Open Hours: Noon-11p M-Th, noon-midnight F & Sa, noon-10:30p Su
Located in a panoramic position on the upper floor of the Printworks, Riki Tiki Tavi is a unique chain of restaurants offering a taste of the ... More
Riki Tiki Tavi
Located in a panoramic position on the upper floor of the Printworks, Riki Tiki Tavi is a unique chain of restaurants offering a taste of the delicious street-food of the Far East. With a schizophrenic mixture of Indian, Chinese, Thai and Indonesian dishes available you can sample just about everything Asian cuisine has to offer. The restaurant itself is large, with a high ceiling covered in multi-coloured shutters and huge windows overlooking the rest of the complex. Starters include pot sticker dumplings at £3.50, or for mains you could have Thai green chicken curry at £7.50, there are also good desserts and exotic ice-cream flavours to enjoy. If you want a drink you can choose from classic beers such as Kirin and Tsing Tao or fresh fruit juices and even green tea.
Giulio's has been serving up fine, traditional Italian food for over twenty years in this large, distinctive white arched restaurant
located somewhat unusually in the heart of Chinatown. The atmosphere is warm and authentic, the menus are varied and ...
Slightly hidden away opposite St. Ann Street, The Grinch is a hugely popular cafe bar and restaurant with a spacious
al fresco dining area at the front. There is even a resident jazz and blues vocalist on Friday and ...
Built in 1552, this building was firstly the family home of John Byrom, and then it housed a variety of
businesses through the centuries before finally becoming a pub. More recently, it has been physically moved twice once to ...