Many seem to forget that Yorkshire’s eastern border lies on the coast, and that particular area of the county offers some excellent places to visit. Dotted at the water’s edge you can find the following towns and city:
Having the pleasure of being right next to the North York Moors, with some stunning coastal walks and views, Whitby is an extremely popular holiday destination, featuring a few of the award-winning restaurants and places to eat that are recommended around Yorkshire. The Dunsley Hall Country House Hotel, for instance, has been awarded a 2 AA Rosette award, or you can take a walk down to the harbour side and try the fish and chips at the award-winning Quayside restaurant.
Just down the coast from Whitby, Scarborough rises up from the sea and is an extremely popular beach holiday location with many attraction rides. If you’re thinking of visiting and like fine dining, why not look to book a table at Jeremy’s for a European menu? As an alternative, get thee to the Cinnamon Indian Restaurant for something more exotic. If you’re on a cheaper budget then The Famous Fishpan or Harbour View Café might be more to your liking.
The UK’s City of Culture for 2017 always seems to have something going on and is seeing a huge surge in investment and commerce – which brings more and more fine places to eat. Princes Avenue holds many of the most popular places, however Dock Street sees the largest restaurant in the City: 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, specialising in steak. Perhaps you fancy venturing outside of your eating comfort zone a bit; if so, you’ll find the former Moroccan takeaway Marrakech Avenue located on Princes Avenue, or head over to Beverley Road and sample traditional Indian cuisine from Mumbai at Tapasya.
Be sure to plan your holiday or trip carefully and take into account the many other restaurants and coastal towns / villages in Yorkshire – there are plenty of fine places to eat and drink, the above is a mere touch on the stunning Yorkshire landscape.