Yorkshire’s vibrant cities and towns make for undoubtedly the foodie trip of dreams. There are thousands of places to eat and drink from street food to fine dining, pubs to swanky bars and markets to delicatessens. In Yorkshire, your tastebuds will take a voyage around the world with chefs and cooks crafting tastes and textures to delight from local and international influence. Expect traditional hearty fare and cultural cuisine in abundance.
Serving up local produce and international cuisine - Yorkshire has it all! Sample sweet and savoury tasty treats and delicious drinks from street food and market stalls to fine dining and Michelin starred restaurants. Visit Yorkshires distinctive locations and award-winning venues for a one of a kind experience.
Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb is a special kind of rhubarb that is ‘forced’ to grow during the darker winter months. It was awarded Protected Designation of Origin status in 2010. It is more slender and sweeter than other rhubarb and is in season from mid-January to March.
Yorkshire pudding, a baked batter pudding that is a staple element of a Roast Dinner. The Yorkshire pudding is believed to have originated centuries ago. Frugal innkeepers and cooks made use of the excess drippings of fat from roasting meat to make a batter pudding which they could use to pad the roast dinners at very little extra cost.
The origins of the Barnsley Chop are claimed by many, and who wouldn't want to take the glory for this lamb-based legend? Nonetheless, it's accepted that it dates back to the mid-1800s and is popular to this day. A deliciously quick and satisfying supper.