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Bread, still warm, made with flour from a watermill a few miles away in the Shropshire countryside. Decadent dining in restaurant rooms that pre-date the Wars of the Roses.

Cobbled streets packed with quirky places to eat, cool cafés and one-off delis. Bars and restaurants that you’ll be happy to head to for classic cocktails and the best beers. You’ll find all you’re after in Shrewsbury.

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Waterfront

Waterfront Bar is a restaurant and bar serving sweet tunes with a side of delicious food.

Number Four

Number Four is a cafe and bistro in the heart of Shrewsbury.

Visit their website for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner menus, along with their coffee/cake and bar menu. 

Frankie's Cafe

Located in the Darwin Shopping Centre, Frankie's Cafe is more than just a sandwich shop.

Dough & Oil

Co-founders Aaron Brown and Vivek Bhatia had a vision to bring an urban, casual dining experience to Shrewsbury.

Camellias Tea Rooms

Camellias Tea Rooms has established itself as one of the most successful tea rooms in Shrewsbury, with a reputation for providing a calm and hospitable environment to relax, and

Riverbank Bar and Kitchen and NY Lounge

Riverbank is a restaurant and riverside lounge bar, which takes inspiration from the stylish charm of a classic Italian Ristorante.

St Nicholas Shrewsbury

Situated within a converted old church, St Nicholas is home to a bar and grill on the ground floor, five luxury boutique hotel rooms, along with a cafe and bar and on the top fl

House of Grain

House of Grain was born from cherry picking the things we love. Good food, good beer and great music.

The Loggerheads

The Loggerheads is a traditional beer house, selling good food and real ale.

Henry Tudor House

Henry Tudor House is a restaurant and bar located in one of the most historic half-timbered buildings in Shrewsbury, believed to be the place where a beleaguered Henry Tudor sou

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