A taste of Yorkshire – and the world!
A great range of top-end fine dining and adventurous independents means you’ll never go hungry here.
Aysgarth Falls Hotel
Whilst producing great meat and fish dishes, the chefs at Aysgarth Falls Hotel are able to produce the most delicious vegetarian and vegan food around. The constantly evolving menu has something tasty for everybody.
Bistrot Pierre Harrogate
Bistrot Pierre Harrogate is an elegant and relaxed first floor restaurant offering great value French food and seasonal menus. With a stunning heated balcony, it’s the perfect place for dining al fresco whatever the weather!
Bistrot Pierre Ilkley
Bistrot Pierre Ilkley sits proudly within a stunning arch-shaped building that dates back to 1861. With fantastic French looking and seasonal menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, there’s no finer place to dine!
Charles Bathurst Inn
The 18th century Charles Bathurst Inn in Arkengarthdale has a constantly changing menu that reflects the seasons and the creativity, experience and dedication of the chefs. The reputation for fine food resulted in an AA rosette.
Craven Arms & Cruck Barn
Craven Arms & Cruck Barn is a 16th century public house that lies in the heart of Wharfdale, in Appletreewick. Here the traditional cask conditioned real local ale are served with a huge menu of delicious home cooked foods.
The Craven Heifer has been awarded 4 stars and 2 rosettes from the AA for the stunning rooms and innovative food. The menu showcases unpretentious modern British flavours and features the best local seasonal ingredients.
Owner and chef John Rudden and his team prepare award-winning dishes, the focus is on locally sourced and seasonally inspired ingredients, done the ‘Grassington House way’ – traditional luxury with an eclectic twist.
The menu at Inglesport Cafe offers a choice of breakfasts, including vegetarian options, toasties, jacket potatoes with various fillings, specials, homemade soups and a massive choice of fresh homemade cakes, flapjacks and tiffin.
Just By The Bridge
Visit Just By The Bridge, located just by the canal bridge, where you can discover a wonderful, dog-friendly atmosphere in which to eat and drink. Serving award-winning cakes and local produce in the fully-licensed tea room.
Nestling in the heart of some of the most spectacular scenery, the King’s Arms offers a unique combination of the old and the new, a relaxed blend of excellent food, good beers and wines in the most stunning rural location.
Penny Garth Café
Penny Garth Café has been a popular meeting point in the Yorkshire Dales for decades. It’s the ideal place for a large mug of Yorkshire tea and a bacon butty after a long winding ride through the Dales National Park.
The restaurant menus at Samuel’s Restaurant are created by Executive Chef Simon Crannage and head chef Tom Pickard, they emphasise seasonal and local produce inspired by what is grown in the hotel’s four acre walled garden.
Simonstone Hall, once home to Lord and Lady Wharncliffe, is a magnificent, privately-owned, country house located on the outskirts of Hawes, at the foot of Stags Fell. It is the ultimate retreat: comfortable, tranquil and grand.
With home cooked food and large selection of real ales the Talbot Arms provides the perfect place to relax after a days walking or cycling in the stunning Yorkshire Dales. It also has a large beer garden when the sun comes out.
The Angel Inn
The Angel Inn is famed for it’s pioneering approach to pub food, over the years their efforts have been recognised with countless awards. Experience tasty well presented food using the freshest seasonal produce from the region.
The Black Horse
Expect a warm welcome at The Black Horse, with the log fire, a wide range of traditional ales, beers and lagers and a good wine list. The restaurant offers a relaxed dining experience with mix of dishes from across the globe.
The Blue Lion
You’ll be spoilt for choice by the Blue Lion’s freshly prepared seasonal menu that sources the best Yorkshire produce to be found, it’s no wonder the restaurant has won the Dining Pub of the Year Award three times.
The Buck Inn
The Buck Inn was built in 1874 on the site of an old coaching inn, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The restaurant serves the very best in traditional British cuisine including their famous Malham and Masham Pie.
The Bull at Broughton has long been one of Yorkshire’s landmark pubs… famous as much for its hospitality as it is for its beautiful location. The restaurant harvest the finest, freshest seasonal ingredients from local artisan suppliers.
