Four Places For Foodies to Try in Yorkshire This Month
Yorkshire's full of dining for all occasions, whether you're after a cosy pub or a fine dining experience we've found just the places to go
A Grand Affair
Award winning five-star hotel, The Grand, York has launched its brand new innovative and sustainably-led restaurant, Legacy. Striking a balance between elegance and extravagance with great Northern hospitality at its heart, head chef Ahmed Abdalla implements modern cooking methods across all eight courses of the tasting menu. Dishes showcase seasonality and locally- grown and sourced ingredients, including taking advantage of honey produced by their very own bees. When combined with attentive service, the perfect wine pairing chosen by their expert sommelier, and an intimate setting, Legacy is a great place for a special occasion.
On the border of Sheffield and the Peak District, The Three Merry Lads is a popular, family-friendly pub with a huge beer garden and lots of fun play equipment to keep the kids amused as you kick back with a drink and enjoy spectacular views over the valley. If the weather turns cold, cosy up inside by the log fires and enjoy tasty dishes likes homemade burgers, stone-baked pizzas and plenty of pub classics from the extensive menu.
Overlooking York’s grand and famous Minster, 22 Yards independent wine bar and merchants is the perfect place to relax and enjoy delicious charcuterie, cheese, seafood and breads alongside 150 ever-changing labels, with more than 50 wines available by the glass. With a passion for exceptional wine and ingredients, every single bottle and food supplier has been careful selected so you know you’re in safe hands here – plus they have a monthly wine club coming soon.
High Petergate, York YO1 7EN
Fine and French
Situated on Skipton’s historic cobbled High Street, Le Caveau is a true hidden gem offering Yorkshire produce with a French twist. In this 16th century building with barrel-vaulted ceilings and original beams, diners can soak up the atmosphere whilst tucking into the five-course tasting menu, the fixed price menu, lunch or daily specials. The menus change regularly to reflect the seasons, and chef and owner Mark Byron’s passion for local produce means using the best ingredients from the Yorkshire Dales.