Cafes and Delis in York
York is renowned for serving up quintessentially English afternoon tea at cafés and tearooms across the city. Within the City Walls you can enjoy luxurious luncheons in historic buildings, decadent fresh roast coffee, homemade cakes and, for the ultimate decadent treat, a splash of Champagne. From street cafés to world famous Bettys tearooms, you're never far from a relaxing pit stop in York.
York is famed for its heritage, tourists and tea-rooms. Scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find a booming speciality coffee scene. A coffee trawl is a great way to get to know the city, with terrific shots to be found in an ancient 14th Century tower and a 16th Century gatehouse, among other places.
ONCE upon a time, coffee was a simple mundane drink. Today, café-goers are spoilt for choice, and York is at the forefront of a revolution. Over the past few years, numerous independent venues have opened across the city, offering unprecedented choice. Gordon Howell runs Cafe Harlequin and The Attic in King's Square. Steve Dyson runs Spring Espresso in Fossgate. Both are multi-award winners, so it goes without saying that their own cafés are worth a visit.
Bennett's Cafe & Bistro is located in the heart of York, right on the doorstep of the majestic York Minster, it's the perfect spot for people watching, taking a break from sightseeing or shopping, enjoying a pre-theatre meal or just relaxing with friends over wine and dinner. During the day it's a friendly bustling Cafe serving teas, coffees, homemade cakes, scones, sandwiches and breakfasts, whilst Tuesday-Saturday nights it transforms into a cosy, candlelit bistro serving locally sourced, delicious evening meals accompanied by a great selection of wines. Next time you're in York we hope you'll call in, we look forward to seeing you.
Welcome to Goji Cafe a Vegetarian Cafe, Restaurant, Deli & Take-away in York. Much of our food is also Vegan. Our Vegetarian Cafe and Restaurant is located within the historic city walls of York on Goodramgate, just a short walk from York Minster. Our head chef Wendy first came to North of England to study painting over thirty years ago !