The Cliffe has just been completely re-furbished on the ground floor to provide areas, The Terrace Room or The Orangerie where food is served everyday for lunch or dinner. A modern British menu with flavours of the Mediterranean is complimented by a well-stocked wine cellar and a good range of local beers and ciders.
The Clive Restaurant; renowned for superb modern British cuisine and awarded two AA rosettes with entries in the Good Food Guide and the Michelin Guide. Emphasis is on the use of fresh locally sourced products. The Clive Bar, with adjoining courtyard provides a comfortable area for enjoying local traditional ales, a wide range of wines by the glass and light snacks.
The Bull Ring,
Variety of meals available in Housman Restaurant. Bar snacks, coffee and afternoon tea in Comus Bar. The Feathers Restaurant, situated in the original heart of the Jacobean building, has been tastefully refurbished. Open to residents and non-residents, the restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette.
127 Old Street,
Koo serves Japanese dishes in the traditional Japanese way. We think you will be delightfully surprised with the flavours, the variety and the presentation of our cuisine. Voted one of the top 10 Pan-Asian restaurants in the U.K. by The Times, also in the top ten for Healthy Food Restaurants also by The Times. Also featured in The Independent, The Guardian, Daily Express and The Telegraph Weekend.
Downton on the Rock,
Old Downton Lodge Restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday Evenings. The dining room is in its pomp when set out for a party of eighteen, but it is equally atmospheric when laid out with tables of two or four. It has the feel of a grand medieval hall. In fact, it was built around the time of the Norman conquest.
Old Hereford Road,
The pleasure lies in absorbing everyting around you, enjoy your meal, enjoy your wine, but most of all enjoy the Overton Grange Hotel.
2 Quality Square,
We specialise in Artisan pizzas, individually prepared using the finest fresh ingredients. We also have a selection of other dishes and a carefully chosen wine list. Enjoy an evening in our restaurant in the heart of historic Ludlow, open Wednesdays-Sundays 12.00-2.30pm, 6.00pm-9.30pm. Online Reservations can also be made through our website.
16th Century Inn - on the A4110, 15 mins south west of Ludlow. Fine cuisine, real ales, beautiful riverside spot. Together with 4 Star Accommodation, eat either in a lovely relaxed, informal environment of oak beams, stone, pine tables and a log fire. Service performed with a smile. Or eat outside at lunchtime by the river.
5 Church Street,
Restaurant and take-away. Regular menu includes pizza, pasta, children's and vegetarian options.
6 Tower Street,
Situated in the heart of Ludlow, Shropshire our restaurant offers a quality service with fresh locally sourced foods.
7 Corve Street,
"Our philosophy is simple; smile, buy great produce locally, cook it well and never say no!!"
13 King Street,
A family owned and run tea rooms with 2 floors serving a variety of high quality loose leaf teas from an extensive collection of fine vintage bone china.Come and join us for traditional afternoon tea or a toasted tea cake in the heart of the historical border market town of Ludlow, Shropshire.We also serve a selection of home baked cakes and freshly ground coffees. Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday - 09:00 to 17:00
3 Market Street,
Exquisite Thai food served in a relaxed atmosphere, a little piece of Thailand in Ludlow.
4 King Street,
Coffee, snacks and pastries. Outside seating area.Opening times:Monday to Saturday: 07.00 to 18.00Sunday: 09.00 to 17.00
Tesco, Station Drive,
Coffee, snacks and pastries. Outside seating area. Disabled Access. Baby changing facilities. Parking. Located within Tesco.Opening times:Monday to Saturday: 08.00 to 19.00Sunday: 09.30 to 15.30
Pastries, tapas, fresh tea & coffee
A sumptuous and elegant country house coupled with exceptionally well executed dishes from rising star Peter McGregor. His cooking is modern english with Italian influence. Booking recommended.
