Warwick (/ˈwɒrɪk/) is the county town of Warwickshire, England. It lies on the River Avon, 11 miles (18 km) south of Coventry and just west of Leamington Spa and Whitnash, with which it is contiguous. At the 2011 Census, the population was 31,345.
Things to do in Warwick
4.5 based on 462 reviews
We went to this restaurant on a very busy Saturday night plus there were a lot of meals going out on takeaway however I have to say that in spite of the pressure that the guys were working under both the food and more importantly the service was excellent. There was a party of four and each had a different meal but every meal was excellent. The food was presented very well and was very authentic. One of my pet hates is when dirty plates are left on the table for a time after the meal has been eaten, but these guys were really on the ball and move down the plates as soon as we had finished eating. Cannot fault this restaurant and will certainly be revisiting when I am back in the area. A word of advice is the you would be advised to book a table prior to your visit.
4.5 based on 311 reviews
We reserved a table at The Aubergine to celebrate our friends' wedding anniversary. Unfortunately our table was given to another party who had not booked, despite saying they had. The staff didn't handle the situation well and we went elsewhere. The lovely owner has now telephoned to apologise and we'll be going back to the restaurant in the near future. We all know mistakes happen but as long as the customer is treated well no damage is done and it can even create loyalty. Thank you owners!
4.5 based on 755 reviews
Ate here for the first time this evening and was suitably impressed. Nice selection of different tastes and surely something to suit anyone. The food is nicely balanced and well prepared and beautifully presented. Excellent service, attentive without being overpowering.
4.5 based on 205 reviews
Relaxed dining in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Set in the heart of picturesque Warwick town centre, close to Market Square and Warwick High Steet, 7 Square occupies an authentically Georgian building dating from 1700. Our restaurant is a blend of both classical and contemporary designs which is mirrored by our food - a blend of traditional and modern international cuisine.
Small restaurant created within an 18th century town house, providing dining experience within several small ground floor rooms. Not an extensive menu but offering good value set menu as well as a la carte. Good french wine list. Friendly staff. Owner does the cooking. Recommend the stuffed peppers for starter and chicken farci for main. Vegetables are included. Worth a visit. Central location in historic town. May need to book ahead.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Came here for lunch as the start to our celebrations. Reviews were good on here, so expected it to be good and Portuguese is something you don't see everywhere, bar the chicken chain restaurant (which isn't really). The place was full, we hadn't booked but one member of staff pointed out that there was Seating upstairs. Great! We went upstairs and ordered chicken piri piri and the belly pork with chorizo and beans. The chicken was very nice and piquant but I expected half a bird, not strips of chicken. Salad also lovely and interesting combo. Huband's dish should have been called "hunt for the belly pork - we are sure it's in there" as there were two very small pieces. If they describe it and sell it as belly pork, there needs to be more in it as we/he thought it was the star of the show, along with the chorizo and the beans the bonus. It was the other way around. Tasted nice enough but didn't meet expectations, sadly. While we were waiting for our food, a member of staff came upstairs and enquired whether I was cold. When I said "yes, a bit" she offered to put the fire on. All good and well, if you follow it through. She said she would return in a couple of minutes to turn it on, then never did. Other members of staff who served customers at the adjacent tables just served those and didn't give us a second thought, nor did anyone ask if everything was okay with the food. So, we waited to see if anyone came up so we could ask for the bill and then concluded we'd best go downstairs to pay as nobody seemed to bother. Given that it was our first time there, we were not sure and the staff did not point it out either re how to pay. Shame really. So, we left feeling a bit disappointed and shan't return as a bit of service and courtesy would have gone a long way.
4.5 based on 363 reviews
The RiverCross was recently founded by an owner with a vision.Inspired by leading Indian restaurants and the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, Mr. Jagdeep Sohal has united with an experienced team of chefs to serve vibrant dishes to public connoisseurs near the bank of the River Avon. In accordance with the scenic location, his restaurant has retained many of the original features it possessed as a public house. The result is an intimate atmosphere and a memorable dining experience.
Decide to have a takeaway as friends were having a ladies evening. if you really enjoy a curry well worth a visit Had their special very hot curry. Yes it is hot but also very tasty. Great service as always
4.5 based on 774 reviews
A quintessential English tea rooms in a beautiful tudor house set against the wall of Warwick Castle
Found through TripAdvisor & so happy to have found it..... lovely old quirky house.... central location!
Lots of teas & good choice of food.... lots of people having afternoon teas etc..... we just had the soup and Welsh Rarebit..... both very good & we are fussy!
Very busy and some people turned away..... you will be sorry if you miss out so I would advise booking.... you’ll love it,
4.5 based on 187 reviews
An historical cafe on artisan Smith Street with cosy indoor Seating and a surprisingly large courtyard garden out the back. Our homemade bread takes centre stage with a selection of delicious sandwiches and classic bakery treats such as welsh rarebit and croque monsieur. Our all day breakfast is very popular and includes our version of a full English breakfast and homemade toasted fruit bread. We also serve fabulous local coffee, a selection of teas and an ever changing offering of delectable cakes and sweat treats.
What a gem!!
We travelled from North Wales to meet up with family mid way. We wanted to go round Warwick Castle, having purchased the tickets already. We decided to meet at Bread & Co for coffee. Ended up having the most fantastic lunch there. Speedy service, the atmosphere was very welcoming. The food?? Oh wow, now here is where I get lost for words. Home made bread, jams etc, to die for. I decided though to have a full English breakfast as well. It was lovely, oh wow, the sausages, bacon bread. You’ve gotta try it, to appreciate how food should be served to you. Ten out of ten plus.
I must add though, that I travel the Uk with my work in the week, eating in different cafes, restaurants up and down the country. Bread & Co, beats the biscuit as they say. I’m going to look forward to a return visit a.s.a.p.
4.5 based on 902 reviews
Micatto has been a firm favourite for years. The food, service and atmosphere has always been fantastic and since their recent refurbishment it’s even better.
The new menu is extensive and features old favourites as well as new dishes with influences from their sister restaurant La Copolla, in Leamington Spa.
Great job Micatto !
4.5 based on 909 reviews
Enjoyed a fabulous evening here with my partners brother and his wife. Authentic 5 course meal washed down with some top Rioja, one of our party did not eat fish and they catered for this easily with the advanced notice we gave them. Tapas, butter...MoreThank you very much. It's always a pleasure to see serve people who appreciate great food and wine.
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