Whitby - Food and Drink
Whitby has some of the best fish and chips in the UK – it’s official. One local chippy, Quayside, was named as best independent fish and chip takeaway in last year’s Seafish awards, while The Magpie Café regularly welcomes restaurant critics from around the country and has foodies queuing around the block.
But Whitby has more to offer the food-lover than just fish and chips, with excellent restaurants, bistros, food shops, plus an historic bakery and Fortune’s, a traditional smokehouse established when Queen Victoria was still on the throne. And head down to the bustling quayside for seafood stalls, including the opportunity to send some kippers by post to the folks at home…
Since 1865 Elizabeth Botham & Sons has been a family run craft bakery in the ancient port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. ...More info
A family-run traditional fish and chip shop and cafe in a town centre. ...More info
Situated in Whitby at the base of the Abbey Steps directly above W Hamond and accessible through the shop the W Hamond Tea Room offer a haven for visitors and locals just above the bustle of the busy street. A relaxed and cosy tea room. ...More info
Fine seafood and grill restaurant situated in the heart of Whitby. Fresh local seafood a speciality along with locally farmed selected meats.
Established 2001 ...More info
Humble pie is a sixteenth century shop lovingly restored back to its timber framed beginnings. Come and relax in front of our open fire and unique surroundings whilst enjoying some of our traditional home cooked fare. ...More info
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