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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...

Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens

Magnificent Elizabethan house filled with treasures collected over four centuries.

Fairfield Restaurant at the Saxonville

Come and enjoy our attractive Fairfield Restaurant on Whitby's West cliff, for delicious cuisine prepared daily. Part of a family-owned hotel, in operation since 1946, proud of its good food and friendly atmosphere. Booking essential.

Lanterna Ristorante

Scarborough's La Lanterna Ristorante has undergone a complete refurbishment which, says chef-owner Giorgio Alessio, brings a 'little bit of Piedmont to Yorkshire', and features the landscapes and the produce of both areas.

Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Sewerby Hall and Gardens is the place to visit all year round. Uniquely situated in a dramatic clifftop position with spectacular views over Bridlington and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland.

Sally Middlewood Farm Bakery & Tearoom

Sally has been baking cakes and pastries here at Glebe Farm for over 30 years and there’s always a great selection on offer, either to accompany a nice cuppa in our adjoining tearoom, or to take away to enjoy at home.

The Grainary Tea Room/Restaurant

Country Tearooms set in peaceful surroundings.

Raithwaite Estate

Our newest addition to Raithwaite Estate, offering a celebration of the best of French brasserie food, combined with Yorkshire specialities.

The Palm Court Hotel

Our elegantly refurbished restaurant offers the finest fresh seasonal ingredients, which are locally sourced wherever possible.

Walkers Fish Restaurant

We are a family run establishment that started out in October 1993. We are situated in the lovely village of East Ayton, about a 10 minute drive out of Scarborough.

East Ayton Lodge Hotel

Whether dining in the relaxed atmosphere of our stylish restaurant, or unwinding with a pre-dinner drink in the comfort of our lounge, we aim to make your visit an unforgettable experience.

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.

Roost Coffee & Roastery

Roost Coffee is a family run coffee roastery supplying wholesale and retail beans to consumers, independent coffee shops, restaurants and retailers.

Maison Du Vin

Wine & Spirits Boutique - Tasting Room - Cafe Bar & Lounge.

Cross Butts Stable Restaurant

Bar meals served during the day and an evening menu with a la carte available at night and on Sundays your traditional carvery.

Eat Me Cafe

Eat Me Cafe sits quietly in a backstreet of Scarborough behind the world-famous Stephen Joseph Theatre.

Ox Pasture Hall

Dining in the Courtyard Restaurant is an experience to savour and well worth a visit. Scarborough's only restaurant to be awarded 2-rosettes for culinary excellence.

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.

Black Swan Oldstead

'The Black Swan at Oldstead is a restaurant with rooms created by The Banks family who have lived and farmed around Oldstead for centuries.

Sun Court Cafe at Scarborough Spa

The Sun Court Café with fantastic views of Scarborough's South Bay is the ideal place for a hearty meal, quick snack or a fairtrade hot beverage.

Ampleforth Abbey

Ampleforth Abbey has been home to a Community of Benedictine monks since 1802. The Abbey Church is the centre of monastic life and is open to visitors all year round.