The highly-acclaimed restaurant of this lovely hotel which, with its orangery extension, offers magnificient views. Locally-sourced dishes and tasting menu providing contemporary British cooking. Ideal for private dining too. Recently awarded three rosettes with the AA.
50 Broad Street,
When in Ludlow why not visit the most exclusive Indian restaurant in Shropshire. Here we pride ourselves on the highest quality of food and service. Special 3 course lunch available weekdays.
4 Upper Galdeford,
Very well decorated and furnished, modern and comfortable take-away and seating area.
17 Corve Street,
The Parkway Restaurant, Tapas Wine Bar & Coffee House is a family run establishment, Situated in the medieval town of Ludlow in the heart of the gourmet capital of England. Parkway serves the best of authentic Spanish cuisine and good quality English food.
12 Castle Street,
Italian style food from this national chain, which is based in a Grade II listed building overlooking the market square.Opening times: Monday to Saturday 11.30 to 23.00, Sunday 11.30 to 22.00
8 Church Street,
A hidden gem approached through a cobbled courtyard between the market square and Saint Lawrence church, this traditional Inn is one of England's ancient public houses. Serving six real ales, good wine and a selection of gins. With good honest homemade food using local suppliers.
Nr Craven Arms,
Family run country pub with restaurant. Variety of home made dishes including local specialities. Brewery producing own real ale.
The Boot Inn,
The Boot Inn welcomes you to taste the best of Ludlow food and ales that Shropshire pubs have to offer. Treat your family to a traditional Shropshire Sunday lunch, or sample our locally sourced seasonal menus.
The Fish House is a fishmongers and oyster bar in the centre of Ludlow.
15 Tower Street,
Bistro and delicatessen with a French flavour.Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm. Lunch Service - Monday to Saturday 12pm-2.30pm. Evening Service - Wednesday to Saturday 6.30pm-9pm
2 Old Street,
A well-known focal point in Ludlow's thriving restaurant scene. The Olive Branch Restaurant and Coffee House offers, during the daytime, a counter service providing a deliciously wide range of snacks, drinks and full meals. In the evening the ambience of the restaurant is transformed into an intimate, candle-lit venue with full table service.
113 Lower Galdeford,
Family run pub and restaurant. Charming vaulted ceiling restaurant with views over Ludford. Large enclosed patio style garden. A choice of real ales and a varied menu using locally sourced ingredients.
Film Bar: Film, Food, beers, Wines and CocktailsAbove the The Blue Boar in Mill Street
A modern family friendly pub on the outskirts of Ludlow. Food served all day every day. Beer garden and childrens play area. Ample free parking.
The Unicorn is in the lower part of Corve Street, about 5 minutes walk from the town centre. Attractive timber-framed pub with riverside garden, real ales and food featuring local produce.
Contemporary cafe bar in the centre of historic Ludlow. Ego offers bistro style dining and drinking, high quality food with a wide range of wines and drinks. Open 11am to 10pm, 7 days a week
16th century Drovers Inn. Picturesque and tranquil setting by the River Teme. Modern english cuisine (classical undertones!) prepared by patron/masterchef Ken Adams. Full of charm and character the inn offers accommodation.
Lower Broad Street,
Located just through the Broad Gate at the bottom of Broad Street, the Wheatsheaf is a traditional, small olde-worlde pub with a cosy bar and a restaurant serving good pub food.
5 Broad Street,
Relax, have coffee, enjoy a drink, eat lunch or spend the evening experiencing our freshly prepared homemade Mediterranean cooking at one of our Wildwood Kitchen restaurants.We offer a wide selection of daily seasonal specials. We appeal to the whole family with our extensive kids' menu and our 'make your own' pizza mornings.
3 Fish Street,
A small cafe in the centre of Ludlow. It is staffed both by learning disabled members and by volunteers. This provides work, training, and social opportunities.In addition to tea, coffee and lunches, we sell kindling, local produce, handmade cards and gifts. Many of these are produced by our members and associates.