Eat and Drink in St Albans
St. Albans area embraces good food and drink, with a host of eateries offering food from every corner of the globe. It has a vast range of restaurants to suit every taste and budget. From AA Rosette and Good Food Guide listed restaurants, to small, cosy restaurants tucked away from the bustling main areas. As well as Modern British food, everyone can enjoy cuisine from around the world - French, Greek, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Moroccan, Japanese, Lebanese and more. There are dozens of cafés around the city and district, including many independent businesses, offering a tempting range of cakes and treats. Anyone can take a break from shopping or sightseeing to enjoy a delicious lunch, aromatic coffee or indulgent hot chocolate. It is also the home of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale and has many "real ale" pubs, including ancient hostelries, and holds a major a beer festival each year.
Prime Steak & Grill in St Albans is situated in London Road just outside the city centre and across the road from the recently restored and re-opened art deco Odyssey Cinema. Exposed brick, wood, ironwork and antique mirror enhance your dining experience. Our two bars feature a large choice of spirits and liqueurs along with a carefully selected cocktail and wine list.
A French restaurant serving a delicious all-day menu of classic French dishes with a contemporary twist. From steak frites and boeuf bourguignon to a selection of croques, baguettes, salads and more - whatever the time of day, we have a dish to suit your mood
La Cosa Nostra is a family-run local restaurant which has served up delicious authentic Italian food in St Albans for 25 years. Situated a short stroll from both St Albans city centre and the main train station, La Cosa Nostra is ideally located for a quick bite at lunchtime as well as a cosy dinner out.
A beautifully restored Hertfordshire dining pub, The Harpenden Arms provides the perfect place to dine, drink and relax. Enjoy exceptional ales, craft beer and fresh, best-of-British food, plus great views over Harpenden Common from our airy, light Orangery.
Everyone is welcome to The Waffle House St Albans, located within a working 16th century watermill overlooking the river Ver. A family business since 1978, they specialise in sweet and savoury Belgian waffles individually cooked to order and using many organic and free-range ingredients.