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Occupying an enviable position opposite Blackpool Promenade, on the top floor of a casino and inside a theme park, the 360-degree views at White Tower Restaurant (Blackpool Pleasure Beach) sure take some beating. The menu is something of a star attraction too, and includes local ingredients such as Bowland lamb and Lancashire cheese.
Based inside the Blackpool FC hotel, Rowley’s (Bloomfield Road) has won accolades for its big, bold flavours and creative yet unpretentious dishes. Enjoy splendid views of the stadium as you tuck into the ‘Best of British’ menu, which features classics such as Lancashire hotpot and steamed suet steak pudding.
For a truly decadent experience, why not treat yourself to afternoon tea at Blackpool Tower Ballroom (Blackpool Promenade)? It’s a very elegant venue to enjoy a glass of bubbly.
If you are wondering where to eat in Blackpool without breaking the bank, fear not. You’ll find plenty of cheap, unpretentious food to fill up on at Blackpool’s family-friendly cafes and traditional eateries.
The Cottage (31 Newhouse Road) has earned a reputation for serving up Blackpool’s best fish and chips. The secret? Crisp golden chips fried to perfection (made from Lancashire potatoes, of course) and fresh fish sourced daily from the fish market in Fleetwood. As for dessert, Notarianni (9-11 Waterloo Road) is a family-run Italian ice cream parlour that’s only ever served one flavour since first opening in 1928 – good old-fashioned vanilla. As the old saying goes: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!
Of course, dining in Blackpool isn’t just about the home-grown stuff. You’ll find authentic Chinese cooking at Michael Wan’s Mandarin (27 Clifton Street), a favourite among Blackpool’s restaurants that’s been perfecting the likes of crispy duck pancakes, delicate dumplings and fiery Szechuan dishes for more than 55 years.
And while Kwizeen (47-49 King Street) is certainly big on local ingredients, you’ll find that the Catalan chefs there like to spice things up with some surprising Mediterranean flavours.