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If you’re looking for good food made with local produce and a big Yorkshire welcome, take time out to visit Tykes. Settle into one of our comfy chairs or sofas and enjoy the homely surroundings of this barn conversion – it’s the ideal place for lunch, evening meal or just a drink or coffee at the bar.

Working closely with local suppliers our aim is to provide the best food experience possible using the freshest ingredients. Our buzzing theatre kitchen gives the customer the opportunity to not only pick their own steak or fish but also watch as one of your chefs prepare it.

Showcasing everything that the great county of Yorkshire has to offer, beef & lamb from Bishopthorpe to lager and cider brewed in Cropton. Our menu changes to suit the seasons and with themed events throughout the year there is something for everyone.

Our relaxed and friendly service ensures a great dining experience in an informal atmosphere. We're easy to find (just off the A64 at Flaxton) and there is plenty of free parking. So come along and discover what’s cooking at Tykes!

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Approx 8 miles north of York on the A64.Left turn to Flaxton then another left after 200 yards.

Tykes at Sandburn Hall


Sandburn Hall, Flaxton, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 7RB
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Tel01904 469911


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Opening Times

Monday - Saturday (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)
Monday - Saturday11:30 - 21:30
Sunday Lunch and Main Menu (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)
Sunday12:00 - 16:30
17:00 - 21:30

* Breakfast served 7.30-10.00am
(non-residents are required to pre-book)

Afternoon Tea served Monday to Saturday 12-3.00pm
(Pre-booking essential, min 24hrs notice)

Please check website for current opening times and to book in advance.

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