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Somewhere to eat

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Somewhere to eat

Does anyone know of any decent restaurants in or near to Burnley that is not either a Harvester/Brewers Fayre type of place or a Chinese or Indian

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lancs
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1. Re: Somewhere to eat

My last 3 meals out have been at Zio italian restaurant in Barrowford, will you be driving or staying over in Burnley

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2. Re: Somewhere to eat

Pretty much your only choice is Aldos Italian restaurant in the centre of Bunrley, which is excellent:

http://www.aldos-ristorante.co.uk/

There is Shalpa Indian restaurant on Barden Lane which is also excellent, but it's about a mile from the centre of town. There's also Shimla Spice and Aroma, both Indians near to Aldos, but they are considerably more expensive than Shalpa.

Otherwise, the only non-Indian places to eat in Burnley are the pubs and fast-food joints.

Edited: 08 September 2015, 07:20
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3. Re: Somewhere to eat

Try the Fence Gate Inn just outside Burnley, thats excellent food, independent and healthy. Nearby that, is a safe/farmhouse type affair called 'Roaming Roosters'. There is also Nino's in Cliviger (used to be the Fighting Cocks) or The Kettledrum next door. If you do your research, or ask a non-miserable local (pretty hard to find) there are some great places to eat in and around Burnley.

The Ram Inn is another local favourite (also in Cliviger).

Burnley
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4. Re: Somewhere to eat

New bistro near also called loom makers was nice. Bistro 197 always excellent too

Burnley
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5. Re: Somewhere to eat

Bertrams restaurant at Crow Wood is very good, the menu is varied and I have always had good food in a lovely relaxing atmosphere. The evening is the best time to go as its used for spa guests during the day and there are a lot of people sat around in dressing gowns, which can be off putting if you are having a meal.

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