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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!
Discover Yorkshire Coast Feature Films


Discover Yorkshire Coast has worked in partnership with North York Moors National Park, Visit Ryedale and Welcome to Yorkshire to provide four fantastic films! The themes of the films are: 

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 .

Honey, Honey

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 whilst the Guardian's travel writer raves about the Harbour View Cafe in Scarborough.

Sunday Lunch

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.

Taking Tea

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...

Wrangham House Hotel

The restaurant is furnished comfortably with open views to the garden. A variety of freshly made dishes available and specialises in game dishes when in season. Any dietary requirements catered for where possible.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Take a trip on one of the world's greatest heritage railways with 24 miles of scenery!

Cowshed

A gourmet cookhouse located in Scarborough.

Albert’s Eatery – Whitby

Housed within the walls of Whitby’s historic Wesley Hall, Albert’s Restaurant is the place to come for a luxurious dining experience filled with mouth-watering seafood, delicious deserts and fine wines and beers.

Sandburn Hall

Whether you’re planning a small team meeting or a large corporate conference we’ve got it covered.

Magpie Cafe

Housed in our distinctive black and white building overlooking the harbour, the Magpie Café is in a prime position for you to enjoy the fabulous views of Whitby at the same time as sampling our wide selection of meals.

The Horseshoe Inn

We use fresh, locally sourced ingredients in our menus wherever possible. We trust our suppliers and so should you!

Botham's Pickering

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 Fairfax Arms

Here at The Fairfax Arms along with our fantastic rooms and friendly professional service, focus is on producing top quality food to consistent high standards.

Shepherds Hall

A delightful tea room on the North Yorkshire Moors in the village of Lealholm. Offering drinks, cakes, meals, daily specials & Sunday lunches. Outside there are two lovely tea gardens for a sunny afternoon and we also sell crafts and gifts.

YO Bakehouse

YO Bakehouse established 2015 is an artisan bakery based in Ryedale and is devoted to supplying retail and wholesale customers in ‘Gods own county’.

Endeavour Restaurant

Once more a renowned restaurant with rooms, the 200-year-old Endeavour building is in the heart of the picturesque North Yorkshire fishing village of Staithes. The tall building houses a dinning rooms and four spacious en-suite double bedro

1881 Restaurant at Wrea Head Hall

A beautiful restaurant, named after the date the house was built serves delicious contemporary British cuisine in classic surroundings.

Crystal Lounge at Whitby Pavilion

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.

Peasholm Park

Peasholm Park is an historic and uniquely beautiful Green Flag park in Scarborough's North Bay.

Lockton Tea Rooms and Gallery

Why not treat yourself…or treat someone with a special gift voucher … and indulge in a little bit of dainty opulence…

Royal Fisheries

Established in Whitby since 1968, Royal Fisheries is a family-run traditional fish and chip shop and café in a town world-famous for fish and chips!

Azzurro Italian Restaurant

It has an extensive authentic menu with a full range of pasta and meat dishes plus the chance to watch your own pizza made with fresh homemade dough and quality toppings.

The Runswick Bay

Located at the top of Runswick Bay, the bay itself is only a 5 minute walk down the bank.

The New Inn and Cropton Brewery

Perched on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Cropton Brewery has been producing award-winning ales for over 25 years, although the tiny village has a brewing tradition that can be traced back to 1613.