There are some fantastic restaurants and pubs in Basingstoke serving up food from around the world. We gather a number of the simplest.
Festival Street Kitchen
This Festival Square eatery may be a must-visit if you’re passing at lunchtime. Street food has been revived across the country over recent years and Festival Street Kitchen roll in the hay brilliantly. Expect to ascertain burritos, burgers, and a spread of Tex-Mex selections.
Tang Chinese Restaurant
Expect a warm welcome and excellent Chinese cuisine at this Winchester Street restaurant. There are six set menus starting from £12.80 to £34.80 per person. Also, enjoy some mouth-watering starters – from fresh lobster to Mongolian Aromatic Lamb – and main courses like sizzling mini fillet of steak and Cantonese roast duck.
The Bolton Arms
Another trip to Old Basing now, this point to The Bolton Arms pub, a quintessentially English pub serving good wine and beer and a few honest grubs. you would possibly see pan-fried sea bream, calves’ liver, lamb cutlets, and steak and chips on the extensive menu.
Head to the present converted mill and feast on delights like the fish of the day with chips, honey glazed ham, pie of the day, or a beef burger with Dorset Blue Vinney.
The Lime Leaf
If Thai is your attend, The Lime Leaf on London Street is well worth a visit (the Thailand Olympic cycling team certainly thought so as they visited in 2012). Expect authentic cuisine on the menu, with everything from grilled prawns and Thai fish cakes to soup and green curry.
Coal Grill & Bar
Offering a good range of dishes, Coal is a perfect spot for a family meal out. The a la carte menu features starters like bread, nachos, and chicken skewers. The main courses range from grilled chicken thighs and steaks to burgers and ribs.
We’ve covered Chinese and Thai cuisine during this gather already, so for fans of Indian food, Spicy Tadka at Festival Place is that the restaurant to go to. The extensive menu features North Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.
The Sushi Maki
If you’re within the mood for a few Japanese foods, this multi-award-winning restaurant (they even have a branch in Newbury) really may be a must-visit. also as all the delights on the menu, they also offer a lunch box deduct service from £5.
The Olive House
Specializing in Turkish and Mediterranean food, The Olive home is a stunning place to prevent by for lunch or dinner. The menu is full of grilled dishes, kebabs, house specials (the halloumi burger looks amazing), and salads.
It may be an outsized chain, but South American spot Las Iguanas is well-deserving of a spot on our gather. Food is served at brunch, lunch, and dinner with an enormous sort of tapas and regular dishes on offer. Make an evening of it and luxuriate in 2 for 1 cocktails.