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We pride ourselves on using the best, fresh, locally-sourced food for The Lansdowne, using our longstanding relationships with suppliers, especially:


Barton &

quality butchers


Wesley Fish


Fresh fish daily also from

Neves of Fleetwood


Live crabs, lobsters and oysters

K-E Mordaunt


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The Lansdowne Bistro

22 Anchor Street

Southport PR9 0UT

01704 500002

About The Lansdowne

Mark Tyndall trained locally at Southport Tech in the 1970s and during this time, worked at several major hotels and restaurants. On leaving college he joined Sue and Enriquo Darrias at the acclaimed Bistro Qui and moved with them to Squires Restaurant, one of the few in the north west which had Michelin recommendations . He then opened Francescas and took over the business in 1980. This was a favourite venue for many customers who still frequent the Landsdowne now, over 30 years later.

Mark then moved to Croston Village where he and Nikki opened the well-received Brambles restaurant. Mark and Nikki ran this until 1999 when they moved back to Southport and opened Tyndalls on Hoghton Street, featuring in The Good Food Guide for many years. In 2009, they added the Landsdowne Bar and Bistro, winning the award of Southport's best bar in 2010. They sold Tyndalls Restaurant this year and are now focused on creating a similar atmosphere in the Landsdowne by maintaining high food standards and reintroducing old favourites from Tyndalls.

We are very much a family-run business: Mark and Nikki are involved in both kitchen and restaurant, with son Patrick, trained by his father over the last three years, now taking a major role in the kitchen. To maintain our high standards, all our commodities are procured from quality, local traders, some of whom we have been dealing with from the beginning.

The Lansdowne Bistro offers fabulous ambience and some of the finest food in Southport. We look forward to seeing you soon!








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