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From Michelin starred Northcote and Moor Hall to cosy inns and traditional pubs with roaring fires, or independent coffee shops serving gastro-sandwiches, Lancashire has it all.

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Aven Restaurant

Aven Restaurant

Reawakening heritage British and wild ingredients, crafted into unique tasting menus by esteemed…

Fell Urban Bistro

Fell Urban Bistro

Relaxed dining in a modern setting.

Twelve Restaurant and Lounge Bar

Twelve Restaurant and Lounge Bar

Chic and contemporary with a modern British menu, Twelve Restaurant is located on the Fylde Coast…

The Inn at Whitewell

The Inn at Whitewell

Multi award winning characterful traditional rural inn that's part of the Duchy of Lancaster's…

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Award winning places to eat in Lancashire

Award winning places to eat in Lancashire

If you are looking for somewhere special to eat out, why not take a visit to Lancashire. Home to many multi-award-winning restaurants, Lancashire has a great collection of fine dining opportunities ensuring delicious food, friendly service, and stunning settings.

Five of the best... Cafes and coffee shops

Five of the best... Cafes and coffee shops

After an afternoon of hiking through, Lancashire’s spectacular scenery, what could be more appealing than a piping hot pot of tea accompanied by a slab of chocolate cake, pile of fresh scones or doorstop sandwiches? Luckily there are countless cafes, coffee shops and tea rooms dotted all over Lancashire where you can enjoy all of those things and more!

Christmas Day? Sorted!

Christmas Day? Sorted!

The original residents of one of Lancashire’s loveliest historic houses might have eaten boar’s head and pottage, but today Samlesbury Hall is putting a modern twist on the biggest meal of the year.

The Hall which dates back to 1325 will be providing a stress-free Christmas dinner.  All you have to do is order, collect, heat and eat!

The Halls’ chef has been busy – without an elf in sight – cooking up a five-course table groaning feast.

An Evening at The White Swan Fence

An Evening at The White Swan Fence

Lancashire is fast-becoming the must-visit foodie destination and that is thanks to our fit-to-bursting larder of amazing food and drink from some of the country’s most sought-after producers, to pioneering chefs the likes of Paul Heathcote MBE and Nigel Haworth, to our increasing list of award-winning pubs and restaurants...

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