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Knight's Restaurant

Knight's Restaurant


Here at the George & Dragon we are passionate about food and this is why we were listed one of the "top 50 places to eat out in the countryside," by the Sunday Times. All dishes are prepared in our own kitchens using the finest produce from Yorkshire's fields, woodlands and waters.

Whether you choose a refined dish from the Knight’s Restaurant 'a la carte' or a ‘light bite’ from the lunch menu, we promise the same exceptional quality. The newly styled 'Knight’s Restaurant' with solid oak flooring, muted grey Farrow & Ball colours, plush fabrics, luxury leather chairs and crisp white table linen give an overall contemporary appeal without losing the intimate charm of the 17c Inn. We also offer our children's special menu and an extensive vegetarian menu.

All of our food is freshly prepared at the time of ordering so the chef can always create or amend a dish to meet your requirements. (e.g. if you are gluten or lactose intolerant.)

Locally Sourced
Fresh east coast fish, game in season from the moors and woodlands, Yorkshire farm fresh eggs, local beef and lamb, and even ice cream.

Great flavours, stylish presentations without being pretentious and sensible portions are key factors - no one leaves our tables hungry!

Sunday Carvery is a great English tradition. At the George and Dragon hotel we take our traditions seriously and therefore are proud to have a 'proper' carvery each Sunday.


Market Place,
North Yorkshire,
YO62 6AA



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Map reference: SE 696865  Lat: 54.26969 Long: -0.93217

You will find The George & Dragon Hotel in the centre of the Market Place on the left hand side as you approach up the hill from the roundabout on the A170. On arrival you should pass through the old archway at the side into the private car park at the rear. The entrance to the hotel is also at the rear.