Whether you’re looking for a restaurant in Durham City, the Vale of Durham, the Durham Dales or the Durham Coast you’re bound to find something to tempt your taste buds.
Visit The Duke Of Wellington in Durham for authentic British cooking and real ales in a genuine local pub warmed by a cosy fire.
The Brasserie offers a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy seasonal dishes served in imaginative ways. From the light and wholesome to the delicious and indulgent, our á la carte menu showcases an appreciation of flavours, flair and fun using the very best locally-sourced produce.
Adjoining brewery tap for Sonnet 43 brew House comprising a traditional bar with a gastro restaurant serving traditional British dishes with a modern twist.
Indian cuisine has been shaped over the centuries by many influences and each region offers a rich and diverse range styles and flavours. Spice Lounge has brought all those culinary delights from every corner of India.
The café offers a seasonal menu using ingredients that are mainly sourced from the local area. Our coffee is triple certified and our friendly staff are on hand to make you a delicious hot drink, sandwich or slice of cake to help you enjoy the stunning views of Durham Cathedral.
Our restaurant is open for lunch and dinner served from our extensive menu also offering a "happy hour" menu for lunch times and early evening.
Born out of our love of fine wines, classic beers, exquisite food and good music and entertainment, The Corner House has become the exclusive venue in Crook.
A cosy Dales Inn with beamed ceilings and log fires. Serving quality local produce and traditional cask ales. Set high in The North Pennines area of outstanding natural Beauty.
This former blacksmith’s forge in Seaton has serious food credentials. Serving its award-winning homemade pub food all day, every day, The Seaton Lane Inn is a foodie destination to beat a track to.
The Punch Bowl Inn is situated in the quiet village of Edmundbyers. All our food is home-made, on the premises and attracts regular trade from far and wide.
Unwind in the relaxed atmosphere of The Brasserie and indulge in light, wholesome and delicious food. The á la carte menu showcases an appreciation of fun, flair and flavours, using the very best locally-sourced and seasonal produce.
Located where A68 meets A688 makes it easy to find whilst travelling. Meals are freshly prepared from the menu or specials board and speciality coffees are available along with lagers, beers and real ales.
Brought to you by Michelin-starred executive chef, Richard Allen, The Orangery is all about bringing the outside in. Take a foodie journey across land and sea as you sample the delights of Richard’s tasting menus.
Rajpooth can be found on Claypath which is on the edge of the city centre. It has been the longest running Indian Restaurant since its opening and hosts many special occassions for long standing customers.
The Clubhouse offers a fantastic dining experience, with a friendly, relaxing atmosphere and views to the beautiful Rockliffe Hall golf course to enjoy.
A unique open plan modern dining area, serving classic British dishes, providing a taste of home comforts.
Casual Thai Asian Dining based on a fusion of authentic street and market fresh foods where most dishes can be converted and spice levels adjusted..