Eating Out

Eating Out

The new superfood trends to watch out for in 2017

Clean eaters could be scoffing offal, insects and algae this year as new superfood trends take off.

Jinnah, Flaxton, near York.

Dining Out: Jinnah, Flaxton, A64

Feeling famished from a day out in York, Jinnah on the A64 at Flaxton is an easy stop-off where you can indulge in delicious Indian cuisine until you can’t take another mouthful.

The Stephen Joseph Theatre.

Dining Out: Stephen Joseph Theatre bistro and The Crescent Hotel

Turkey and all the trimmings followed by Christmas pudding and brandy cream are a personal seasonal favourite – preparing them is not.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Beverley.

Dining Out: Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Beverley

With a sleek and contemporary atmosphere, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Beverley, is certainly everything you would expect from a relatively upmarket outlet - especially the price.

Clark's restaurant, Queen Street, Scarborough.

Dining Out: Clark’s, Queen Street, Scarborough

A small Scarborough restaurant is making a huge impact in the town after opening earlier this year.

Generous George and The Tunny Catch on Burniston Road, Scarborough.

Dining Out: The Tunny Catch, Burniston Road, Scarborough

Scarborough’s newest pub-restaurant, just a wave-pool splash away from the recently opened Alpamare water park off Burniston Road, is certainly proving popular.

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The Ganton Greyhound

Dining Out: The Ganton Greyhound

Having driven past The Ganton Greyhound more or less every day for the past two years on my way to work, I decided it was time to pay a visit, and having heard nothing but good things about the food, I was looking forward to tucking into some hearty pub fare.

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Kam Thai, Whitby

Dining Out: Kam Thai, Whitby

Only in Whitby would you find green-haired Hallowe’en enthusiasts and Gothic visitors waiting for the evening train, while strobe lights made the town’s Benedictine abbey shine purple.

A taste of the moors: Liqueur launched to mark Charlotte Bronte bicentenary

A taste of the moors: Liqueur launched to mark Charlotte Bronte bicentenary

A Yorkshire businessman has created a special edition liqueur to mark the 200th anniversary of author Charlotte Bronte’s birth.

Chapter One, Malton.

Dining Out: Chapter One Bistro, Malton

I’d heard good things about Chapter One Bistro in Malton. It’s rated third out of 60 restaurant on Trip Advisor and is a popular spot among the locals.

Celebrity TV chef James Martin is coming to the Flavours Food Festivalat Elsecar Heritage Centre, near Barnsley, on Sunday, October 23, 2016, 10am to 5pm.

AUDIO: James Martin cooking up tasty homecoming at Elsecar Flavours Food Festival

Yorkshire's ex-Saturday Kitchen TV celebrity chef James Martin today told how he is cooking up a tasty homecoming for fans at a new food festival.
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Chefs and staff celebrate

Standing ovation at Michelin Star Chefs Spectacular

The reunion of Scarborough Technical College 'old boys' who are now star-rated chefs earned a standing ovation.

Michelin star chefs

Unique feast wowed at Michelin star spectacular

Michelin star chefs plus chefs from Michelin star restaurants prepared a unique feast for guests at Scarborough Spa last night.

Teasmaid and Thai Restaurant, Columbus Ravine, Scarborough.

Dining Out: Teasmaid and Thai, Columbus Ravine, Scarborough

The Teasmaid has been a familiar sight at the bottom of Columbus Ravine for many years.

Wise Guys, Bridlington.

Dining Out: Wise Guys, Bridlington

If you can forgive the overshadowing scaffolding of the dilapidated eyesore next door, then you’re in for a treat next time you visit Wise Guys.

Lawrence Yates, head chef, and Simon Gueller, chef patron of Ilkley's Box Tree restaurant.   Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Yorkshire’s ‘super six’ restaurants retain their Michelin stars

Yorkshire’s ‘Super Six’ have retained their bragging rights as being among the very best places to eat and drink in the whole of Britain.

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Roosters craft beer brewery in Knaresborough - Commercial manager Tom Fozard and head brewer Oliver Fozard.

Yorkshire ‘a capital’ of new craft beer trend

A boom in the popularity of small-scale breweries means Yorkshire has emerged as a capital of craft beer.

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Dining Out: The New Malton, Malton

Dining Out: The New Malton, Malton

At the heart of Malton lies an unassuming restaurant offering a fantastic dining experience.

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Il Piatto, Harcourt Place, Scarborough.

Dining out: Il Piatto, Harcourt Place, Scarborough

Like many, you’ll probably be able to reel off at least six or seven Italian restaurants in Scarborough (Indian, too, but you’ll struggle with Chinese!). 
And probably the most unassuming, least shouty of the Italians is Il Piatto.

The Forge, Aislaby.

Dining Out: The Forge, Aislaby, near Whitby: Forge-ing ahead with a great reputation

Safe to say August is not my favourite time of the year in Whitby, which is a shame in a tourist town. The crowds, visitors meandering aimlessly along the middle of the street, glaring at motorists in such a way to suggest they have no right to encroach on their space, and swooping gulls – at times you need the patience of a saint.

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