Are you wondering which restaurants in Biggleswade offer the most delicious Mediterranean food? Then check out this list that our team has made where they list all of their favourite Mediterranean restaurants in the area.

Top 4 Mediterranean Restaurants In Biggleswade According To Our Team


Nonno Joe’s

One of our favourite restaurants in Biggleswade is Nonno Joe’s – a casual little place that offers Italian food. The star of the show on their menu is the pizza and all of the delicious starters.

We recommend trying their Garlic Ciabatta, the Popcorn Squid (with lemon and garlic mayo dip), the Arancini (rice balls), the Mozzarella Sticks, and the Tomato & Basic Bruschetta.

When it comes to their pizzas, they offer a few traditional options such as the Margherita as well as some modern and creative pizzas – for example, the Don Pizza (with Bolognese base, pepperoni, bacon,
meatballs), the Mafioso Pizza (with BBQ base, chicken, bacon, sweetcorn), and the Capra (with goats cheese, red onion, caramelised

Address: inside Stairway Music Bar and Kitchen, 67 High St, Biggleswade, SG18 0JH


O’Sarracino II

Next on our list is another Italian restaurant offering incredible food, a very relaxing and casual ambience, and excellent service. This is the place to visit when you are craving tasty pasta.

Our favourite starters are the Melanzane Alla Parmigiana (fried aubergines, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, basil), the Polpette (homemade Italian meatballs with tomato sauce, mozzarella, rustic bread), the Calamari and Courgettes Fritti (deep-fried squid and courgettes with tartare sauce), and the Capesante e Porcini (scallops, black garlic and porcini mushroom sauce, rustic bread).

When it comes to their main dishes, you can never go wrong with their pasta – the Gnocchi Gorgonzola (with mushrooms, chicken, white wine, and gorgonzola sauce), the Lasagna Della Casa, the Pappardelle con Salsiccia e Porcini (porcini mushrooms, Italian sausage, spring onions, spinach, cheese, truffle oil), and the Linguine al Granchio (fresh crab meat, king prawns, fennel, cherry tomato, white wine and chilli sauce) are our favourite.

Of course, they also offer pizza as well as other traditional meat and fish main dishes.

Address: 21 Bonds Ln, Biggleswade SG18 8AY


Pera Kitchen

Next on our list is a beautiful gourmet Turkish restaurant – Pera Kitchen. It’s one of our favourite places because we love Turkish cuisine plus the interior is very stylish and the service is excellent.

Of course, like any other Turkish restaurant, Pera Kitchen offers cold and hot starters such as Hummus, Dolma (stuffed vine leaves with rice and herbs), Falafel, Grilled Halloumi Cheese (served with tomatoes and cucumber), Izgara Kofte (meatballs), and Sigara Boregi (pastry with feta cheese and parsley).

When it comes to their main dishes, you can never go wrong with the charcoal-grilled kebabs like Adana Kebab, Lamb Chops, Chicken Shish, and Lamb Beyti (spicy marinated minced lamb). All kebabs are served with a salad, bread, rice or couscous, chilli and garlic sauce.

Other main dishes include Grilled Seabass and Ali Nazik (grilled chicken or lamb, aubergine, yoghurt, garlic, a salad).

Address: 50 High St, Biggleswade SG18 0LJ


Rosso Lounge

Next restaurant on our list is Rosso Lounge – a stunning place with gorgeous interior and a quite impressive menu featuring not only Mediterranean food but also burgers, Fried chicken, and curry.

But, of course, we will focus on the Mediterranean cuisine on their menu which includes options like Patatas Bravas (potatoes with garlic mayo and ketchup), Hummus (served with toasted ciabatta), Salt & Pepper Squid, Mozzarella Arancini (rice balls with mozzarella), Halloumi & Sweetcorn Fritters (served with chipotle chilli jam), and Falafel (with hummus and pomegranate seeds).

Address: 15 Market Square, Biggleswade SG18 8AS