Discover the Cuisine
You'll love our fabulous food and drink, both home-grown and from around the world.
Afternoon tea on bone china, fish and chips in paper with sand between your toes or fine dining in Michelin-starred surroundings: you'll find them all and more on the Yorkshire Coast - and proper, no-nonsense portions! The Yorkshire Coast is the place the to be!
Experience Fine Dining
For the last few years, the county of Yorkshire has boasted no less than six Michelin-starred restaurants - that's more than any other UK region outside London - and three of them are on our patch. James Mackenzie's Pipe and Glass at South Dalton near Bridlington, which also took second place in the presigious Top 50 Gastropubs in the UK list for 2016, while Andrew Pern's Star at Harome and Tommy Bank's Black Swan at Oldstead both nestle on the borders of the beautiful North York Moors National Park .
But great food isn't just found in restaurants with Michelin stars - there are so many fabulous fine dining experiences to be enjoyed at restaurants and hotels across our region.
Honey has amazing health benefits, and our coastal and moorland landscapes produce some of the best. Find out more at Scarborough's unique Honey Farm, the bees are safely behind glass - but youngsters can still have fun trying on a beekeeper's suit.
Fish and Chips
There's nothing like a day on the beach to make you ravenously hungry- and if you're at the seaside, there's no better way to satisfy that hunger than with a plateful, or cardboard tray, full of traditional fish and chips.
The Yorkshire Coast's fish-and-chip shops are offically among the best in the world - both Whitby's Quayside and the town's Magpie Cafe win regular awards and bring national food critics to the town. The Guardian's travel writer raves about the Harbour View Cafe in Scarborough, while Bridlington's Bust Bees has three award-winning outlets.
Then maybe go onto treat yourself in the World Famous Ice Cream Parlour - Harbour Bar.
It will come as no surprise that the Yorkshire Pudding hails originally from, well, Yorkshire! We just love a good sunday roast with all the trimmings (especially, those delicious, crispy, light-as-air golden puddings). Visit one of the many welcoming pubs up and down the Yorkshire Coast if you're fancying a trip out with a delicious roast (complete with Yorkshire Puddings) as its highlight.
Yorkshire is famous as a county of tea-lovers, and we like it even better when it comes with cake. The North York Moors National Park was recently designated as the UK's Capital of Cake, so there's never been a better time to treat yourself. Go on - you know you want to...
A relaxed traditional pub serving food in a delightful Yorkshire village. We aim to blend Yorkshire fare, with produce from Tuscany, to achieve a feeling of where "Yorkshire meets Tuscany".
The multi-award winning Copper Horse restaurant is nestled in the pretty village of Seamer just outside Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Situated in a commanding position overlooking the magnificent sweep of Scarborough's South Bay, the Mount Hotel's menu features a wide range of mouth-watering dishes.
Bar meals served during the day and an evening menu with a la carte available at night and on Sundays your traditional carvery.
Farm shop with local produce. Cafe with traditional farmhouse cooking. Homemade cakes from on-site bakery. Courtyard, animals & play farm. Play farm open daily - climb on the tractor and boat, make a den in the hay barn see the farm animals
Award winning traditional tearooms offering breakfasts, morning coffee, set luncheon, wide selection of English Fayre, afternoon teas, cream teas and much more. Excellent range of loose leaf teas.
The Black Lion
A traditional pub in Scarborough, The Black Lion is one of the oldest in the seaside town offering fresh home cooked food alongside the cask ale selection. There is live entertainment offered on a weekend and rooms are available.
This 18th Century Coaching Inn is a well established country inn with a restaurant and en suite accommodation
A long established family business with traditional sea front cafe serving a variety of variety of light bites and traditional meals, including the seaside favourite fish & chips!
The glass atrium at the Pavilion, houses the permanent café area which has stunning sea views. Top quality home-baking, hot daily specials and traditional light lunches.
The Quayside Restaurant opened in 1999 and is housed in Quayside Building one of Whitby's oldest buildings.
Situated in the village of Scalby, The Yew Tree Café & Bistro offers a friendly and relaxed service with an excellent variety of freshly-prepared food using local and regional produce.
Roost Coffee is a family run coffee roastery supplying wholesale and retail beans to consumers, independent coffee shops, restaurants and retailers.
17th century inn, log fires, traditional ales, fine wines, food served lunch & dinner, 6 en-suite's
The Stiddy - Originally named 'The Red Lion' started its life in the early 1800's as a coaching house for many a weary travveler, though recently refurbished the pub still holds many of its original charms.
We are ideally situated in the Heart of Malton Town Centre, serving a Fantastic range of home cooked Food, Beer & Wine, Soft Drinks, Tea's and coffee's, as well as Fantastic Bakery items.
Mr Wilf’s Café is run by the Wilf Ward Family Trust, a local charity supporting people with a disability. We are a fully accessible café with onsite parking, outdoor seating and a Changing Places facility for adults and children.
Magnificent Elizabethan house filled with treasures collected over four centuries.
Enjoy a drink and an ice cream and enjoy our sea views.