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    Grants Bistro 22: Near St Marys

    by Britannia2 Updated Sep 7, 2014

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    This is , in my opinion, one of Beverley's best restaurants. A very old building that has been converted in to a restaurant - there are three small rooms for diners but the room to the left of the entrance is the most welcoming if you want a cosy atmosphere. We sat in the front room and had a window table looking out of the bow window you can see in my photographs.
    Disabled access may be difficult though - there are small steps between the different rooms and the toilets are down a long narrow corridor.
    The toilets are shared between male and female which is possibly because of the restricted space in converting this old building.
    The staff are all young but seem well versed in what they do and are all extremely polite and efficient.
    The tables are set too close to neighbouring tables and we had a to listen to a rather noisy party of 4 on the table behind us - however this is a minor gripe - the restaurant comes highly recommended.

    Favorite Dish: We chose the £50 candle lit dinner for 2 although a full menu is available on Saturday night. (It is only £14.50 per person Monday to Thursday).
    There are some choices on this £50 menu and we both had the home-made local game terrine as a starter - this was prime pieces of various meats wrapped in bacon with a salad.
    Next came either a sorbet or salad and we chose the salad.
    For our main course we both had duo of salmon and cod with a leek and prawn cream sauce and for desert Maureen had strawberries and cream and I had a chocolate and orange desert.
    The coffee was served with home made chocolates.
    The meal also had crackers and humus as standard and a very good quality bottle of wine included in the overall £50 price.
    Revisited 26/04/2014 - excellent food and service. Special menu now £52.00 for 2 people. And revisited 6/9/14 - food as good but service slow and several items missing from the menu.

    Bistro 22 Bistro 22 - the entrance Menu board

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    Ferguson Fawsitt Arms: In nearby Walkington

    by Britannia2 Written Feb 16, 2014

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    Just 3 miles from Beverley in the beautiful village of Walkington is this pub / restaurant. This is a large hostelry with a two tier car park at the rear (and overnight accommodation too). Very traditional and English in style it is made up of a number of small intimate rooms that all lead on to a large food serving area.
    There is menu only offers four starters and steaks and burgers and the majority of fayre on offer is in the large serving area. We did notice that a lot of the food was under heat lights for all of the evening and some dishes may not be at their best if left for long periods - fish is an obvious issue. However the new manager was telling me he is to cease this and apart from the carvery food will be cooked to order in the near future. A nice ambience but rather empty on a Saturday night. We ate here on 15/02/2014.

    Favorite Dish: Starters (from a choice of four) where smoked salmon and prawn salad and a chicken liver pate. Mains were steak pie and trout. The trout was of a good standard and meaty with few bones. It was served in a salad dressing. The steak pie had a perfect crust and the meat was tender and well suited to the pie.
    The vegetables had been standing all night and we had reservations but these turned out to be fine although the parsnips were beginning to dry out a little.
    Desserts are many and we chose ice cream and a light raspberry meringue type dessert.
    With coffee and wine the bill was a reasonable £44.00 - slightly cheaper than equivalent Beverley restaurants.

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    Prezzo: An Italian that always succeeds

    by Britannia2 Written Dec 27, 2013

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    Wherever there is a Prezzo you can always expect quality from this national chain and in 2013 Prezzo came to Beverley. It stands at the northern end of the Market Square near the Market Cross in a building that used to be a bank.
    Contemporary décor - pine floors and plain magnolia walls with nice comfortable benches and chairs and tables. There are 2 levels to the restaurant and the feel on both floors is airy and bright due to the large picyure windows.The toilets , up many stairs, are clean and fresh and there is a disabled toilet on the ground floor. The staff are all Italian and friendly and efficient - if any of them read this I was the customer who thought the restaurant code was the price on the bill! Apologies and sorry for the misunderstanding. The bill was actually £56.30 for 3 people which included three mains, three desserts and wine and coffee (late 2013).
    Recommended.

    Favorite Dish: I had spaghetti carbanara with Italian bread and butter pudding as a dessert. Food extremely delicious and served very quickly.

