Places to Eat in Southend
It’s Southend’s most popular cafe. Actually it’s the most popular cafe in Essex. Full of rustic seaside charm, but not cheap, nor nasty, it’s bright and cheerful with fab food and good service. Whether breakfast, lunch or dinner you can’t go wrong here. And plenty of happy people will agree with us.
15 Palmeira Parade, Westcliff on Sea
Pipe of Port
Part trendy wine bar, part bistro and fancy beach cafe is how we’d define Ocean Beach. It’s right on the pebble beach of the Eastern Esplanade and boasts gorgeous views over the sea and estuary. There’s a huge glass terrace, with sliding roof. It’s perfect for family brunch, or a stop-off on your day out. We’re fans.
Middle Eastern flavours, Southend sparkle at Leigh-on-Sea’s most glam venue. As well as the restaurant, there’s a cocktail lounge, complete with ultra glam decor. We love Bring Your Own Bubbles on Wednesdays and Oysters and Champagne at lunchtimes. A huge hit with locals, you can even join the Gold Club. Towie us up!
The Ridgeway, Leigh on Sea
Roslin Beach Hotel
Roslin Beach Hotel is a 4-star boutique hotel situated in the heart of Thorpe Bay. You don’t have to stay there to enjoy the food in their restaurant, or their lovely afternoon tea. With amazing views across the Thames Estuary and delicious cocktails.
Park Inn by Radisson
The Park Inn by Radisson Palace sits proudly in the heart of the Southend seafront. The classic seaside hotel is now part of the Radisson group and the RBG Bar & Grill serves typical hotel bistro style food.
Church Rd, Southend-On-Sea