A place for beers, burgers and brunching, BrewDog is one of Reading's top places to eat. Head over to Castle Street where this hop-mad bar will have you sorted for tasty buns, classic brunch dishes and all you can eat wings every Wednesday, alongside a tap list that will keep you there long after the plates have been cleared.
Restaurants In Reading
From classic burger joints to places where you can feast on the finest Pan-Asian flavours, this city is fit to bursting with a international selection of great eateries. With a host of fabulous eateries for your date nights, group get-togethers and post-shopping pit-stops, we've done a round up of the very best restaurants in Reading so you know where to go to switch up that eating regime.
Offering everything from hearty burgers to twee afternoon teas, the Slug & Lettuce is a city mainstay that serves up delicious plates of food every day of the week. Head in for their seasonal salads, vegan curries and classic British dishes, but stay for the two-for-one cocktails.
Specialising in Vietnamese pho, this King's Walk eatery is one of a kind in that a quarter of its dishes are vegan and almost all are gluten free. Dig into some moreish plates of delicious curry, salads and their trademark noodle soups, washed down with signature cocktails or a fresh fruit juice.
A bustling burger joint in the heart of the city, Honest Burgers have made their name by churning out some of the best patties in Reading. Alongside their regular selection of juicy buns and sides, you can also find their Reading special that sees moist jerk chicken thigh paired with bacon, cheese, mango slaw and Calypso Fusion sauce.
Head over to Bridge Street where this fun Reading restaurant is promising some incredible pints and a top-notch pizza selection. On warmer days, they're a prime spot for an alfresco lunch or dinner, with not one, but two gorgeous outdoor areas to enjoy.
When it comes to getting your fill of classic comfort eats, there's no better spot than the Three Guineas. Home to pies, burgers, all-day breakfasts and fish and chips, they're doing all those traditional dishes with finesse, and pairing them with a slap-up selection of ales and ciders to boot.
Sitting right on the river, this chic and relaxed brasserie is an excellent shout if you're looking for good food and a great atmosphere in the city. Fronting a hearty selection of classic British dishes Browns are offering diners a menu bustling with fresh seafood plates and tasty brunch dishes, served within their foliage-decked dining area, or on their waterfront terrace.
While they might be known primarily for their expert mixology, Coconut Bar & Kitchen have more than a little cooking nous under their belts as well. With a slick menu of Pan-Asian cuisine to explore, you can match those crafty cocktails with bibimbap, nasi goreng, katsu curry and Malaysian noodles.