I would recommend this place to eat. It has a quaint charm with nice wooden furniture and friendly service.
Hubby and I were not particularly hungry so we shared a cheese and bread plate washed down with a glass of wine. Our holiday had begun :o)
The café is just down from the Town Hall. They are open for lunch Wednesday to Monday and dinner Friday and Saturday with an extensive a la carte menu. They also provide breakfast. At anytime during the day you can order sandwiches, cakes, pasta and also they say, the best coffee in town. You can dine inside our outside and watch the comings and goings in York’s main street.
The Jah Roc Café is in the old Flour Mills which is now called the Jah Roc Gallery. You can sit inside or out in the courtyard. They serve Devonshire teas, lunches and dinner by reservation. They will also cater for your functions. They describe their food as ‘gourmet country, fine food and fine coffee’.
Open: 7 Days 10am - 5pm, Fri & Sat Nights 6pm – Late. They are also BYO.
The award winning Ragged Robin Restaurant operates out of an 1873 convent building. It was a schoolhouse run by the Sisters of Mercy. It was closed in 1971 and purchased by the Shire in 1976. In 1977 it became the York Public Library. In 2001 it was refurbished and used as a gallery for exclusive locally made furniture. In 2004 it was renovated into a restaurant.
Ragged Robin is run by a husband and wife team and offers fine dining. They are open for dinner Thurs to Sunday and lunch Friday to Sunday. The menu changes several times a week.
Yorkies is just down from Avon Tce on the banks on the Avon River. Set back off the road they provide a very casual venue for home-made food and drinks. You can eat outside or takeaway.
This restaurant offers a wide choice of pizzas. They have home delivery from 6.00pm – 8.00pm within the townsite area.
Open Thurs to Sun 5.00pm – 9.00pm and Friday 5.00pm – 10.00pm.