Dining Out

Dining Out

Restaurant review: The Yorke Arms, Pateley Bridge

The Yorke Arms has earned plenty of plaudits down the years and Amanda Wragg finds that it’s still in brilliant form.

How many of these Yorkshire eateries have you visited?

Where to sample the best comfort food in Yorkshire

Sometimes we all need a bit of comfort food to perk ourselves up.

Granny Smith parfait. PIC: Richard Ponter

Restaurant review: Ox Pasture Hall Hotel, Scarborough

Ox Pasture Hall, just inland from Scarborough, has a new Michelin-starred chef in charge and Jill Turton is most impressed with the results.

Try out Camden's full range of beers

Say hello to The Little Camden Beer Room

Camden Town Brewery is saying Hello Leeds to bring you five days of great beer fun with their pop-up venue, The Little Camden Beer Room.
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Curried Monkfish tail with lobster sauce. PIC: Simon Hulme

Restaurant review: Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax

Shibden Mill Inn has a new chef, but can he step up to the plate? Amanda Wragg is very impressed.

The Ivy's Royal Crown Dessert is a twist on its infamous Chocolate Bombe and will be available from Friday 18 to Monday 21 May only

Celebrate the royal wedding with these delicious themed menus around Yorkshire

If you haven't manage to secure an invite to the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this Saturday, it doesn't mean you can't indulge in a taste of royalty closer to home.

Food review: Cheese heaven at Austwick’s Courtyard Dairy

Lunch in the upstairs cafe at the Courtyard Dairy in Austwick shows why it’s just been awarded the title of Cheesemonger of the Year, writes Elaine Lemm.

Lobster ravioli, Lobster bisque and chervil oil. Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Restaurant review: The Hideaway Kitchen, York

Everyone deserves a second chance, says Elaine Lemm, after two wildly different visits to the Hideaway Kitchen.

Alessandro's pizza.

Restaurant review: Trinity Market, Hull

Once down on its luck, Hull’s Trinity Market is carving a new future as the city’s latest foodie quarter. Dave Lee takes a stroll down the aisles.

Poached apple, apple cake and sticky toffee sauce.

Restaurant review: St Quintin Arms, Harpham

It was a country pub needing an injection of love. It got one thanks to Ian and Zoe Burdass. Dave Lee celebrates the reinvention of the St Quintin Arms.

A fish course of hand dived scallop, onion puree, pickled cucumber, carrot, butternut squash  and curry butter at The Park restaurant in York .

Restaurant review: The Park, York

Elaine Lemm puts her growing fatigue of tasting menus behind her at The Park in York and is most glad that she did.


Restaurant review: Partisan, York

They can be hard to find, but after a long search Jill Turton finally stumbles on a neighbourhood restaurant to shout about.

Chef Tommy Banks at The Black Swan at Olstead. Picture by Simon Hulme

Top chefs stick knife into diners who resort to online ‘blackmail’ when they can’t get a refund

Their cooking has delighted some of the world’s most discerning palates and their waiting lists are often months long – but some of Yorkshire’s leading restaurateurs have been left with a nasty taste in their mouths by the underhand tactics of a few customers.

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Wakame seaweed roll

Restaurant review: Sashimi, Hull

Sashimi is everything a great Japanese restaurant should be. Dave Lee welcomes it – and its conveyor belt – 
to Hull’s thriving foodie scene.


Food review: Whitby’s famous Magpie Cafe back in business

The late restaurant critic AA Gill declared The Magpie Café’s fish and chips the best in the world. Amanda Wragg agrees.

Pepperoni, chorizo and air dried ham pizza.

Restaurant review: The Coach House, Bridlington

I must say that, in my near 50 years of visiting Bridlington, I’ve never found anywhere particularly good to eat.

Pressed Swaledale lamb, smokey aubergine, quinoa salad.' PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Restaurant review: The Hawthorn, Haworth, Keighley

The Hawthorn is Haworth’s newest eatery and, says Amanda Wragg, ‘Dear reader, relax there’s not a single reference to the Brontës’.

Yorkshire Ham Terrine and Rhubarb Relish. PIC: Simon Hulme

Restaurant review: The Alice Hawthorn Inn, Nun Monkton

There was a revolving door at the Alice Hawthorn Inn, but with experienced restaurateurs now at the helm the future looks bright says Elaine Lemm.

LEMON MERINGUE ALASKA: Baked meringue with lemon ice cream, lemon curd sauce and baby basil. PIC: Tony Johnson

Restaurant review: The Ivy, Harrogate

It remains one of London’s most famous – and popular – restaurants, but can the Ivy enjoy the same success in Harrogate? Jill Turton heads to the spa town.

IVY LEAGUE: Mark Askew. PIC: Paul Winch-Furness

Big interview: Mark Askew brings The Ivy to Yorkshire

For 18 years he was Gordon Ramsay’s right hand man, now Mark Askew has the job of helping to bring the famous Ivy restaurant to Yorkshire. Catherine Scott met him.

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