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Restaurants in Cheltenham

 Discover some extraordinary Cheltenham restaurants with Quandoo

Known as the capital of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham has restaurants to make anyone's mouth water. Whether you’re in town to work, you're heading to the races or holidaying in the surrounding countryside, it's a destination that satisfies even the most demanding foodies. At Quandoo, you'll discover why, with Cheltenham restaurants serving everything from Asian street food to prime British beef, French delights and meticulously prepared Indian curries. Even better, the 18th century architecture of the town and the beauty of its nearby villages and country houses make for breathtaking settings. There's no dining destination quite like it, so have a look at our selection of Cheltenham restaurants and enjoy an exceptional gastronomic experience.

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Côte Cirencester

Côte Cirencester

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/61723
Côte Cirencester
Côte Cheltenham

Côte Cheltenham

Montpellier
French££££
5.3/61275
Côte Cheltenham
Côte Gloucester

Côte Gloucester

The Docks
French££££
5.5/6575
Côte Gloucester
The Grill 49

The Grill 49

Town Centre
Gourmet££££
5.3/6141
The Grill 49
Chelsea Bar and Brasserie

Chelsea Bar and Brasserie

Town Centre
European££££
5.0/6144
Chelsea Bar and Brasserie
The Edgemoor Inn

The Edgemoor Inn

Edge
European££££
5.3/678
The Edgemoor Inn
The Boathouse - Worcester

The Boathouse - Worcester

Upton-upon-Severn
European££££
5.5/641
The Boathouse - Worcester

Thai Family Restaurant

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.2/640
Thai Family Restaurant
The Mermaid

The Mermaid

Burford
European££££
4.8/623
The Mermaid
The Farmers Boy Pub and Restaurant

The Farmers Boy Pub and Restaurant

Longhope
European££££
5.4/628
The Farmers Boy Pub and Restaurant
Gallery 36

Gallery 36

Malvern
European££££
5.3/615
Gallery 36
The Kashmir

The Kashmir

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.0/623
The Kashmir
The Royal Oak - Burford

The Royal Oak - Burford

Burford
European££££
5.7/63
The Royal Oak - Burford
The Drum & Monkey

The Drum & Monkey

Upton-upon-Severn
European££££
5.5/620
The Drum & Monkey

Sorrento Italian Restaurant

Town Centre
Italian££££
6.0/61
Sorrento Italian Restaurant
Sup & Chow

Sup & Chow

Town Centre
European££££
4.8/616
Sup & Chow
Blue Ginger - Gloucester

Blue Ginger - Gloucester

Linden
Indian££££
5.4/610
Blue Ginger - Gloucester

Villa Toscana - Ledbury

City Centre
Italian££££
4.6/616
Villa Toscana - Ledbury
Rajbari Restaurant

Rajbari Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/63
Rajbari Restaurant
Baburchi Cuisine

Baburchi Cuisine

The Docks
Indian££££
5.7/63
Baburchi Cuisine
  1. 1.

    Try some sublime European cuisine at restaurants in Cheltenham

    When you scroll through the Cheltenham restaurant listings you'll soon see that European cuisine is a big deal in this west country destination, which may be due to the affluent population or tourists who visit from around the world. Either way, it means that diners at Cheltenham's restaurants can enjoy the finest dishes that French, Italian and Spanish cuisines have to offer. From Breton fish stews and chicken cooked in white wine sauce, to creme brulee and other continental desserts, there are plenty of European dinner options. There are also Italian-style cafes where the espressos and cappuccinos take centre stage, so whatever continental cuisine you're after, Cheltenham restaurants deliver.
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    Mix natural beauty with beautiful cooking at restaurants in Cheltenham

    One of the best things about dining out at restaurants in Cheltenham is the ability to mix nature and recreation with a fine dining experience. For instance, if you feel the need for some fresh air, take a wander along the River Severn and end up at a cosy pre-booked gastro-pub or gourmet brasserie. Or head to country house eating spots that are surrounded by gardens where you can take a stroll and unwind before settling down to eat. Mix spa treatments and fine dining and plan the ideal day of relaxation by making a booking at Cheltenham restaurants with Quandoo.
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    Enjoy an Asian feast at Cheltenham's restaurants

    There are also some fantastic Asian restaurants in Cheltenham. It may be a long way from Delhi, but the capital of the Cotswolds does boast some exceptional Indian curry houses. You'll find options near the University of Gloucestershire that specialise in tandoori cooking, town centre eateries that bring Kashmiri cuisine to the palates of west country diners, and upscale Indian restaurants in Charlton Kings that bring the subtlety of southern Indian cooking to the table. But the options go well beyond India. With family-run Thai restaurants in Cheltenham and Asian-fusion places as well, anyone with a taste for exotic spices will be in seventh heaven.
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    Cheltenham's restaurants are perfectly set up for special occasions

    If you need to book a table for a romantic meal or you’re celebrating a milestone, Cheltenham's restaurants include some sublime settings for the occasion. The city is blessed with endless streets of 18th century townhouses, many of which have been converted into high-class eateries, and there are adapted fire stations and Art Deco cinemas, too, as well as country houses and places near Pittville Park with al fresco terraces and wonderful views. So, if you need a setting to measure up to the food on offer, Cheltenham's restaurants won't let you down.
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    Find a place to dine before heading to the races

    There's no shortage of excellent dining options for people who are heading to the Cheltenham Races, so book somewhere before your visit and turn an already action-packed day into something truly special. You'll find conveniently-located eating spots on Clarence Parade in the town centre or in the northern part of town where you can take your pick from Indian, Thai, British and European cuisine. And when you're done, you won't be far from the racecourse entrance.
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    Tuck into glorious local produce at restaurants in Cheltenham

    More than anything else, restaurants in Cheltenham benefit from being in the middle of a superb agricultural region. Gloucestershire is famous for its cheeses (like Double Gloucester), which makes cheeseboards at Cheltenham restaurants a cut above the usual. Then there's the fruit. Gloucestershire's apples, plums and pears are used in delectable desserts as well as being turned into some of the finest ciders, perries and fruit wines around. Add in sustainably-sourced honey, wild foraged herbs and mushrooms, and Gloucester sausages, and local chefs have plenty of ingredients to play with. Find out where their imagination leads by booking the finest restaurants in Cheltenham via Quandoo.