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Restaurants in Grimsby

Grimsby is filled with fun sights to see, adventure and outstanding cuisine. There’s something for everyone’s taste in Grimsby. The top restaurants in town are:

Wybers Chippy

A stroll down St. Nicholas Drive will bring you to the doors of Wybers Chippy. The restaurant is a great place to go for authentic fish and chips. Delicious food and reasonable prices are the cornerstone of the restaurant’s offering.

This is where the locals go for the best fish and chips.

Takeaway is the only option, and there are always queues lining up. You won’t be waiting long, and the staff is friendly and will answer all your questions. Open times are:

  • Monday – Saturday: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The restaurant is closed on Sunday.

The Ship Inn

A British restaurant and pub. The Ship Inn serves beautiful British food. Attention and passion are evident in the food at The Ship Inn. The chefs offer up 12 specials daily, but the specials change often, so you’ll need to call ahead to know if your favorite dish is on the list.

There are always 6 starters and 6 main specials.

Soups, whitebait and Pate are great choices for starters. Main courses include beef strips, fillet steak, haddock fillet, whitebait, fish pie and ship's pie of the day. A variety of vegetarian dishes are also offered.

Desserts are plentiful, too.

Opening hours are:

  • Monday – Saturday: 12 pm – 2 pm and 6 pm – 9 pm
  • Sunday: 12 pm – 5 pm

You’ll want to call ahead to book early before the restaurant fills up.


Sage offers rustic dining, and it’s perfectly situated on Osborne Street. This is a vegetarian-friendly restaurant serving British and European food. Previously, the location used to be a great pub, which has now transformed into Sage.

The meals are lovely, and the atmosphere allows for a romantic, special dinner.

Servings are large at Sage, and there’s a good selection of drinks for anyone who wants to enjoy good food and a little wine, too. British food is in abundance along with Italian cuisine and the top dishes across Europe.

The bar is small, but there’s a good selection of wines to choose among.

Four Candles

A great place to stop for biscuits. Four Candles is a traditional British café offering an array of sweets to guests. There are cakes, jacket potatoes, lamb, pitas and paninis among many other quick foods at Four Candles.

The staff is polite and the food is very fresh.

Immaculately clean, the café offers an array of toasted teacakes and coffee. Tea is a staple in the café with guests often visiting for just the tea. The café is very busy, so call ahead to reserve a table unless you’re willing to wait to sit.

This is the ideal place to pop in for a cup of tea and some cakes before going to your next adventure in town.


Othello is famous in town for their Greek and international cuisine. A high-end service is at the forefront of the restaurant’s offering, with authentic cuisine that’s been offered in Grimsby since the restaurant served its first customers in the 1970s.

The restaurant is open:

  • Monday – Saturday: 12 – 2 pm and 6 pm – 10 pm

A selection of starters and main courses are available. Fish is a popular item on the list, with the Grimsby Haddock a local favorite.

If you’re a fan of dessert, the cheesecake is some of the best in town. The steak is tasty, too.

Brewers Fayre Haven

Brewers Fayre Haven is a British pub and restaurant. The restaurant is located on Appian Way, and the service is amazing, with servers always offering a friendly smile. Guests that have allergies to certain foods are accommodated.

Prices are very reasonable, and there are always great deals on soft drinks and coffee.

Local ales are on tap. There’s a massive selection of desserts and treats, too. Kids can become a junior chef on their birthday, or they can play in the indoor play area. There’s a good variety of pub food as well as pizza and other mains to enjoy.

Beechwood Farm

The Beechwood Farm is on Village Way, and there are gluten free options and vegetarian dishes on the menu. British and pub food is on the menu along with a decent selection of ale from local breweries.

This is a good choice for kids.

Lamb is amazing, and prices are not expensive. The carvery is very good as well as the cakes. The service is great, and there is a “quiet” area for adults that don’t have kids. Food overflows every plate at Beechwood Farm.

Desserts have their own display, with dozens of items to pick among.

Beechwood Farm offers takeout and outdoor seating. A full bar is open and there is free Wi-Fi, too. Parking is available on-site.