Scarborough Restaurants

24 restaurants in Scarborough




Restaurants in Scarborough:

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Falconer Road, Scarborough, YO11 2EN [Map]

Pub, Traditional

£11.00£18.00

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Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough, YO12 4PS [Map]

Located in the scenic village of Seamer on the North Yorkshire coast, the Copper Horse Restaurant and luxury cottages presents the modern and traditional British food prepared using the best of Yorkshire ingredients. Learn more

Located in the scenic village of Seamer on the North Yorkshire coast, the Copper Horse Restaurant and luxury cottages presents the modern and traditional British food prepared using the best of Yorkshire ingredients.

Walk into The Copper Horse and it is hard to imagine that you are not entering some theatrical pub in the heart of London's show-usiness spread. Fact is that if you were to translate The Horse by some Dr Who techniques to London theatreland, it would be mobbed.

There are wonderful brasserie touches, dark red velvet drapes, brass and gold, to which the background is a superb collection of theatre memorabilia of stage and screen going back to the 1950s. To find all this in a pretty village near Scarborough where the hint of the sea is never too far away, particularly when the wind is in the east, makes a first class pub restaurant into a rare find indeed.

Originally a farmhouse going back to the 17th century, The Copper Horse has plenty of room in which to expand, and outside its sturdy construction has a rugged charm that has been emphasised by a coat of white that shines spectrally in the North Yorkshire moonlight.

As they would certainly say in the locality there's not too much space give to 'fancy stuff', and meals follow a robust but well prepared and presented range of dishes that speak of England and its rich diversity of home grown ingredients. Look for smoked salmon set on a beetroot and potato rösti and finished with a lemon and dill dressing or for sheer pungency look no further than black pudding on garlic and thyme roasted field mushroom topped with prosciutto ham.

Excellent seafood is a pretty fair bet with Whitby not so far away and Copper Horse classic prawn cocktail served with Marie Rose or Bloody Mary dressing is more than likely to please. Pudding is another respected product of Yorkshire, and combined with slow roast brisket of beef served with onion gravy and horseradish mash represents a compelling dish for many.

Yorkshire could be said to be the spiritual home of Pollock and pea fishcakes, well supported by wilted spinach with a shellfish bisque and new potatoes, while the mouthwatering crispy roast duck does not pre-empt you attention. There are other dishes such as slow braised lamb shank set on mashed potato with minted gravy. Both are only too readily available at The Copper Horse. Or take a closer look at the harissa glazed chicken fillet served on honey roast squash and sweet potato.

Talking of which a well selected wine list hovers at your elbow, many with large or small glass options, all designed to march in hand with the menu.

Those looking for somewhere special to have their wedding breakfast, a family celebration or a corporate boondoggle will find a willing participant in the form of the team at The Horse who put together and manage the event according to the clients' wishes. From the wine to the final details, all can be taken care of efficiently and with discretion.

Their Website tells you more. Meanwhile note this delightful combination of theatre and good dining into your places for the future.

British, Modern British, Traditional

£14.00£35.00

Da-Claudio

4 Harcourt Place, Scarborough, YO11 2EP [Map]

Italian, Regional, Traditional

£17.00£25.00

Sea View Restaurant

The Royal Hotel, Scarborough, YO11 2HE [Map]

Located on the corner of St. Nicolas Street within the Royal Hotel, the Sea View Restaurant was recognised for its fine cuisine in 2008 by the Michelin Guide which accorded it 'recommended' status. Learn more

Located on the corner of St. Nicolas Street within the Royal Hotel, the Sea View Restaurant was recognised for its fine cuisine in 2008 by the Michelin Guide which accorded it 'recommended' status. Relax and unwind in the warm, welcoming ambience while looking out at the fine views over St. Nicholas Cliff Gardens and South Bay. Traditional and modern British cuisine satisfy the appetite.

Guests can get a good start to their day with a light continental selection or the traditional full English breakfast. A three-course table d'hôte menu sets them up nicely at lunchtime. For dinner, they can choose between the table d'hôte and à la carte menus which include such dishes as oak smoked salmon cornets, prawn, tuna and cherry tomato platter, 8oz fillet steak with cream of mushroom sauce, grilled halibut steak with prawns and curried mango chicken with rice. A Stilton, Wensleydale and Cheddar cheese platter gives the meal a flavourful end.

