International cuisine can be found from well-known brands such as Wagamama, Carluccios, and Pizza Express. Of course there are also our much loved independent restaurants including Tequila’s authentic Mexican restaurant, the Bowl Full and Ole Ole Tapas Bars, and Thailand No. 1.
Fans of fine dining are spoilt for choice in the city too. The Bronze Pig is headed up by chef Eamonn Hunt, a Masterchef finalist and offers contemporary English cuisine with strong Italian influences. The Jew’s House on The Strait and Burton Road’s The Old Bakery both enjoy consistently positive reviews for their international cuisine. The bread from the latter is still made with flour from nearby Ellis Mill.
The Electric Bar & Restaurant, housed on the fifth floor of Brayford Wharf’s Doubletree by Hilton, provides not only delicious food, but also excellent views across the wharf. Reform in the Castle Hotel has won several awards for its contemporary European cuisine and The Old Palace’s British dishes with continental influences are considered inventive and delicious. The Wig and Mitre has long been a popular restaurant with its local, seasonal dishes.