Named the ‘Best Place to Live in the North West of England‘ by The Sunday Times in 2021, the last decade has seen Altrincham become a blueprint for the regeneration of towns, a destination described as “suburbia meets utopia“.
The market town saw a massive effort back in 2014 to turn the tide of decline, from a high street with the highest vacancy rate in the UK, to a bustling area filled with exciting independents in just a few years. Many attribute this to the Market, but there are a whole host of things that went right that reversed the decline into prosperity.
The town has become a bonafide foodie destination in those subsequent years, with everything from exquisite brunch, famous pasta dishes and the very freshest sushi served out of a 1950s airstream trailer. Altrincham is and always will be well worth a visit for any self-respecting lover of food…
Authentic Italian eatery serving up award-winning pizza and the flavours of the region of Campania
Tapas bar with fervent fan base and small but spotless tapas menu.
A snug spot for adventurous Syrian and Lebanese fare.
Experience the essence of Japan with freshly made sushi at Asuke Sushi
Authentic Thai cuisine
The Con Club
Neighbourhood pasta joint serving simple in-house made rigatoni with unique toppings.
Cornerstone of Altrincham’s food scene, serving award-winning sourdough pizzas, pies, and meats in a bustling market setting.
Pan Asian street food and sushi
Nahmprik Thai Cuisine
Thai beloved by locals with extensive menu of classic dishes, with standout vegan and gluten-free options.