Other specialities included trout, duck, steak and a game soup whose recipe Mr Robinson kept a closely-guarded secret.
The Trout was a pub in the best tradition of village locals. Keith and his wife Marie knew every regular customer by name and treated them like long-lost friends, and the establishment became a destination for families from across Yorkshire.
It also hosted numerous functions for local clubs and societies and Mr Robinson – perhaps one of the last of the great landlords – supported every event in the village.
Educated at Bridlington Grammar, he also excelled at cricket, a fine amateur batsman who once hit a six into the Bristol Channel.
He is survived by Marie, their sons Richard and Russell, and granddaughter Imogen.