Restaurants in Southport
Eating out is something that has become a very social part of our culture.
It is a chance to catch up with friends, try different cuisines and spend time with the family.
Local fresh produce on your plate
And if you like to eat food sourced locally, Southport restaurants pride themselves on providing the freshest ingredients, with 70% of the food they serve being produced freshly using as many locally sourced ingredients as possible and purchased from local food markets and shopping areas.
From traditional British cuisines, to a taste of the Mediterranean, American and Asian, the choice of restaurants in Southport is outstanding!
Quality in dining is of most importance, not only in the food and kitchen but also in the service.
Nearly all Southport restaurants are part of the Southport Restaurateurs Association and it is their promise that they offer their customers the freshest food, in comfortable surroundings, with exceptional service.
If you're looking for value for money the Restaurateurs Association are proud to offer value for money as well as great quality.
They regularly have lunchtime, teatime and themed menus and run seasonal promotions throughout the year on our special offers section.
Bags of talent
With so many restaurants in the town, Southport has bags of talented chefs, and you can usually find them showcasing their skills at the Southport Food and Drink Festival.
Famous double Michelin-starred Chef Marcus Wareing, now judge on 'MasterChef: The Professionals', is also from Southport.
Who knows what culinary talent will come out of Southport in the future!
Download our guide
When deciding on which of the Southport restaurants you want to visit, all you need to do is look for the Southport Restaurateurs logo and you will be guaranteed quality food and excellent service.
Why not download our handy Eating Out Guide, that way you can browse through the different restaurants at your own pace?
So what are you waiting for?
With so many quality food and drink establishments in Southport, you wont be able to try them all out in one day, never mind all the other things to do such as attractions and events to visit, so why not make it a short break, weekend or holiday?
Getting started is easy, simply browse our various accommodation categories and choose from our wide range of quality hotels, bed and breakfasts or self-catering properties, based on your needs and budget!
Once you have your accommodation booked, we recommend taking a look at our travel information pages where you can find the latest information on bus and coach travel, train information and car parking locations.
Last but not least, no trip to Southport would be complete withour a trip down the pier, a walk along the beach, a visit to the theatre and if you are a keen golfer, a round of golf at one of the many excellent golf courses in the local area.
The Embassy is Southport's longest established fish & chip restaurant and is located...
Traditional pub decorated in the style of a Baronial Hall with an excellent...
The Forge Brasserie is on Queen Anne Street, close to the town centre.
Lings on Kings is a modern Chinese restaurant specialising in Chinese banquets.