If you like: Traditional pub-grub
Then try: The Farmers Arms, Durham
You can’t beat a good pub lunch, and this pie and ale house with a beer garden to boot is the perfect spot to kick back on a summer’s day. Expect classics including scampi and ploughman’s lunch, as well as a generous pie selection washed down with real ale.
If you like: Fresh bold flavours
Then try: The Factory Kitchen, Newcastle
Whether it’s coffee, cake, brunch, lunch, doughnuts or beer Factory Kitchen serves it all with a little nod to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours. And with their sunny rooftop terrace, you could spend a morning soaking up some rays over your avo on toast.
If you like: Adventurous street food
Then try: MorMor, Leeds
Catch the street food experts at MorMor – with their delicious offerings inspired by the Middle East, North Africa and the Mediterranean – at summer food festivals across Leeds and Yorkshire, or grab tickets for one of their supper clubs to enjoy dishes like lemon & za’atar marinated charred asparagus spears with roasted shallots, toasted walnuts and hazelnuts.