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    Warton Arms: Thatched restaurant in the Hull road

    by Britannia2 Written Feb 10, 2013

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    Despite its appearance the Warton Arms is not actually an old English inn - it was built just a few years ago to replace an austere pub that stood here for many years and was actually opened by Laurel and Hardy.
    However it is an authentic rebuild and is traditional inside or out (photos to follow). You can stop by for a coffeee or drink as many do when travelling the busy Beverley to Hull road or eat here - our first visit was one Saturday night in January 2013 and it was so good we returned the following week.
    This is a Marstons establishment and the standard menu is the one found in all Marstons establishments - however there is an extensive specials board that has at least 17 extra dishes on and some of these are very good and break away from the standard fish and chips, sausage and mash etc. These can be expensive - for example the large mixed grill is £17 but when two people each order a main course from the Two for One section from the menu or specials board, the lower priced meal will be free of charge.
    Friendly and attentive staff - the manager and his wife are good hosts and particularly friendly. Waiting times slightly disapointing on the second visit but it was Burns Night and the restaurant was at capacity level.

    Favorite Dish: We had stuffed mushrooms or prawn cocktail as starters on each occasion followed by fish and chips on the first visit - a large haddock with beautiful large white chunky fish. On the second visit sea bass that came with fresh vegetables and potatoes. Well presented and very good quality food.

    Warton Arms Warton Arms Warton Arms

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    The Green Dragon: Nice and typical English Pub

    by Landotravel Updated Sep 23, 2011

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    Being hungry as I was but wishing to discover some local food I tried this pub. And I found more than I expected. First of all, it is big inside in spite of the narrow facade so it was comfortable. But It was very authentic, real English pub, exactly what I was looking for. And here I discovered English food too through a very tasty, big and cheap dish with vegetables, mash, sausage and some other things I don't remember. The place was clean and quiet and I felt very satisfied for quality for price was quite good. If I return there, I'll surely repeat.

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    Pizza Express: Pizza chain restaurant

    by Britannia2 Updated Jul 21, 2011

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    Well known national pizza chain restaurant in Beverley but although these restaurants are fairly standard wherever you go the Beverley restaurant is my favourite across the UK.
    A few steps lead up to the door and although there is a ground floor disabled toilet I think manoeuvring a wheelchair through this compact restaurant would be difficult.
    And compact it is - ask to be seated upstairs if you can where space is a little more generous. The chefs are in an open plan kitchen area in the restaurant downstairs and it is interesting to watch them make the food , especially the pizzas.
    The waiting area is too small and the restaurant really needs larger premises to cope with demand. However it is highly recommended for good quality food at affordable prices with friendly staff who seem to enjoy what they do. Rather noisy at times but has a bustling and friendly atmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: Standard fare of pizza and pasta but a good range of food with something for everyone. The pizzas have a nice, light base and the toppings are imaginative and generous.

    Pizza Express
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    Pizza Express: Pizza Express

    by Orbital_ Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Pizza Express, though a chain, is a very respectable one at that. Thankfully they don't clog every single town and city with their ubiquitous presence, like their nemesis Pizza Hut. The decor, atmosphere and clientele of a PE make PH look like a greasy diner and they are generally located in the more pleasant parts of a town, often in lovely renovated buildings. The Beverley outlet is no exception nestled alongside various stylish boutiques by the North Bar. Set on two floors a three-course meal here will set you back around 13-15 pounds a head. It's immediately apparent that they use the freshest produce possible and bake everything on site as you can stare straight through into the bustle on the kitchen on the ground floor. Hence you get what you pays for as they say.

    Favorite Dish: Oh, has to be the Polo Ad Astra Pizza. Mmmm, yeah. : )

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    Khans: Indian food

    by Piggy73 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Having lived in the Bradford area I have been spoilt for choice but I find Khans to be of a reasonable standard and as about as good as it gets in Beverley.

    Favorite Dish: A very average range of vegetarian dishes.

    Take away is also offered.

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    Millhouse Restaurant: Classy country restaurant

    by Britannia2 Updated Feb 27, 2011

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    Probably one of the finest restaurants in the Beverley area this is one of those restaurants most people only visit occasionally , simply because of the price. This is a special occasion restaurant for most - OK there are cheaper options - the meal I had could be bought for a fraction of the price a short distance away but to find the ambience and wonderful surroundings would be difficult. The head waiter buzzes around constantly checking everything is running well and the staff are young and their presence matches the quality of the restaurant.
    On the downside - parking is limited and the entrance just a door at the back from the car park which is not too inviting. There was an unacceptable wait between the starter and main course but it was a busy Saturday night and the kitchen must have been working to full capacity.
    Menu is varied with something for everyone.
    Recommended.

