10 Of The Best Places To Eat In Stoke-On-Trent

Choosing a place to eat can be a tough decision, especially if there is more than one person involved.

You have to cater to everybody’s needs and there is always going to be someone who disagrees with your choice. So how do you choose where you should dine?

We’ve decided to try and help make your decision-making a little bit easier so we’ve listed 10 of our favourite places to grab a bite around the Stoke-on-Trent area.


NOM Restaurant & Bar

NOM Restaurant & Bar is one of the must visit restaurants in Stoke-on-Trent, with a range of delicious food and cocktails to choose from.

There really is something for everyone here, with the likes of burgers, pizzas, grilled steaks and some classic mains available on the menu.

The restaurant is located in the centre of Hanley and provides free car parking, which is ideal if you wanted to grab a bit after some shopping. You can find more information on NOM Restaurant & Bar here.


Thalii

If you’re a fan of Indian food, then Thalii might just be the place for you.

With a range of different Indian, Asian and Pakistani dishes available, this place is a must for fans of spicy food. They also have vegetarian and vegan options available, so it’s suitable for everyone.

Thalii is located at 38 Kingsway and has a 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor. For information on opening hours, click here.


Baby Russets

Located at 42 Kingsway, Baby Russets is a small, intimate restaurant that specialises in traditional English food.

Their main dishes range from pies to fish dishes to chargrilled steaks and they also have a few vegetarian options on offer.

Although only a small venue, Baby Russets always receives glowing reviews and booking in advance is always advised. Their 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor shows that people clearly like what this fantastic restaurant has offer. If you’d like to learn more about Baby Russets, click here.


The Orange Tree Bar & Grill

The Orange Tree Bar & Grill has a passion for steak and they aren’t afraid to let you know it.

Serving as both a bar and a grill, you can enjoy the best of both worlds with some fantastic food and a couple of drinks afterwards. Food wise, they offer a range of different grilled steaks, burgers and large plates as well as vegetarian and fish options.

With a 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor, you’re surely in for a good time. You can find The Orange Tree Bar & Grill on Newcastle Road. For bookings and more information on the menu, click here.


David’s Brasserie

David’s Brasserie is a family owned restaurant that specialises in offering a unique experience for everyone.

During the day, a more informal approach is taken with a different menu, but in the evening, it turns into a much more formal affair, perfect for romantic dinners for two. Their menus have a wide range of dishes, from delicious breakfasts to platters to share to signature items.

A 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor shows that David’s Brasserie is clearly a hit with customers. The restaurant is located at Trentham Shopping Village and more information on opening times can be found here.


The Quarter Café

The Quarter Café is a relatively new place, opening in December of 2016 and located in the ‘Cultural Quarter’ of Hanley town centre.

A Café by day and a bistro at night, The Quarter Café offers a tasty menu from breakfast to dinner. Handmade sandwiches and desserts and cakes are served throughout the day, with different chicken and fish platters available from 5pm.

The Quarter Café also like to put on live performances, so if you’re a fan of great food and good music, this might be the place for you. More information on the Café can be found here. Oh, and they currently have a 5.0 rating on TripAdvisor which is pretty good.


Portofino

Portofino offers a warm and welcoming Italian experience in Hanley, perfect for all occasions.

Offering a nice selection of pizzas, seafood and pastas, Portofino prides itself on offering fine Italian cuisine.

The restaurant is located on Marsh Street South in Hanley and has a 4.0 rating on TripAdvisor. If you’d like to know more about the menu and opening hours, click here.


Mothertown Fish & Chips

If you’re looking for high quality, fresh fish and chips then look no further than Mothertown Fish & Chips.

Mothertown prides itself on offering a wide selection of gluten free chip shop options, as well as a traditional menu. They even got voted #15 on The Times’ 30 Best Places To Eat Fish & Chips In Britain, which is pretty impressive.

The first thing you see on their website is their reviews, so they are clearly proud of the feedback given by customers. Mothertown Fish & Chips also has an impressive 5.0 score on TripAdvisor. Opening hours and full menu can be found through this link.


Massala Junction

Massala Junction in Hanley offer traditional and authentic curries served in a relaxed atmosphere.

Their menu is a blend between westernised modern curries and traditional dishes from the streets of Lahore. If you’re looking for an authentic and delicious Indian restaurant, this might be your ideal choice.

They also offer delivery as well, so you don’t even need to leave the house. Massala Junction often receives glowing reviews for their curries, with a 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor. For bookings and full menu, click here.


The Masons Arms

The Masons Arms is a Hanley based pub offering some great British food.

They offer a variety of different classic pub dishes, as well as some tasty signatures. If you’re looking for a place for a great Sunday roast, then The Masons Arms might be the place for you.

The Masons Arms is a popular place among locals, with a 5.0 rating on TripAdvisor. You can find more information on The Masons Arms here.


Summary

So that’s our list. These are just a couple of the many great places to grab a bite to eat around the Stoke-on-Trent area.

Did we miss out your favourite? Let us know! We’ll gladly let put our taste buds to the test.


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