Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Pickering including The Middleton Arms, Restaurant at Fox & Hounds Country Inn, The Bay Horse Inn, The Black Swan Inn, Cropton brewery, The Black Bull Inn, White Swan, Two Burgate Cafe Bar, Spencers Bar and Grill, White Horse Farm Inn
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4 based on 239 reviews
Inn - Bar & Restaurant Offering hearty Yorkshire Fayre, lighter dining options and a children's menu served either in our cosy bar, stylish restaurant or 'al fresco' on the terrace with spectacular views. Locally sourced produce features extensively with
We arrived at 7.55pm having been delayed getting to Rosedale and finding the pub in the village had stopped serving food early, and although they stopped food at 8pm the very kindly fed us, delicious steak and ale pie and my husband had lambs liver, also excellent, he had the chocolate fondant for dessert which looked amazing and I had the bread and butter pudding which was s bit stodgy but nice flavour. Good selection of gin and husband happy with Theakstons on tap. Dogs welcome in also. Thanks to the staff for getting us fed and happy! Dear Annieoakley19Thank you very much for your visit and your review. We look forward to seeing you in the future. Thanks and regards. JS
4 based on 217 reviews
Was all very disappointed, with the poor service and the food, 4 of our 5 meals were wrong, waitress just shrugged her shoulders, didn't bother changing them as it would of been a long wait, you had to order and pay for your food before you sat down, which caused lengthy queues, only.one member of staff doing bar and food orders, so couldnt blame her, a large group came in and their orders were so wrong, had to queue again for deserts which again took ages, and they were nothing to write home about, all in all very poor, wont be going there again
5 based on 39 reviews
An unforgettable selection of gins, whiskys and all other types of delectable drinks you could possibly desire. Swing by and enjoy a tipple with us at one of the friendliest bars in North Yorkshire. Whether you're hankering for an indulgent slice of cake
We don't often enjoy lunch as much as this. We had 3 plates for Â£15, a beer and a G&T. Nothing unusual perhaps but we sat in the sun and had some great banter (south v north) with a blonde lady (the owner?) which all made it a good occasion. They even ran out of pitta bread but no problem they went aross the road and got some more.Well done guys!So pleased you enjoyed your lunch with us. Hopefully we made your day out on the train one to remember. We always love a customer with a great bit of banter, so come back soon for south v north, part 2 :)
4 based on 536 reviews
We have a brigade of 5 in the kitchen serving AA rosette accredited food (since 1997) with friendly and well trained front of house staff. And happily we are actually in Pickering. Depending on season you can curl up by a fire, eat outside on our sun-terr
Stumbled across the White Swan on a Sunday evening, searching for somewhere decent to eat in Pickering which seemed to be closed. We were seated at the front lounge because they said that the restaurant was full but we saw no evidence of that, in fact the place felt like a morque. That aside we were seated and ordered our meal, Risotto was bland and Luke warm, my Hake was okay but didnt excite the taste buds, dessert was the highlight, but chocolate with cherry sauce and ice cream is always appreciated. Will not be planning a second visit. Thank you sharing your experience although I'm really sorry you left having found it very ordinary. I can only assume that if the restaurant wasn't full they were expecting a party later in the evening or perhaps that they felt that the snug would be a cosier environment for you on a quiet evening but this should have been better explained to you. We always like to resolve any issues straight and and never want any one to leave disappointed. On this occasion you clearly did and your comments regarding the food really bother me. I would be grateful if you could contact me directly at [email protected] to discuss your visit further. I look forward to hearing from you.
4 based on 402 reviews
We Serve food all day every day, We are famous for our filled yorkshire puddings and great steaks, fresh scarborough haddock and whitby Scampi, we have a full range of burgers, we cater for gluten free.
My wife and I, along with another couple were on our way to Whitby for a weekend break and we stopped at the Black Bull for a snack lunch en route. I only fancied a quick pint and a snack but the menu was so inviting that we all picked something to eat from their "Mains Menu". The homemade food was out of this world, I chose a giant Yorkshire pudding with pork sausages. I can honestly say, it was the biggest Yorkshire I have ever seen! It came with chips, lovely gravy and every mouthful was delicious. We all cleaned our plates and the beer, Yorkshire blonde, was excellent. The service was fast, efficient and very friendly. To xcap it off, the prices are very reasonable.
4 based on 151 reviews
Do pies get better than this? My mother (94) is the best pie maker in the world. Her comment....'delicious, perfectly seasoned, light and crispy crust.' Accompanied by good chips and fresh veg. As for the beer. Awesome. Tasting glasses ler you try each. And I did. Well worth a huge detour.
4 based on 583 reviews
17th century coaching inn serving the finest locally sourced products in the restaurant and bar. Traditional dishes with a unique twist complemented by a large selection of fine wines and locally produced beers and ales, plus alcohol free drinks. Accommod
Called in for lunch today after walking passed it lots and lots of time.Glad we didVery welcoming staffFriendly serviceDrinks brought to tableFood menu not big but what there is is delightfulSpicy tomato soup and crusty brown bread - YummyHam and cheese sarnie with sald snd chips -Yummy also (use hard cheese in future?)Decent selection of beers and lagers - also YummyBill for 2 at the end - Also Yummy!Recommend this pub
4 based on 368 reviews
Pub in Pickering Market Place doing very good pub food-newly changed hands and relaunched
Stopped off here for lunch on way to holiday retreat. Booked in advance and chose this pub because of its central location and it allows dogs. Asked about car parking in advance and although the pub has no parking, the person who answered the phone explained where to park in Pickering.We were all made welcome and the lunch was excellent. 2 of the group had pie and were pleased to be served with a proper pie as it had a base and top and not just a pastry topping.There is an outside area at the back and water bowls for dogs.The toilets were clean.Definitely worth another visit soon.
4 based on 232 reviews
An evening with friends; the pub and restaurant were busy when we arrived on a weekday early evening, so advisable to book. Food excellent, a little delay in service due to influx of dinners, however the complimentary bread & olives was a nice gesture. All the staff were very attentive and friendly. A lovely dining atmosphere in the bar area. Highly recommended.
5 based on 189 reviews
Small, friendly, village pub in North Yorkshire. Serving home-cooked food and fine ales. Family and dog friendly.
This offers the best food in the area. Great taste and all the veggies cooked to perfection. The casserole was to fabulous. The hosts were very friendly and welcoming and made our party feel completely at home. Log fire added to the atmosphere. Canât wait to eat here again
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