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Drapers Hall Restaurant

Our Elizabethan timber framed restaurant has a reputation as one of Shrewsbury’s finest establishments with a history dating back to 1400AD. You can expect award winning fine dining with the highest quality of food and service.
We offer a gourmet a la carte menu with English and French influences, complemented by a carefully selected wine list. Our new brasserie menu offers an extensive range of light lunches and dinners appealing to range of age groups with varied budgets.
We also cater for larger parties including weddings, birthday parties, christenings, anniversaries and business functions. Our smaller private dining room is perfect for parties or conferences of up to 30 guests.
This year, 2008, we will have ensuite guest rooms which will be available to reserve shortly.
Address: 10 St Marys Place
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01743.344679
Site: www.drapershallrestaurant.co.uk
Cuisines: European


Renaissance Restaurant
The elegant Georgian dining rooms of the Renaissance Restaurant suit all sojourns, from a morning’s coffee to a pre-show meal before a trip to the nearby Music Hall or Market Hall cinema, just right. On offer at the Renaissance is a quiet, relaxed and elegant form of dining on classic British cuisine, as the restaurant presents to you a true taste of Shropshire, given that all food is either locally sourced or, in the case of the summer crop of vegetables like runner beans and new potatoes, taken right out of the restaurant’s own garden. Stephen and Julie Lake, owners for the past eight years, offer lovingly created traditional dishes with a modern edge, delivered in a charming, graceful atmosphere.
Address: 29A Princess Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines:


Cornhouse Restaurant
The Cornhouse is a charming, atmospheric restaurant located in a Grade II listed building on Wyle Cop in Shrewsbury. The warm and friendly ambience is reflected in the décor, and the dining room has a delightful open fire, exposed brick walls and charismatic historic fixtures. The Cornhouse is a popular venue for cosy brunches, Sunday lunches and romantic evening meals, and the traditional Mediterranean/English menu includes signature dishes such as the lamb chump with black pudding and rosemary crumble and redcurrant jus; grilled mackerel on potato and crème fraiche salad with crostini; and the roasted fig and Roquefort salad with a balsamic and vanilla reduction. The Cornhouse also has a lovely wine bar ideal for pre/post dinner drinks.
Address: 59a Wyle cop
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other