Yorkshire is famed for its fabulous food heritage and we’re blessed to have a range of fabulous places to eat around the Club. The award winning Star At Sancton (on our doorstep) is a fine local pub run with heartfelt passion by chef Ben and his partner Lindsey. We have put together a list of our favourite places to eat around the area, all take food very seriously and all source the best local produce.
Top Ten Places To Eat
The Star @ Sancton
Our lovely, award winning local is just a few minutes’ drive from the Club, or 20 minutes’ walk if you’re keen! They serve delicious, locally sourced food (a world away from “pub grub”) and local micro beers in a relaxed and cosy environment. This fine pub is devoted to sourcing and using local produce and much of it comes from their own allotment garden and orchard. We have teamed up with Chef Ben to offer delicious Yorkshire suppers delivered straight to your suite.
Click here to see menus and book early – it’s a very popular place! (Closed Mondays)
Telephone: 01430 827269
The Pipe and Glass (Michelin star)
If you’re after something very special this Michelin starred pub must not be missed! This lovely 15th century coaching inn is an absolute delight, food is “posh rustic” and of course is sourced from the very best local suppliers. Closed on Mondays.
The Star Inn the City (York)
Newly opened in York this fabulous all day bistro has one of the finest positions in the city – perched between the Museum Gardens and the riverside. Chef Andrew Pearn owns the legendry Star Inn at Harome and held a Michelin Star for 10 years; he’s brought a taste of the Yorkshire countryside to the city along with a seriously chic, rustic vibe.
Telephone: 01904 619208
This rather special farm shop is just 5 minutes’ drive from the club, they serve breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas – much of the food is sourced from the Drewton Estate or their network of local farmers. Friday night is open for supper and well worth a visit – book early!
Telephone: 01430 425079
1884 Dock Street Kitchen
If you’d like something a bit more urban then visit this fabulous restaurant in the Marina in Hull. Chef James Allcock has modelled it on the meat packing district in New York.
Telephone: 01482 222260
Whites is a small, intimate restaurant in the heart of picturesque Beverley, run by Chef Patron John Robinson, it’s the town’s only Michelin and Good Food Guide rated restaurant. They make absolutely everything on site using locally sourced produce – a little gem! (Closed Sunday and Monday)
Telephone: 01482 866121
The Gallery in the nearby village of South Cave, by day it serves daily specials – paninis, homemade scones and teas and coffees. By night it’s transformed into an authentic Italian restaurant, serving stone baked pizzas and weekly specials, including fillet steak, fish and poultry dishes. They source locally and even use produce from their own garden – they also have a takeaway menu. Closed on Sundays.
Telephone: 01430 470042
Betty’s is a Yorkshire institution and you simply can’t visit York without at least popping in for a cuppa. The service and food are impeccable and they’re great with kids too. Opens from 9am to 9pm 7 days a week.
Telephone: 01904 659142
This delightful modern club overlooks the golf course at Kilnwick Percy and has stunning views of the Wolds. You can chill all day and enjoy the views – open for breakfast until late.
Telephone: 01759 303090
Ogino (Japanese Beverley)
This modern Japanese restaurant is a bit of a speakeasy – hidden away above a shop in Angel Square Beverley. Once inside it’s a revelation – food is a blend of authentic and modern Japanese and European flavours. (Closed Mondays)
Telephone: 01482 679500