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Restaurants in Coventry

An explosion of gastronomic delight awaits you in Coventry’s best restaurants

An explosion of gastronomic delight awaits you in Coventry’s best restaurants Coventry is a Medieval city located in the heart of England’s Midlands region. Much of this large city was rebuilt following World War Two, and it is now a vibrant, bustling metropolis that is home to cultures from around the world. This cosmopolitan aspect of the city has given rise to a wide range of Coventry restaurants that serve food from just about every major country in the world. Whether you’re in the mood for Mexican food in Edgwick or classic British fare in the Finham area, the Coventry restaurant you need is rarely more than a short walk away. Rather than take your chances by turning up on the day, reserve a table at the Coventry restaurants of your choice with the Quandoo app for mobile and desktop.

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Pizza Grill Restaurant - PGR

City Centre
Italian££££
4.4/693

Basement Browns - Coventry

City Centre
Italian££££
5.3/626

De Laban

City Centre
Indian££££
5.6/620
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The Golden Cross

City Centre
Tavern££££
6.0/63

Zeenat Restaurant

Bishopsgate Green
Indian££££
6.0/61

Weavers Balti

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61

Asiana Restaurant

Holbrooks
Indian££££
5.5/64

Blue Orchid

City Centre
Asian££££
4.7/69

The Mint

Centre
Indian££££

Selminas

City Centre
Mexican££££
5.0/61

The Town Crier

Centre
European££££

The Red Lion

Corley Moor
Bar££££

Feast Junction

Bishopsgate Green
Asian££££
4.5/652

The Farmhouse Restaurant

Canley
International££££
5.7/614

Bengal Delight Coventry

Holbrooks
Indian££££
4.5/630

The Rupee Lounge

Tile Hill
Indian££££
6.0/62

Masala Club

Balsall Common
Indian££££
5.5/62

Indian Ark

Kenilworth
Indian££££
5.3/63

Indigo

Cheylesmore
Indian££££
4.9/68

Shimla spice

Earlsdon
Indian
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    Eat like the locals do in authentic Coventry restaurants

    Eat like the locals do in authentic Coventry restaurants Coventry has restaurants that serve every imaginable type of cuisine. However, if you want to eat the food that local people enjoy in their own country, there are several restaurants in Coventry that serve regional cuisines made with authentic family recipes. You can eat like real Indians by taking a trip to Turmeric Gold Restaurant on Spon Street. As well as offering a massive selection of Indian dishes, this cosy eatery offers a selection of secluded booths and a beautiful tent-style area. You can sample the flavours of Lebanon and the Middle East by reserving a table at Habibi, which can be found on Far Gosford Street. This authentic, family-run restaurant features an exotic garden area and a Bedouin tent. Kebabs are only one of the specialities available at Turkish eatery Sultan Restaurant on Far Gosford Street. Also on the menu is yogurtlu lamb shish and chicken beyti — dishes that are eaten in family homes throughout the country. If you want to eat specialities that are rarely found anywhere other than their country of origin, sample secret flavours and aromas from around the world at Coventry’s authentic international restaurants.
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    Restaurants in Coventry for every occasion

    Restaurants in Coventry for every occasion One of the reasons Coventry restaurants are in such high demand right now is the fact that they offer solutions for every imaginable occasion. Perhaps you’re looking for an intimate venue serving quality food for a dinner date. Maybe you need to find a large eatery that can cater for a big family birthday. Or you might be in search of a lively restaurant for an important work occasion. Whatever type of dining experience you want, Coventry’s restaurants can deliver. Miller & Carter on Kenpas Highway is perfect for family occasions, as it is child friendly and offers an eclectic choice of dishes. The Elms on Birmingham Road is also a great place to take children. Feast Junction on Hertford Place is geared towards lively, corporate customers, thanks to its live cooking stations and large, contemporary dining space. If seclusion and intimacy are required, give Varsity on Gibbet Hill Road a try. Not only does this contemporary restaurant offer a range of American classics, it has a lot of booths, which are perfect for adding a little privacy to proceedings.
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    See the sights then dine out in one of Coventry’s top restaurants

    See the sights then dine out in one of Coventry’s top restaurants It’s always nice to combine a day’s sightseeing with a great meal in a top eatery. Fortunately, this area of the Midlands offers both. Once you’ve seen the sights, make your way to one of Coventry’s exceptional restaurants for a slap-up meal. Among the most popular attractions in the city include the Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve, Coventry Cathedral, The Coventry Music Museum and The Coventry Transport Museum. Of course, walking around and having fun will give you a hefty appetite, so it’s always a good idea to reserve your table well in advance. Browse Coventry restaurants near you, read customer reviews, view menus and book tables with the Quandoo app. Once you’ve sorted out lunch and dinner at one of Coventry's most respected restaurants, you can concentrate on exploring everything this vibrant city has to offer.
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    Coventry restaurants aren’t always just for food

    Coventry restaurants aren’t always just for food While it’s always nice to find a great restaurant for food, having to move on to find somewhere for a little fun, music and partying can be a drag. Fortunately, many restaurants in Coventry allow you to eat great food and enjoy a great time at a lively nightspot. Zorbaz on Radford Road, for example, always offers a loud and lively ambience — along with a huge range of cocktails. Mount Pleasant on Hinckley Road is known for its community feel, and often puts on live music, quizzes and live sport. The same can be said for The Elms on Birmingham Road, which is part of the Harvester group of eateries. Coventry restaurants are among the business and most popular in the West Midlands. If you don’t book your table in advance, you run the risk of missing out on your first choice. However, by using the Quandoo app, you can compare Coventry’s most popular restaurants and reserve your table without the fuss.