Recreation in Saddleworth
Food and Drink

Owner managed restaurants, traditional pubs, homely cafes, take away food for those on the move, the Saddleworth area has plenty to satisfy those in need of sustenance and refreshment.

From the White Hart in Lydgate, “one of nine Commended Restaurants in The Good Food Guide 2002”, and the Church Inn, brewing the famous cheapest pint in England, “Saddleworth More”; to 'Diggle Chippy' and their legendary “Rag Puddings”, and the 'Butty Box' on the A62 layby between Scouthead and Delph, the choice of good food is superb. Tea and cakes complete an idyllic sunny afternoon and can be found in many of the villages. Children are welcome virtually everywhere.

The Saddleworth Business Directory lists all Saddleworth eating and drinking establishments, so to find out more details, please follow the links below.

Cafes & Tea Rooms
Perfect for mid-morning coffee

Public Houses
Many offer home cooked food as well as good beer.

Intimate and cosy

Takeaway Foods
Wide choice for those too busy to stop.


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