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10 Restaurants in Ulverston

Discover the atmospheric restaurants of Ulverston

Ulverston is a historic market town in south Cumbria. Dating from the 11th century, the town prospered in the 1800s when a canal was built to connect with the coast, allowing for the export of copper, linen and slate. Today, tourists are attracted to the town for a number of reasons. These include walking the Cumbrian Way, which starts in the town, and visiting the world's only Laurel and Hardy museum, celebrating the fact that Stan Laurel was born in Ulverston. Restaurants in the town enjoy an atmospheric setting, with a maze of cobbled streets around the centre. Browse our selection of the best restaurants in Ulverston to find the perfect spot when you're next eating out.

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Naaz Indian Restaurant

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.4/625
Naaz Indian Restaurant

Virginia House

Whitehaven
British££££
6.0/61
Virginia House

Cafe Ambio - Lakeland Motor Museum

Backbarrow
Caf飣££
6.0/61
Cafe Ambio - Lakeland Motor Museum
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The Hot Mango Cafe

Town Centre
British££££
4.8/64
The Hot Mango Cafe

Cowshed - Liverpool

Ropewalks
Steakhouse££££
5.8/6834
Cowshed - Liverpool

Côte Manchester

City Centre
French££££
5.5/6946
Côte Manchester

George's Dining Room and Bar

Worsley
British££££
5.2/6833
George's Dining Room and Bar

Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Ropewalks
Spanish££££
5.3/6582
Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Côte Liverpool

City Centre
French££££
5.3/6803
Côte Liverpool

Bock Bière Café

City Centre
European££££
5.4/6469
Bock Bière Café
  1. 1.

    Look out for contemporary British cooking in Ulverston restaurants

    Cumbria has a fine tradition of producing excellent local ingredients and there are one or two restaurants in Ulverston that take British cooking to a new level, with just a hint of continental inspiration. Take Virginia House, for example. This handsome Victorian townhouse contains a gem of a restaurant (and a gin parlour) serving some delicious and innovative dishes. Highlights include a tortellini of Ravenglass crab and a main course of sautéed beetroot gnocchi.
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    Indulge in the fine Indian restaurants of Ulverston

    If your tastes are a little more exotic then you must try one of the superb Indian restaurants in Ulverston. Naaz Indian Restaurant on Queen Street, for example, does a fantastic range of Indian classics, with some properly made curries and tandoori specialities. There's also a welcome emphasis on seafood and the prawn jandani, cooked in the shell with green peppers, onions, chillies and a blend of spices is a bold and tasty standout.
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    Let Ulverston restaurants do the hard work

    Many of us enjoy cooking at home but sometimes it's just great to let someone else do all the hard work of prepping, cooking and clearing up. There are plenty of Ulverston restaurants where you can enjoy a casual meal on any day of the week, so there's no time like the present to book a table and take a welcome break from the kitchen. We have a good selection of restaurants in the Ulverston area, so take a look at the listings and read the customer reviews for some inspiration for your next meal out.