Kettering is a market town located roughly half an hour from Northampton town centre. Situated almost an equal distance between Corby, Wellingborough, and Market Harborough as well as being just off the A14, it’s a popular place for travellers to take a well-earned break and tourists to explore as well as offering a pleasant community for residents to enjoy.
Whether you’re staying for the weekend and visiting Wicksteed Park or Boughton House, or just passing by, the restaurants in Kettering are a welcome break from many of the chains that you find populating our city centres. Kettering offers a fantastic selection of independently owned and run restaurants from quaint cafes to traditional pubs and stylish eateries but if you don’t know the area you may find finding somewhere to eat that suits your needs a little tricky; this is where Go dine can make your life easier!
With our index of restaurants in Kettering you can find, book and save on your favourite restaurants or even discover a new one! Go dine is designed to let you browse menus and photos and read real diner reviews that reflect their experience at each venue. Once you have discovered a restaurant you like just book online for free and we’ll do the rest; even sending you text message or email confirmation so you can rest assured that your table will be waiting for you when you arrive. Don’t forget to let us know if it’s someone’s birthday or a special occasion or if you have any special requests, so we can make sure the restaurant knows what to do when you arrive.
There’s never been a better time to explore what Kettering has to offer but if it’s not quite what you were looking for, why not browse our other Northamptonshire pages that offer you the very best restaurants in Northampton town centre as well as Corby and Oundle.
Did you know? Wicksteed Park was the UK’s first ever Leisure Park opened in 1921. It’s still a popular family attraction today and was created as a result of Charles Wicksteed’s vision of creating safe, open parkland for local families so children didn’t have to play in the street.