Chelmsford offers loads of excellent and different places to eat. You can choose from typical American fare, Asian food, Bistro’s, French, Italian, Spanish or even Japanese and Thai. And there are of course plenty of good ‘old English pubs, fast food joint and pizza restaurants.
There are also a couple of good seafood restaurants such as Hoyzen Oriental Seafood Grill and Loch Fyne.
The Loch Fyne restaurant in Chelmsford is part of a growing chain and hails from the west coast of Scotland original but have now become famous all across the UK for their seafood restaurants. Much of the ingredients served in the restaurant in Chelmsford still come from the Loch and delivered fresh to the restaurant. You can sample special Loch oysters or choose a set menu at lunch time or in the evening or pick from the a la carte menu.
The Zenxi Chinese restaurant offers something a little different with live soul music every Sunday, where as the Everest Ghurka offers a change from Indian but still a spicy delight. Pinchos Tapas bar offers good atmosphere and good Spanish food and also offers live music some evenings.
Or there are speciality restaurants like the Empire Palace and Russells. Russells on Bell Street in Chelmsford offers English and French cuisine and is perfect for that special occasion. Prices might be a little on the steep side the decor and food makes up for that.
If you fancy afternoon tea and cake then the Paper Mill Lock restaurant at Little Baddow, near Chelmsford offers a vista overlooking the canal and boats and is a fantastic end to a walk along the waterway. Or the Little Cafe and Coffee shop in Chelmsford itself is also a good bet for a quick cup of tea or coffee and a slice of cake.
If you are considering a night out in Chelmsford and want to have a few drinks and so might need help from Chelmsford Taxis then there are a number of local firms that can help you.