New Hampshire is more known for natural splendor than fine dining, but there are some extremely delicious restaurants in the state. Whether you’re looking for American food, asian-inspired cuisine, or fresh-off-the-boat seafood, we’ve got you covered. Here are the 10 most highly rated restaurants in New Hampshire.
1. Republic Cafe and Bistro, Manchester
This cafe serves tapas and other light eats that leave manchester residents raving. The casual atmosphere and good company are a bonus!
2. Black Trumpet, Portsmouth
At Black Trumpet you'll enjoy culinary delights made with the freshest ingredients. Because the menu is always changing to stay in season, you can return again and again.
3. El Colima, Nashua
If you love great Mexican, you have to check out El Colima in Nashua. Don't forget the margarita!
4. Saigon Noodle, Manchester
If you're hankering for pho, you need to get to Saigon Noddle today. If you've never tried Vietnamese food, this will give you a great indication of what you're missing out on.
5. The Stage, Keene
The Stage will leave you feeling like a star with it's delicious American fare. Be sure to check out the boom burger. You don't want to miss it!
6. Cava, Portsmouth
Everyone loves Cava, and after you visit, you will too. The Mediterranean-inspired cuisine will leave you feeling like you've traveled abroad, without ever leaving the state.
7. Moat Mountain Smokehouse and Brewery, North Conway
Moat Mountain offers pulled pork and burgers to die for. Of course, you can't go to a brewery without trying a cold one, and Moat Mountain has plenty of great beers to choose from.
8. Cotton, Manchester
Old Hollywood meets 21st-century dining at the whimsical Cotton. Keeping with the Hollywood theme, martinis are plentiful and delicious.
9. Surf, Nashua
Surf will make you forget that Nashua is landlocked. The fresh seafood and seaside ambiance will make you swear that you're at the seashore.
10. Mint, Manchester
Mint has something for everyone. The sushi is to die for (and named for the Red Sox!), but so are the parmesan French fries. Mint does a lot, and does it all well.