Wokingham is a pretty market town in Berkshire, less than 40 miles from London and a popular commuter location. It features attractive old buildings, historic buildings and gardens, green spaces and parks, sporting opportunities, theatres, retail and quality Wokingham restaurants from around the world. Enjoy the great outdoors at Wellington Country Park, see wildlife at Keephatch Park Nature Reserve, enjoy a swim at the Carnival Pool, enjoy great shopping in the historic market centre and visit Pinewood Miniature Railway with the kids. Then, after a fun day of activities, you'll also find excellent restaurants across Wokingham to explore.
The town's proximity to London makes it a popular commuter spot and there are excellent restaurants – both independent and chain venues – all across the town and surrounding areas. A good starting point is to take a wander through town along the main roads such as Denmark Street, Broad Street, Wellington Road and Peach Street. There are also Wokingham restaurants in the Bridge Retail Park and all around the regenerated town centre and market place. As well, head out to the surrounding villages of Aborfield, Barkham, California, Frogmore Green and Holyport to find excellent independent restaurants in Wokingham's wider area, with plenty of high-quality gastropubs and even the odd one featured in the Michelin guide.
You'll spot a broad range of cuisines on offer at Wokingham's diverse restaurants with Indian, Chinese and Italian all popular in town, and with great Argentinian steakhouses, traditional fish & chip shops, exciting gastropubs and vegetarian cafes all on offer as well. You can enjoy a classic cream tea in one of the stylish hotel restaurants, a delicious Asian feast in a buffet venue for lunch or a lavish tasting menu at one of Wokingham’s fine dining restaurants. The eateries here are welcoming, friendly, stylish and provide great food cooked by excellent chefs. They do get busy, however, so enjoy a hassle-free dining experience by reserving your table at any of Wokingham's restaurants beforehand with Quandoo.
What sort of dining experience are you hoping to enjoy when you dine out at Wokingham's restaurants? A cosy Brasserie can be a great spot for a romantic meal for two. Côte Brasserie is highly recommended by the Quandoo community and it offers delicious French classics such as steak tartare, steak frites and French apple tart. You'll find it in the town centre on Broad Street, and on a warm day, it's worth asking for a table on the outdoor terrace. If you're dining with family or friends, however, and looking for a sociable, relaxed space where you can chat and enjoy great food, then try the Xenuk Tandoori on Finchampstead Road – a Wokingham restaurant certainly worth making a fuss about. Quandoo diners have rated the extensive menu highly, along modern dining interior. Favourite dishes include the spicy king prawn nawabi and the rich chicken pistachio roasted with mild spices, yoghurt and cream.
The restaurants in Wokingham are ideally-located to enjoy an evening of entertainment and leisure. If you’re going to see a play at the town theatre you'll often find pre- and post-theatre menus on offer at the town centre restaurants in Wokingham, with two or three excellent courses that are served with one eye on the time. You'll also find Wokingham restaurants with damn good bars meaning you can combine dinner and drinks all under one roof should the famous Wokingham weather not hold out for you. Whichever restaurants in Wokingham you plan to visit, make sure you book ahead with Quandoo.