10 Romantic Restaurants

10 Romantic Restaurants

Yorkshire has plenty of delicious restaurants that can help make the perfect evening for you and your loved one. Here's a selection of 10 crackers...

1. The Star Inn at Harome

An historic C14th thatched inn with hospitality steeped in its very timbers, The Star Inn is located in the picturesque village of Harome on the edge of the North York Moors. It was taken over in 1996 by Andrew Pern and has since won nearly every award worth its salt, including a Michelin Star, for Andrew's 'Modern Yorkshire' cooking and his Inn’s warm hospitality. A real gem of a restaurant. 

2.Matt Healy X The Foundry, Leeds

Tucked away at The Round Foundry off Water Lane, amongst the warren of grade 2 listed buildings, Matt Healy x The Foundry has become a leading light in the premium dining scene in Leeds. Handpicked by the previous owners of the Foundry Wine Bar, after becoming a MasterChef Professionals 2016 Finalist, this Leeds Icon has been transformed it into a modern, fresh & comfortable restaurant.

3. Crab and Lobster Restaurant, Asenby

Generous, unpretentious and prepared to perfection. If you're serious about food, a visit to the highly acclaimed Crab & Lobster Restaurant is a must. The 'Crab' offers a wide variety of gourmet dishes, from fresh local seafood to traditional English fare. With a sun-trapped beer garden, bright and airy pavilion, cosy main restaurant and a friendly bar, the Crab & Lobster offers a variety of facilities and settings for all occasions - whether it be a light bite to eat during the day or a romantic candle-lit meal in the evening.

4. Little House Restaurant, Settle

The Little House Restaurant, housed in a Victorian Gatehouse, is just minutes from the market place in Settle. Here you can enjoy refined dining in a relaxed atmosphere, a menu which evolves with the seasons using the best local produce available, a small but eclectic wine list to accompany your choices and an ever changing specials board. It'll not disappoint!

5. Horto, Harrogate

Latin for kitchen garden, Horto Restaurant uses seasonal ingredients from Rudding Park Kitchen Garden. The menu is dictated by nature, the skill of the Gardener and the flair of the Chef. Horto Restaurant has been awarded 3 AA Rosettes in the Awards for Culinary Excellence 2017-18, placing it in the top 10% of restaurants/hotels within the AA Restaurant Guide. 

6. Bocelli 1831, Sheffield

Bocelli 1831 is an accolade to the history and the Italian heritage of the Bocelli Family and the vision which started in 1831 when the Bocelli family began making classic Italian wines on their estate in Tuscany. The Bocelli 1831 wine menu reflects this with single estate prosecco’s, rose cuvee and classic delights like the fior d’arancio, which is an incredible sparkling wine made with the Moscato grape. 

7. The Timble Inn, Timble

The Timble Inn, a romantic Grade II listed 18th Century Coaching Inn, situated in the beautiful Washburn Valley, a part of the delightful Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A stone's throw from the spectacular Yorkshire Dales and close to two stunning reservoirs, Swinsty and Fewston, where you can enjoy walks with breathtaking views and return refreshed. The restaurant is cosy and intimate, serving freshly cooked dishes using locally sourced ingredients and produce wherever possible.

8. The Old House, Hull

The Old House Hull is located down Scale Lane in Hull City Centre, surrounded by many other iconic pubs and bars. This pub really is the place to be for real ale, great food and historic surroundings. With an unbeatable location in the "old town" and being one of the oldest, original buildings in Hull, The Old House Hull really is a key place to visit. 

9. The Old Deanery, Ripon

A subtle contemporary ambiance has been created within the restaurant; you will be welcomed by the wood panelled walls, an open fireplace and contemporary furniture with interesting paintings, prints and sculptures for you to enjoy. The atmosphere in the restaurant is relaxed, comfortable and stylish. Celebrating the best of Yorkshire produce and using only the freshest of ingredients, the modern menus and afternoon teas are sure to excite your taste buds and make for a memorable meal. 

10. Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax

For over 350 years The Shibden Mill Inn has been at the heart of life in West Yorkshire's Shibden Valley. The Inn's reputation for warm hospitality, premier gastro dining and first class accommodation draws people to the Shibden Valley from far and wide, and the Mill has naturally become a popular choice for those wishing to savour a sumptuous weekend break or mid-week stay. Ideal for a romantic trip away!


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