the banquet food was super, and not in anyway were they stingy on the portions, our lovely lady waitress was so patience with us and she serve us so well, explaining the different dishes as we went along.The drink service was terrific too. would I booked again?? Absolutely.thank you all in Azure for making our 50th anniversary special
Tried visiting Al Quds in December for dinner but the place was so packed that we ended up going somewhere else (which we regretted) Second attempt - but this time for lunch. I was not disappointed! My wife and I had the mixed grill for 2. The food was flavoursome and fresh, Iâm eagerly planning my next visit!
4 based on 434 reviews
We bring the Arab world to Luton. Get a taste of authentic Arabic food to Luton. Desert's rose was the first shisha cafe to open in Luton in 2004. At Desert's rose you will dine on our carefully prepared Middle Eastern specialties, all in a peaceful, rela
I have only used this restaurant for takeaway orders and once collected in person to try something new. Each time the food was hot, fresh and really tasty. I've chosen different dishes each time and have never been disappointed- always great quality food and prompt delivery. The place itself looks really cosy and the service is friendly and courteous. I will most definitely be ordering again and hope to visit with friends soon as well.
4 based on 729 reviews
For a warm and friendly welcome, pop in and join us for a drink at our country pub with quality dining. We have a wide selection of beers and wines from around the globe. The bar area has a light and airy feel without losing the great atmosphere and intim
Where to eat in Luton, when stuck between travels. Go here. Its worth the taxi ride, and you'll get much better food than elsewhere, on or off the airport. The menu is outright impressive, and the food-experience was "home-made". Even to the degree that cooked vegetables were a bit overcooked. Sharing the pub with the locals add to the atmosphere.It is always lovely to hear when people find our menu impressive and appreciate that our food is home-made. ThankyouPaul
4 based on 297 reviews
We love it at the Trattoria! Have been coming here for years with friends, family or as a couple. Always a lovely welcome from Aggie and Michael and of course, delicious food. Personal favourites of mine include the Bruschetta, big sharing bowls of salad (incl. basil, avocado, mozzarella etc.), lovely freshly made pizza, the amazing lasagne and the pasta Amatriciana. Thereâs always great specials on as well, including meat and fish dishes. You donât have to wait long for your food, so you can either make a night of it in there with friends, or just grab a quick meal and head off to the Bear Club. Give it a go - you wonât be disappointed.
4 based on 414 reviews
Villa Ada is a family run Italian restaurant, established since 1996.We pride ourselves on serving all our dishes cooked from fresh. Our large menu includes fresh fish, steaks, chicken, veal and pasta. Many vegetarian options are available, aswell as glut
Went here for our fathers birthday. Excellent service in a traditional setting. Varied menu with many classics, great tournados Rossini! Everything was delicious and we were very well looked after. It was like stepping back in time - strongly recommended.
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