Nibsy's is Reading's first coffee shop to provide exclusively gluten-free food - cakes, sandwiches, quiche, wraps and salads, plus other occasional treats - eat in or take away. They do awesome coffee too.
A stalwart of Reading’s independent coffee scene. Wide choice of beans bought direct from coffee farmers and scrumptious cakes to accompany.
Totally independent, Picnic offers coffee and cakes, fresh salads and sandwiches every day and gallery space for local arts.
A Reading institution, Sweeney and Todd is famous for award-winning pies. Established over 30 years, there are always over 20 different pies on the menu, including Stalwarts such as steak and oyster as well as seasonal pies. Eat in or take away.
The ‘Turtle’ celebrated 25 years in 2015 and is associated with Reading’s music scene past and present. Having had a £1 million refurbishment, it now also boasts a fabulous garden and cellar bar.
Café by day, wine bar by night, Artigiano is stylish new establishment in Reading town centre. Look out for live music on Thursday evenings.
Independent sandwich and coffee & tea shop serving the people of Reading a really good lunch since 2012! It shares the premises with Milk (upstairs) offering a superb range of bespoke cocktails, a huge selection of the world’s finest rum as well as live music and comedy nights.
With a passion for Real American BBQ, they take British meats and cook them the true American way-it takes nearly 48 hours to perfect their smoked meat cuts on site in the imported hardwood burning smokers.
Up to 20 stalls serving street food form around the world every Friday in Market Place
Wine and charcuterie. Buy a bottle of your favourite tipple to take home or sit in with a glass and nibbles.
An Argentinian meat feast with outside dining along the Holy Brook
Set in a former biscuit factory, Bel & The Dragonis located on the waterfront of the Kennet & Avon Canal a short distance from the centre of the town. The unique building has been lovingly refurbished to house a vibrant & atmospheric restaurant and bar. The boardwalk and dining riverboat, The Majestic Bel, also provide an ideal waterside setting for alfresco & private dining.
Following a refurbishment, the Mal Brasserie has re-opened in the stylish former railway hotel.
Be At One Reading is a fantastic space set over two floors which lends itself extremely well to relaxed midweek cocktails and all out parties on the weekend.
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