Restaurants in York
Yorkshire is renowned for its great food and good produce, and York being the capital, has the best location to take full advantage of the best ingredients and produce on offer. York no longer only caters to traditional English cuisine, the city has become more cosmopolitan and embraced European culture. A variety of great York restaurants have opened. Also citizens no longer only enjoy the local traditional ale houses, taverns and good pubs – as the variety of restaurants have become more exciting and eclectic, so have the places to drink and have a good time.
York is the foodie capital of the county. This is a city where the traditional meets the contemporary; a place where you can enjoy everything from a proper Sunday roast with all the trimmings at one of the gastro pubs in York, to modern British cuisine created by chefs at award winning York restaurants. When the lights go down, the city bursts into life with amazing continental-style wine bars, riverside terraces, real ale pubs and nightclubs. Italian, Asian, British, Mediterranean, South American – to walk the streets of York really gets your appetite going. Whether it's local recipe British gastro pubs or a taste of Europe, York will delight and leave you feeling extremely satisfied.
Adam & Catherine Fisher's award winning restaurant is situated in the picturesque centre of York, 2 minutes away from York Minster & The Shambles. Over the last ten years they have created a special reputation for excellence, with outstanding food being complemented by a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Nestled between York Minster and Monk Bar "Little Italy" was established by owners Andrea & Mandy Gaias in January 1992, and as a result of endless dedication have built up an enviable reputation as one of York's finest Italian restaurants offering gourmet cuisine to satisfy the most discerning tastes. Andrea has 30 years of catering experience and his passion for good food is reflected in his restaurant menu, he also hosts regular cookery demonstration evenings.
Rustique was established in 2004 in the former Francois Restaurant Bistro on Castlegate in York. It specialises in rustic French cooking in a busy, vibrant upbeat Bistro atmosphere, offering a large and varied selection of meat and fish dishes cooked traditionally, using local products. A wide range of French and New World wines have been carefully selected to complement your food. The long awaited new Rustique in York is now open, located on Lendal in the former York Antique Centre.