Restaurants Yorkshire

Yorkshire Inn review: Oak Tree Inn, Helperby
West of Easingwold, north of York and mid-way between the A1 and the A19, the Oak Tree at Helperby is one of the Provenance Inn’s group of seven pub/restaurants with rooms (Carpenters Arms, Crown & Cushion, Punch Bowl, Durham Ox, Black Bull...
5 August 2014
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Rowntree Park Reading Cafe, York
19 July 2014
Le Langhe, York
17 July 2014

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B&B review: Atelier 22, York
I know we keep saying this about our places to stay, but this one’s extra special. A gorgeous atelier in a tranquil spot yet just a few minutes walk from the river, the railway station, Museum Gardens and all the sites and interests of York. A...
17 August 2014
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Shallowdale House , Ampleforth
17 July 2014
Grassington House Hotel, Grassington
11 June 2014

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York Food Festival
  Ticket’s are now on sale for Yorkshire’s biggest food festival. The York Food Festival runs from 19 September for ten days. This year’s theme is ‘good food in diverse locations’, these include dinner in the Treasurers House...
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Cooks at Carlton Towers
'Not a Cookery School', Development Director Elaine Lemm, corrects me: 'It's a School of Food' - the difference being that the courses at Carlton Towers offer far more than cookery lessons.
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Recipes If we can make it you can!

Aubergine, quinoa, feta and fresh herbs
Ever wondered what to do with that quinoa lurking at the back of the cupboard. Here's a  recipe from Joan for a simple, summery supper making use of the nutritious grain.
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Yorkshire Crab & Lobster
Yorkshire is a county rich in natural resources.  We have brown crab, white pigs and red grouse. Our rhubarb and liquorice have unique histories. If you want to experience the best Wensleydale cheese, and the worst Denby Dale pie,  the finest Yorkshire pudding, we have it here.
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Squidbeak is where you will find independent reviews of the best restaurants in Yorkshire. We cover fine dining, Michelin starred restaurants as well as Yorkshire’s finest gastropubs, cafés and tearooms. In short we report on the best places to eat in Yorkshire. And if you want to know where to stay in Yorkshire we have the best boutique hotels, self-catering cottages, top quality B&Bs and guest accommodation. We have a new review of 1884 Dock Street Kitchen and Toast House in Ilkley. Our blog is loaded with foodie news. We have a report on the new cookery school at Carlton Towers and an aubergine and quinoa recipe from Joan Ransley our recipe writer. Enjoy.

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