Pubs, bars and restaurants

Pubs, bars and restaurants

Streets of Shrewsbury

You are spoilt for choice and all on your doorstep! Forget your car and walk around the town to find somewhere to eat.

There are two small pubs serving real ales on Swan Hill, for a quiet drink in your immediate locality. Both are in historic buildings with lots of atmosphere.

The Coach and Horses has a restaurant serving good pub grub at a reasonable price with a carvery for Sunday lunch. The Admiral Benbow is full of real ales, very friendly and welcoming with a lovely beer garden for warm evenings.

Other interesting town centre pubs are The Wheatsheaf on High Street and The Three Fishes on Fish Street.

There is lots of information on this website.

We can recommend places for you to visit but to give you a taste the following are within a few minutes walk of the apartment.

Loch Fyne Restaurant
Golden Cross Hotel
Number 4 Butcher Row
La Dolce Vita
Henry Tudor House
House of the Rising Sun

The Loopy Shrew

C Sons
Cote Brasserie
Morgans Bar at The Exchange Hotel
Casa Naranjo Tapas Bar
Osteria Da Paolo
Bistro Jacques
The Lion Hotel
The Lion & Pheasant Hotel
House of Grain
Darwin’s Kitchen
Cromwells Bar & Restaurant
Drapers Hall Restaurant
The Armoury
La Lanterna Italian Restaurant
Renaissance Restaurant
Ask Italian Restaurant
Pizza Express
Royal Siam Thai Restaurant
Castle Thai Restaurant

Café Saffron*
The Curry House*
*These have takeaway facilities and we have put their menus in the information folder in the apartment.
The Town Fryer, Claremont Street – fish and chip shop
The Drayton, Shoplatch – fish and chip shop


Slightly further away –  10 to 15 minute walk – and well worth it:

Istanbul Restaurant, Frankwell
The Peach Tree Restaurant, Abbey Foregate
Momo-no-ki, ramen noodle bar, Abbey Foregate
Havana Republic, Abbey Foregate

And then there are lots of lovely places a few miles away  – ask when you get here but we recommend you stay in Shrewsbury town centre and enjoy what is on your doorstep.


Day time cafes

There are lots of lovely day time only cafes in the town centre, these are our personal favourites:

Ginger & Co

Stop in the museum, The Square
The Good Life Wholefood Restaurant, Barracks Passage, Off Wyle Cop
The Galley, Princess Street
Number 4 Butcher Row (open on Friday and Saturday evenings)
Libertine, Butcher Row (cocktail bar in the evening)
The Old Market Hall Cafe, The Square

Camellias Tea Rooms, St Alkmunds Square

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