Restaurants in Southampton
The old town in Southampton is a nice place to stop-over in a restaurant, hotel, guest house or tavern before hopping on the ferry to the Isle of Wight nearby or on one of the cruise liners from the Ocean Cruise Terminal. There is a nice selection of traditional pubs and restaurants to while away the evenings and The West Quay Shopping Centre and Retail Park, a short walk away, offers an abundance of shops, restaurants and leisure attractions.
When you need to refuel between study sessions or just a coffee with friends, you can find somewhere to enjoy drinks, snacks, and meals on all our campuses. Residents of Southampton are spoiled for choice when it comes to finding a place to eat. From Wagamamma and YO! Sushi to Pizza Express and ASK, all the popular restaurant chains you would expect to find in a big city are present and accounted for.
However, instead of dwelling on the national brands that you are already familiar with, it best to encourage you to unleash your inner 'foodie' and take a visit at Southampton’s most loved independent eateries.
Nestled in the old walls of the City and overlooking Southampton water, Ennio’s comprises the ground and first floors of an old Victorian warehouse, designed by the Scottish born architect John Geddes. In days gone by, the sea came up to its foundations allowing boats to unload their cargo directly into its cavernous interior.
We are open daily for lunch and dinner, offering a relaxed, stylish setting in which to enjoy our cosmopolitan European menu. Having some of the most talented chefs on the South Coast who insist on using fresh locally sourced ingredients means that we provide consistently excellent food whether it is an informal lunch with a friend, a family birthday or a large corporate event.
Contemporary Italian and Mediterranean Cuisine served in a relaxed and friendly environment. We specialise in Pizza, Pasta Fresh Fish and Meat. Our Chef uses only quality and the freshest ingredients to create a varied menu selection to tempt all tastes.