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Lancashire’s restaurants boast a huge diversity of mouth-watering cuisine where locally grown produce from traditional farmers and artisan food producers is de rigueur. From the lofty heights of Michelin-starred dining at Nigel Haworth’s renowned Northcote to the hand made pasta and homemade ice creams served at Gisburn's Italian La Locanda, you’ll discover a refreshing variety to the cuisine, be it adventurous global twists or simple, tasty hotpots, sausages or grass-fed beef. There are 35 Lancashire restaurants and food shops along the Ribble Valley Food Trail so why not discover some of the amazing variety for yourself?
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The Assheton Arms at Downham - Lancashire Life’s Dining Pub of the Year - is an historic Grade II listed village pub in the untouched conservation village of Downham with stunning views across the Ribble Valley.
Step into the warm and welcoming atmosphere of this old pub full of Lancashire tradition, located in the village of Pleasington. The contemporary menu offers twists on traditional local favourites created by the award-winning chef, Nigel Haworth.
This 250 year-old country inn has been refurbished as an atmospheric gastro-pub with large open fires, low-beamed ceilings, oak planked floors and a signature range of food that spans Lancashire classics alongside world food dishes.
Riley Green, Hoghton, Preston
We welcome you to The Royal Oak pub situated in Riley Green, Hoghton. There is a beautiful backdrop of the Pennines, with open log fires to keep you cosy in the winter months and a child friendly beer garden for alfresco dining in summer, we are an all year round traditional pub.
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Tucked away in the picturesque market village of Great Eccleston in the heart of the Fylde. The Farmers Arms is a bridge between old and new, town and country, locals and visitors, offering the Seafood Pub Company’s trademark excellence in food.
The Highwayman reopened its doors in April 2007, heralding a new era in the colourful history of this infamous watering hole.
There’s a truly passionate team behind The Oyster & Otter. It’s part of a small, independent Lancashire business that ‘lives and breathes’ fine food.
Easy access from Blackburn, Preston, Manchester and the Ribble Valley is just one of the virtues of this Best North West Food Pub winner in the...
For lovers of the finest food and wine come and indulge your every whim at Northcote. Inside the logs are burning brightly in the giant hearth whilst a hint of spices scent the air with a promise of delights to come.
Peruvian flavour to savour in the heart Preston ... Bespoke world tapas style dining ...
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Afternoon tea at the castle only £9.95 per person
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Sunday Lunchesfor £19.95 per person
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Afternoon Tea - from only £14.95 per person
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Easter Sunday Lunch Sunday, 20th April
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