Love Yorkshire Coast has compiled a list of fantastic foodie places to visit all situated along the picturesque Yorkshire Coast. So, when the time comes and lockdown is lifted with the roadmap announcement suggesting May 17 might be the time we can all get our fill of delicious food.
1. The Farrier, Cayton
Featuring a restaurant, coffee house, gelato parlor and a cocktail lounge, The Farrier caters to all occasions.
The chefs fuse their expertise and creativity to develop a variety of dishes offering exciting food combinations, both modern and traditional, showcasing the best produce that the local farmers and suppliers have to offer.
2. The Star Inn, Whitby
Star Inn The Harbour is brought to you by Andrew Pern, whose name is synonymous with his Michelin-starred pub The Star Inn at Harome.
He had long wished to open a restaurant in his hometown to celebrate the ingredients he grew up surrounded by and with which he began to learn to cook with.
The menu features Catch-of-the-Day fish and meat specials and also world famous North Yorkshire Moors produce, such as furred and feathered game.
Surf 'n' Turf-style dishes are a restaurant speciality mirroring its 'one-foot-in-the-sea-one-foot-on-the-Moors' location.
3. The North Star, Flamborough
Based within The North Star Hotel, 100 meters from the sea, the award-winning The North Star is renowned for its fresh Flamborough seafood and wild game caught on the nearby Yorkshire Wolds. Whether you are visiting for a quiet drink, light snack or treating yourself to a selection from the extensive à la carte or table d’hôte menu, you will not be disappointed.
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4. The Magpie, Whitby
Housed in a distinctive black and white building overlooking the harbour, the world famous Magpie Café is a staple within Yorkshire for some of the finest fish and chips around. Recognisable by the long queues down the street of people waiting for the chance of a cancellation, booking is essential! Converted from a shipping office in 1939, it is rumoured that the Magpie ghost Albert still haunts the halls...