Good food seems hard to locate in Blackpool (impression from searching the internet and from looking around the town). Kwizeen looks unremarkable is tucked away down unprepossessing looking streets near the tower. Not the sort of place I'd look for a good restaurant normally (but it looked like one of the best picks from Tripadvisor). Inside though it is very well laid out and the fact that there is just a dismal street for a view is offset by a very well designed space.
The food was excellent - local produce well used, well cooked and interestingly combined. The Lancashire market menu was the obvious choice, but the a la carte looked like a very good selection as well. Definitely a cut above the ordinary, with many little extra touches
We'd booked but were the only table (we got the impression that lunch is their busy time). Remarkably being the only people did not feel at all awkward: they were so friendly and professional that it felt completely natural.
Excellent in every way, and very good value at a little over £60 for two three course meals, wine and coffee.
Why try anywhere else?
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