Restaurants you should try in Burton and Swadlincote in 2022 – Staffordshire Live

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Sometimes nothing beats going out for a nice meal with good company – and we all have our favourite places to go to.
In Burton and South Derbyshire, we are lucky to have so many restaurants to choose from, offering a variety of different types of food.
It's easy to stick to your favourite places time and again, but why not make 2022 the year that you try out somewhere new – or even work your way through our list?
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Maybe there is somewhere you have been meaning to try, but just not got round to it – make this year the one to finally make that booking.
We have listed some of the restaurants across Burton and South Derbyshire that are proving popular and worth a try. Let us know if we have missed off your favourite.
There are also plenty of pubs offering mouth-watering menus across the area, but there are so many that we have stuck to restaurants on this list. Here are some of the top restaurants, covering everything from Michelin Guide greatness to satisfying all-you-can-eat goodness.
Where: Station Street, Burton
First opened in 2002, the restaurant is well-known in the town for its food and cocktails.
The website states: "The Dial combines great food, extensive wine and spirit menus, phenomenal cocktails, superb service and relaxing environment to give you that 'out of town' experience."
Where: Station Street, Burton
The family-run business opened in 2008 and has been busy since.
The website states: "The seasonally accurate menu is built around great ingredients sourced from enthusiastic local suppliers. Our philosophy is about using the best produce we can obtain to create every dish from scratch. You will not need to guess what has gone into each dish as we can tell you. Great, British food."
Where: High Street, Burton
This building has a long history in the town and has had different names over the years but is remembered by many as the Blue Posts.
The Crossing has been a hit since it first opened with drinkers and diners alike.
The website states: "Dine cosily within our eclectic decor-fusion of vintage neon lighting, imported Japanese wallpapers and Victorian taxidermy, or enjoy wonderful drinks and bar foods with friends and family within our large bar area accommodating the real ale aficionados of north Staffordshire. As depicted in the LS Lowry painting Level Crossing, our sympathetic restoration of this historic establishment has something for everyone."
Where: Main Street, Branston
The Old Vicarage is described as a fine dining restaurant serving fine English cuisine with a twist of France.
The website states: "We focus on traditional quality, serving only the very best ingredients from Staffordshire and Derbyshire, which we cook to serve alongside ingredients and accompanying wines from across France, Europe and the world."
Where: Manor Drive, Burton
The Winery building is iconic in the town and is known for its views across the Trent, with the restaurant known for its quality food and wines.
The website states: "Located in one of the oldest buildings in the town (on the site of the historic 13th century Burton Abbey), this iconic and award-winning restaurant is set in stunning grounds overlooking the River Trent."
Where: Station Street, Burton
The Italian restaurant is based at the former Sheffield Cycles store in the town.
The website states: "Fresh Italian food in the centre of Burton upon Trent. Come along and give your palate a treat
"Welcome to the perfect place for Italian food and bar in the heart of Burton."
Where: West Street, Swadlincote
New to Swadlincote, it has already proved a hit in the town with its good food and cocktails.
The website states: "On the site of an old bottle kiln this unique listed building in Swadlincote is now home to Ice & Slice. Renovated using as many reclaimed materials as possible, our restaurant combines exposed brickwork, Victorian beams and industrial steelwork.
"All our dishes are cooked in our authentic Italian wood fired oven and we specialise in molecular mixology. We also have an extensive list of champagnes, wines and spirits."
Where: Midland Road, Swadlincote
The Italian restaurant is based in Swadlincote and offers takeaway meals as well as being described as a popular eatery.
Where: Cross Street, Burton
A traditional and authentic Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant and takeaway. Customers can take their own wine or beer or even buy it from the real ale pub next door and take it with them.
Vegetarian options are available and there is a private car park.
Where: Station Street, Burton
The website states: "Our food reflects the root of its origins having the subtle touch of most of the mouthwatering aromas from Himalayan regions of Nepal and India. Our restaurant uses carefully selected Nepalese herbs and spices eg Jimbu (Himalayan Herb), Timur (Himalayan Pepper) etc., and the best of local English products, particularly meat, vegetables and dairy products.
"Our highly enthusiastic young restaurant entrepreneurs and team of professional chefs produce ultimate flavoured curries unique from usual Indian restaurants and must try once at least.
Where: New Street, Burton
The website states: "The Wing Wah Burton restaurant is the largest of our restaurants and opened to critical acclaim in 2004. It is located opposite the Coopers Square shopping centre, in the heart of Burton upon Trent.
"The spacious restaurant holds up to 380 diners and boasts a comfortable and stylish interior. Offering a wide variety of freshly prepared Oriental dishes and a range of different cooking styles at affordable prices, it's not surprising the restaurant is always buzzing."
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