Today there are over 600 restaurants on the Go dine website and for those who have the time to browse each restaurant, this is brilliant news! For those of us who are a little busier, Go dine also offer quick and simple ways to refine your search, making finding, choosing and booking a restaurant a whole lot faster than it used to be. Being able to search by region, cuisine and even by things such as restaurants that use local produce makes life simpler, particularly for those who have fussy partners/families/friends! If you just want a good restaurant recommendation then look no further than the Go dine top rated restaurants.
On this page, a selection of five restaurants from each region; Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, Northampton, Leicester and Leeds, are showcased. Each of these restaurants offers something exceptional, whether it’s an offer, a venue or a stand-out dish and are definitely worth a visit, particularly if you have never been before.
First up is the historic British restaurant, the Boot Room Eaterie. Tucked away on Millstone Lane, the Boot Room first opened its doors to ravenous guests in 2009. In the two years that it has been open The Boot Room has firmly established itself in the heart of Leicester locals as a result of its friendly staff and exquisite food. The restaurant itself has kept many of the original features from when it was a working shoe and boot factory which helps to keep the history of the area alive. As well as being a stunning venue, their offers such as £9.95 for a main course at lunch or early evening make it fantastic value for money.
Next is Lebanese restaurant Cedar’s Lebanese. Located on Church Gate in the very heart of Leicester city centre, Cedars has been entertaining diners for years. Their delicious, authentic Lebanese menu is frequently complimented by live entertainment in the form of a belly dancer. The staff ensure that diners have a true Lebanese experience which is reinforced by the Sisha Garden at the front of the restaurant where diners can relax after their meal. With offers such as lunch and a glass of wine for £10.95 you have no reason not to visit!
Maiyango is a European restaurant in the heart of Leicester city centre. The venue is absolutely stunning and the décor includes secluded wooden booths in a palette of warm ochre and firey reds. The staff are incredibly polite and nothing is ever too much trouble for them. Maiyango is the perfect venue for a special occasion or romantic meal and for £16.50 for a two course lunch, we won’t tell if you don’t.
There are many Italian restaurants in and around Leicester but one that really stands out is San Carlo. The menu is exquisite and the architecture is breath-taking, with parasols inside and their very own fish bar it is easy to see why San Carlo is one of Leicester’s most popular restaurants. Diners can ever watch chefs trained by the famous Italian Chef Aldo Zilli toos freshly made pizza bases in the open kitchen. If you need a little more convincing, which we don’t think you do, then the 3 course evening menu for £29.95 per person will have you booking online in seconds.
Lastly, but by no means least, is The Steam Trumpet, a traditional British affair packed with character and history. The venue is named after a steam locomotive accident that occurred in Thornton but we can assure you that dining at The Steam Trumpet will not be a disaster. The menu showcases some of the best loved British dishes around as well as offering dishes with Thai and French influences. With a good selection of hand pulled real ales and a delicious menu, this restaurant has something for everyone. We highly recommend their £12, fish and chips for two offer.
After a whirlwind tour of the kind of restaurants Leicester has to offer, why not explore the rest? View Restaurants in Leicester.