Review Summary

8 based on 1 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Simply stunning. Booked a table here to surprise my wife and she loved it! In the good books now. If you can, get seated on the second level, the views across the restaurant are amazing.

Mon:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Tue:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Wed:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Thu:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Fri:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Sat:
12pm-Late (last orders 10pm)
Sun:
Closed
  • Ranked #31 of 109
  • Avg. main course: £15
  • 0.47 miles from Northampton
  • British

We say…

One of the oldest secular buildings in Northampton was transformed into Northampton’s most stunning bar and restaurants. Situated on Bridge, it is no more than a five minute walk from the very centre of Northampton town and is in close proximity to other dining venues such as The Royal Bengal, The White Orchid Thai and Sophia’s.

The Church restaurant Northampton is steeped in history and dates back to 1138 when the building was used as a guest house and hospice, a burial ground for soldiers and then Northampton’s first railway station. From the outside it looks like a functioning church, but step inside and you are transported into a whole new world. The restaurant has ornate décor and high ceilings which fills the restaurant with light in the day time and romantic in the evening, making it the ideal venue for anything from a quick bite at lunch or an intimate dinner for two. There are two additional spaces, adding extra dimensions to this gorgeous venue; a mezzanine floor which gives diners the best view of the entire venue, and The Chapel Bar and Terrace, a chic and modern place to relax and enjoy a quiet drink.

The menu is classically British and features seasonal ingredients and punchy flavours for a very reasonable price considering the beauty of the venue. You can expect to find dishes such as Chicken and Duck liver parfait served with spiced orange and beetroot chutney, and Potted Crab in a lightly spiced butter with toasted French bread for starters. These will delight your taste buds and get you warmed up for the show stopping mains. Seared duck breast with pearl barley risotto, lime, spring onions, ginger and chilli Thai noodles and Steak Frites cooked medium and served with fries, grilled tomato and garlic butter are just a couple of examples of the food on offer. There are a few vegetarian options available also.

The Church Restaurant is a breath-taking venue serving delectable food and a visit, whether you are local or not, is highly recommended. Make a memory at The Church.





last updated: 30 Oct 2017





last updated: 30 Oct 2017



last updated: 30 Oct 2017



last updated: 30 Oct 2017



last updated: 30 Oct 2017
67-83 Bridge Street, Northampton, NN1 1PD
01604 603 800