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 many cafés around the city and district, including many independent businesses, offering a tempting range of cakes and treats.
Prime Steak & Grill St Albans is situated in London Road just outside the city centre and across the road from the amazingly popular fully restored art deco Cinema named the Odyssey.
Nestled in the heart of St Alban’s, you can find us a short 10-minute walk from The Cathedral & Abbey of Saint Alban’s and a 5-minute walk from the St. Alban’s Clock Tower. Our pub welcomes you with an open kitchen, serving brunch, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week and classic roasts on Sundays.
Our Italian desserts are a delightful blend of simplicity and sophistication, with classics like Tiramisu, Cassata Siciliana and our delicious ice cream. Italy's sweet creations are a culinary treasure.
An exceptional local in every sense, the newly refurbished Harpenden Arms boasts a commanding spot right on the high street on the edge of Harpenden Common. Expect to find a great range of Fuller's ales, speciality wines, cocktails and craft beers.
Welcome to The Waffle House, located within the 16th Century, Grade II listed Kingsbury watermill overlooking the River Ver in the tranquil Conservation Area of St Albans. A family business since 1978, we specialise in sweet and savoury Belgian waffles individually cooked to order with many organic and free-range ingredients.