    Favorite Dish: I had shrimp and prawn cocktail for starters and Maureen had posh mushrooms on toast. My main was fillet beef stroganof - sautéed strips of aged prime fillet with cognac cream sauce, paprika, shallots and mushrooms - it came wrapped in a large onion.It was served with basmati rice.
    Maureen had duck - the duck came sliced in rings and there was a vegetable base and roast potatoes. Sweets were large and delicious.
    £78.20 for 2 including some drinks and expensive but expected. We ate here on 12/02/2011.

    Mill House
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  • The Pipe and Glass, South Dalton: Near enough to make a worthwhile journey

    by frenchderek Updated Aug 7, 2009

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    A short drive (or bus/taxi-ride) North out of Beverley, in the small village of South Dalton, there's a really good restaurant. OK, it's not cheap (we paid £30 per head for 3 courses, including house wine for lunch) - but you get your value. Well thought-out menus: I had tasty rabbit and ham terrine with deep-fried prawn and pease pudding for starters, excellent wild halibut for mains and a super creme brulee for sweet. On the kids menu one starter was a ham sandwich - a winner with our kids. Only complaint: because he pretends to offer a truly British menu, the owner-chef sometimes gets a bit pretentious: eg my creme brulee was written up as "burned cream" on the menu.

    And if you have time, the local church is well-worth a visit (very photographic).

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  • Picollo's Pizzeria North Bar Within: STAY AWAY!!

    by beverleygal Written May 20, 2009

    Food is overpriced and usually cold. There is a very bad rapor i.e the owner and the staff can't agree on anything. I heard swearing from the kitchen all night. They have no till and fail to tell you this and so if you do not have the cash you have to walk 10mins to get it out. Not a good experience at all.

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    Mirchi: Trousers - Strong to Spicy

    by JohnnySpangles Written Sep 5, 2008

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    Very good Indian restaurant, reputedly the best in Beverley. Laid back, execellent food although probably not the cheapest. Starters were particularly good.

    Favorite Dish: main curry wasn't to hot so you may want to ask them to spice it up a bit. I asked for Madras but didn't seem that hot.

    We had starters and mains with two beers each and it came to £45 for the two of us.

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    Hitchcocks Vegetarian Restaurant: Vegetarians - head to Hull

    by Piggy73 Updated Mar 20, 2007

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    If you have the time head off to the nearby city of Hull (10km away) for a wonderfull experience. You really need transport though as it can be a late evening though buses/trains return to Beverley around 11pm.

    The restaurant is situated in the old part of town in a former warehouse and many artefacts form the unique decor.

    You need to reserve & if you happen to be the 1st person to book then you can choose the cusine style - no challange is too small.

    If you have any food allergies - just mention it when you arrive and the staff will ensure there is something suitable & in our case something extra was made. Vegans just need to mention this & you will be shown suitable dishes.

    The starter is brought to your table & then for the other courses you just help yourself to as much as you want from the buffet.

    You can also bring your own wine and pay a small corkage fee - although their drinks are not overpriced and a jug of water is free.

    I would also suggest checking out the local vegan group "East Riding Vegans" as they often have monthly meals here - and welcome visitors provided you stick to the vegan options. The majority of dishes tend to be vegan anyway as Bruce (the chef) looks after his regulars.

    It's a set price of £15 per head {£12 Concessions}for all courses.
    If you are a student, veggie or vegan society member then you get the concessionary price.

    Favorite Dish: Too many to choose so have a bit of everything :-)

    Don't forget to leave room for the desserts though. If you are vegan you'll need to ask for the vegan ice cream & they usually have a few flavours.

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    Seraglio Turkish Restaurant: Seraglio Turkish Restaurant

    by Orbital_ Written Sep 3, 2006

    Great new restaurant that's opened up in North Bar Within.

    Authentic turkish dishes a-plenty, not a singly friday night greasy kebab in sight!

    The chefs clearly take pride in each dish - wonderful presentation and the food itself tastes wonderful.

    Bored of chinese & currys?

    Try something completely different; Beverley's proably one of the last places you'd expect to go exotic...

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    The Tea Cosy: Between the Minster and Wednesday Market

    by Britannia2 Updated Apr 3, 2006

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    A small cafe serving mainly sandwiches and cakes but some hot food. Friendly staff and very efficient. The kitchen is on full view of customers and standards are high.
    The deserts are very good.

    Favorite Dish: The steak pie was wonderful as was a salad on another occasion.

    The Tea Cosy The Tea Cosy

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