International

N/AN/A

Brasserie at Ox Pasture Hall

Lady Ediths Drive, Scarborough, YO12 5TD [Map]

Ox Pasture Hall has made quite a name for itself as one of those few luxury country house hotels that instils a feeling of striking freshness yet oozing rustic charm and style. Log burner, beamed ceiling and exposed stonework welcome diners into the charming Brasserie, that is open all day for friends, colleagues or just about anyone who'd like to catch up on some food, drink and friendly banter. Learn more

Ox Pasture Hall has made quite a name for itself as one of those few luxury country house hotels that instils a feeling of striking freshness yet oozing rustic charm and style. Log burner, beamed ceiling and exposed stonework welcome diners into the charming Brasserie, that is open all day for friends, colleagues or just about anyone who'd like to catch up on some food, drink and friendly banter.

Their menu is relatively easier on the wallet when compared to the restaurant's, but the cooking is no less appealing and remains attuned to the seasons. A meal that could start with pressed ham hock terrine or tomato and goats' cheese tartlet, followed by chicken and mushroom pie, lamb shank, or grilled calves' liver with sage and onion mash, crispy bacon and red wine sauce. For dessert there may be a creamy mango rice pudding or white chocolate crème brûlée with shortbread biscuit.

British, Casual, Gastropub

£16.00£24.00

Four Seasons Restaurant at Wrea Head Hotel

Barmoor Lane, Scarborough, YO13 0PB [Map]

Traditional

N/AN/A

Restaurant at The Anvil Inn

Main Street, nr Scarborough, YO13 9DY [Map]

Gastropub

£14.00£30.00

ASK Italian - Scarborough

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North Wharf, South Bay Sandside, Scarborough, YO11 1PP [Map]

For some time I made the mistake of thinking that no group of restaurants in the region of 200 locations could hope to maintain the quality for which I was looking. Then one day I decided to put my prejudices to the test, walked into Oxford ASK Italian! and discovered that I could not have been more mistaken. Learn more

For some time I made the mistake of thinking that no group of restaurants in the region of 200 locations could hope to maintain the quality for which I was looking.

Then one day I decided to put my prejudices to the test, walked into Oxford ASK Italian! and discovered that I could not have been more mistaken. Their claim to serve freshly prepared quality food in stylish and comfortable surroundings with friendly and efficient service proved to be absolutely spot on.

Since then I have also discovered that a degree of consistency seems to operate throughout their restaurants, and that certainly does take some achieving, implying a degree of management that is enviable. They are perfect places for an impromptu snack, a bit of culinary grazing, or the full works, and families are catered for particularly well.

Their trendy décor usually comprises tiled floors and black furniture with well set tables that sparkle with glass, silver and spotless linen. Ten starters include crostini and bruschetta, followed by a range of salads, pasta and al forno, oven baked pasta, some with chicken.

The pizzas are stone baked in the oven, creating a crisp, authentic and delicious flavour, and they all come topped with mozzarella and tomato. Calzone introduce a touch of opulence with a folded pizza baked in the oven and topped with garlic butter and melted grana padano, whilst inside expect to find chicken or a vegetarian mix.

Amongst the specials may I warmly, in every sense, recommend the polpette al forno, a popular Milanese dish of beef meatballs sautéed in garlic with fire roasted peppers, caramelised onions, chilli and pomodoro sauce, with penne pasta, topped with cheese and oven baked.

An enticing selection of desserts list banoffee pie and tiramisu amongst them, and the coffee tastes like coffee, which may sound banal, but I guess you know what I mean.

Thanks to a well selected wine list speculative drinking can offer handsome dividends, even with prices rarely crossing the £20 barrier.

Pizza & Pasta

£14.00£27.00

Le Chat Noir

10 Eastborough, Scarborough, YO11 1NW [Map]

British

£6.00£22.00

The Green Room Restaurant

138 Victoria Road, Scarborough, YO11 1SL [Map]

International

£28.00£35.00

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The Copper Horse

Scarborough

Located in the scenic village of Seamer on the North Yorkshire coast, the Copper Horse Restaurant and luxury cottages presents the modern and traditional British food prepared using the best of Yorkshire ...