Where to eat Amazing food in Blackpool 18



My boys march on their stomach.  They are at that age where they are bottomless and food is an important part of their day.  They get ratty when they are hungry (we call it hangry) and also have adverse reactions to certain foods.

where to eat in blackpool

So when we are on holidays and days out we often take picnic food to keep them fed and also make sure that we have an idea of where we are going to eat.

We had some fab meals in Blackpool and the food was fantastic.

Ribby Hall

We stayed at the amazing Ribby Hall Holiday Village, which is ten minutes outside of blackpool in one of their self catering cottages, but chose to have breakfast in their tea rooms each morning.  The food was delicious, scrambled eggs that were perfectly cooked on granary toast for me and Farm Shop sausages for the boys with beans and mushrooms, which MadDad opted for the Full English.  All cooked to perfection.

The boys and MadDad also had a fab meal in their restaurant on Friday Evening (whilst I gallivanted to celebrate a certain someones upcoming birthday) .  They both said the food was excellent and the deserts even better!

Harry Ramsdens

Lunch on Saturday was fish and chips at Harry Ramsdens on the seafront.  MadDad and Mini opted for a small Haddock with chips and mussy peas, whilst Mini and I had cod and chips with mushy peas.

The fish was amazing and the batter was really light and crispy.  The sign that it was great was empty plates at the end of the meal.

Notarianni’s

For MadDad this was his favorite part of the whole weekend away.  The ice creams at Notarianni’s are pretty darn good, in fact they are pretty much a meal on their own.

MadDad had a Nosi Mess with meringue, fresh raspberries, vanilla ice cream, raspberry sauce and fresh cream.  Mini chose a Strawberry Sundae and Maxi a Knickerbocker glory.  I decided to share theirs and to just have a coke float.  If you are in Blackpool then it is a must visit and it is a real Blackpool Institution and has been in the same location for over 70 years.

La Fontana

We had an AMAZING meal at La Fontana, which is an award winning restaurant on Clifton Street before we went to see Mamma Mia.  It really was delicious and they went out of their way to  accommodate our request.  The boys  and I adore Calamari and we didn’t think we could manage a starter after all the other food we have already eaten so they brought me it as a main course with salad and it was  mouthwateringly perfect.  The MiniMads couldn’t get enough of it.

Mini said the margarita pizza he had was the best ever after our homemade and Maxi’s bolognese didn’t last very long either! MadDad thought his carbonara was delicious.

The deserts was unbelievably good (no pictures as the boys polished theirs off before I could even get the camera out).  Mini profiteroles for Maxi, Mini had a banana and chocolate crepe and I opted for tiramisu.  MadDad finished his meal with a coffee.

We would certainly go back and it was really reasonably priced for such fab food.

Disclosure: We were guests of #Blackpools Back and Merlin Entertainment for our weekend in Blackpool and we are already planning our next visit. 

 

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