you fancy sizzling fajitas, spicy Thai curry or Japanese
sushi, there’s a restaurant in Durham that’s
bound to give your taste buds a treat.
For starters, the city has a huge array of Italian
restaurants, so if you like pizza, pasta and bolognese
you’ll never go hungry in Durham.
Among the best are Romeo [map] and Emilio's [map],
which are both situated on Elvet Bridge, and La Spaghettata
[map] and Mambo [map],
which are located on Saddler Street.
There is also a good choice of Indian restaurants,
including the Rajpooth [map] on Claypath where
Prime Minister Tony Blair has been known to pop in for
Other eateries in the city centre offering Indian cuisine
are Shaheen’s [map], which is popular
with students, and the long-established Capital [map].
For Mexican you want to get along to Rock ‘n’
Amigos [map] on Claypath, a fantastic little restaurant with a buzzing
atmosphere, very friendly staff and delicious fajitas,
ribs and the speciality chicken nachos.
There are plenty of Chinese restaurants dotted
around the city centre, such as China Joe’s [map],
but for a taste of the Orient why not head to the Durham’s
only Thai restaurant, Numjai’s [map].
Located on Millburngate overlooking the river and the
cathedral this eatery brings the finest selection of Thai
and Japanese cuisine to the city.
You can also enjoy Japanese food at Sakura [map] on Crossgate, which serves a good selection of dishes from
sushi to nikujaga.
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