The Coach House
The Coach House restaurant is set in the old carriage house of Middleton Lodge. The menu has been created by Gareth Rayner and his take on simple, well loved British dishes created using the best of North Yorkshire produce.
The Craven Arms
The Craven Arms is a family friendly pub and restaurant that offers a great selection of ales, beer and wines. The chefs are passionate about using local and seasonal produce to create delicious, enjoyable food.
The Devonshire Fell
Situated in The Devonshire Fell hotel, this superb restaurant is the perfect spot for all occasions, offering spectacular panoramic views of the Yorkshire Dales. The menu provides the finest dining options with local ingredients.
The Drawing Room
Enjoy an outstanding, award-winning seven course dining experience menu at the The Drawing Room restaurant in Simonstone Hall. The two AA rosette menu is comprised of a stunning selection of beautiful dishes.
The Fountaine Inn
The Fountaine Inn is an idyllic Inn, perhaps the most beautiful setting in the Yorkshire Dales, only five minutes from bustling Grassington. Fine food is served all day, everyday, making it an ideal walking destination at any time of year.
The Fox & Hounds
Situated in the Wensleydale village of West Witton, The Fox & Hounds Inn is a friendly and welcoming family-run pub, offering a range of fine cask conditioned ales and generous portions of traditional pub fare cooked to order.
The Frenchgate Restaurant
Enjoy some of Yorkshire’s finest food, wines and refreshments, served in beautiful surroundings at The Frenchgate Restaurant. Feast on a superb dinner, a stylish lunch, or just simply call in for a delicious coffee.
The Friars Head
The Friars Head is a confident and striking blend of traditional and modern design, that celebrates great quality food. What makes the pub so special is the different and distinct interior themes and creative menus on offer.
The Game Cock Inn
The Game Cock Inn is a traditional pub with a cosy bar, beer garden and award-winning restaurant. With warm and comfortable surroundings, with a great atmosphere, the cuisine is traditional food but with a French twist.
The Lister Arms
The heavenly aroma of home cooked food will be waiting to tempt you across the threshold into The Lister Arms. The menus are traditional in the sense that they offer you a warming array of your favourite dishes.
The Old Hill Inn
The Old Hill Inn is an ancient inn of great character, part of which dates back to 1615 and the other part 1835. Originally a farm, the restaurant specialises in delicious, home-cooked food and excellent puddings.
The Old Post Office
The Old Post Office is a micro bar that has sourced a fantastic range of Yorkshire bottled beers, some very fine whisky, gin and delicious wines. The bar offers a small but tasty range of platter boards and grilled panini’s.
The Punch Bowl Inn
The Punch Bowl Inn has gained a reputation for providing food of the utmost quality, their commitment to using only the best local and seasonal produce means lamb and beef are sourced from local farmers.
The Red Lion
Originally a 16th century ferryman’s inn, The Red Lion offers superb food, fine wines and real ale. The head chef and his team offer a combination of individuality and skill which has ensured retention of their AA Rosette.
The Sedbergh Café
The Sedbergh Café is an award-winning tea rooms located in the town of Sedbergh. The café pride themselves on their afternoon tea and in serving good, healthy homemade cakes and food, baked and cooked in-house.
The Shambles is a fish and chip shop located right in the heart of Settle market place. It is a small cafe restaurant as well as a take-away shop where they serve fresh and very tasty traditional fish and chips.
Open minded as to what makes a fine meal,the 2 AA Rosette chefs pride themselves on providing the best local, seasonal and organic dishes inspired by the Yorkshire Dales and the English slow food movement.
Husband and wife team, Jon and Laura opened Vennell’s Restaurant in the beautiful town of Masham, with a clear philosophy, to serve diners fresh local produce handled with care and cooked sympathetically.
Giving pleasure through the food is one of the most important aim of this seafood restaurant. Each dish on the weekly changing menu has been tried and tested, using the finest seafood the British isles has to offer.
The restaurant at Yorebridge House achieved three AA rosettes in 2014, rewarding the team for their dedication to producing inspiring and innovative dishes with exciting flavours, using superb quality local produce.
Relax in a charmingly refurbished 15th-century country inn, situated midway between the ancient city of Ripon and Spa town of Harrogate. The Yorkshire Hussar serves real ales and excellent, locally-sourced food and bar snacks.