British, Modern Restaurants in Beverley
1. The Westwood Restaurant British, Modern restaurant in Beverley New Walk - HU17
“Excellent” modern brasserie in a listed Georgian courthouse that’s prospered in its ten years under twins Michele & Matt Barker, who grew up in their parents’ gastropubs. “The menu changes seasonally so you don’t get bored” according to its strong local fan club, who feel it “always delivers”.
2. The Pipe & Glass British, Modern restaurant in Beverley West End - HU17
“It looks like a pretty country pub, but the quality of the cooking once inside is spot-on, putting many other Michelin starred restaurants to shame” – James & Kate Mackenzie’s “classy” destination “perfectly situated, off the beaten track, deep in the countryside” of East Yorkshire is still “a ‘proper’ inn, with open fire, real ale… but also superb food!”: “not quite as inventive as some similar level establishments with exciting tasting menus, but good value and very sound”.
3. Whites British, Modern restaurant in Beverley 12-12a North Bar Without - HU17
For a decade, local boy John Robinson’s restaurant-with-rooms has bought a touch of gastronomic excellence to this market town, turning out “excellent” tasting menus (four- or nine-course only, depending on which day you visit). Reporters this year appreciated the “good atmosphere” and “very personal touch” Robinson provides.
4. The Pig & Whistle British, Modern restaurant in Beverley 5 Sow Hill Road - HU17
Former Petrus chef James Allcock has quit the capital to open this small (25 cover) bistro in East Yorkshire. Not only that, but he hopes to introduce a new concept of dining to the area, serving only small plates of cured meats and cheeses, all day, seven days a week, in the hope that people will drop in before or after dining elsewhere. His involvement with the crowdfunded Burnt Truffle in Heswall suggests he knows exactly what will work.
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