Restaurants in Watford
Watford welcomes you with its’ great variety of restaurants. Watford and the surrounding area have always been a haven for good food and fine drink. Ancient beamed gastropubs, craft beer festivals and fresh local produce abound.
The largest town in Hertfordshire and only a 20 minute train ride into Euston, Watford has long been considered as the last stop before the North by Londoners. A bustling British town, not only is Watford home to top sporting clubs such as the Saracens Rugby Club and Watford Football Club, it also houses a good selection of restaurants, shops and cafes.
The focal point of Watford is the massive Harlequin Centre, home to over 140 stores and a large array of restaurants whilst Watford Market is just next door. The Parade is at the heart of Watford nightlife, featuring a host of restaurants, pubs and clubs. A typical British town, expect all the usual suspects as far as dining is concerned, although there are a smattering of independent eateries to be found in Watford too.
Light and airy during the day, Bill’s Watford restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between, and has a mix of quiet booths and sharing tables. In the evening, we turn down the lights, light the candles and let the candelabras twinkle.
New Imperial is a Chinese takeaway in Watford. Why don't you try our Stir Fried Pork with Mushroom or Bean Curd with Baby Corn
With our distinctive wooden exterior, the Rising Sun in Watford is close to the landmark Grand Union Canal, Cassiobury Park, Watford Colosseum & the Watford Palace Theatre, & has excellent travel links into London on the train & Tube. Our menu of freshly cooked pub classics, at great value prices, is a real crowd pleaser - we really do have something for everyone on our extensive menu! We hope to see you soon!