Discover Restaurants offering the best British food in Hornsea, England, United Kingdom. Hornsea is a small seaside resort, town and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The settlement dates to at least the early medieval period. The town was expanded in the Victorian era with the coming of the Hull and Hornsea Railway in 1864.
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4 based on 160 reviews
We mustâve driven by this little gem at least 200 times and never stopped in, Iâm glad we did now! Itâs a quaint little country village pub which was really busy but the super friendly staff helped us get sorted and couldnât have looked after us better if they tried. The cask ale was Timothy Taylor Landlord and was immaculate, properly looked after and they had a good choice of draught overall, all about average price. The food was out of this world delicious, to quote my wife and all I can say is wow!! Our family where over the moon too. The specials board was full, I had the ribeye from it, which was cooked just right with homemade chips! The wife had a cod dish also from the board and just wonât shut up about how good it was especially the sauce!! True fresh veg cooked properly. My cousin and his wife had the biggest piece of the best homemade steak pie ever and a homemade buttermilk chicken burger which was huge and fantastic!! I managed to catch the chef as he was getting a drink to thank him for making our year and he was very nice and polite and humble. The only downside which we can understand due to harvesting season was the flies, not loads but they were buzzing around We will be back, canât wait! Thank you.
4 based on 90 reviews
My daughter took me here for breakfast for my birthday. Friendly staff and good atmosphere. Food was well prepared and presented and tasted lovely. I had the full English breakfast and my daughter had poached eggs and mushrooms with hollandaise sauce which she thoroughly enjoyed. If youâre in the area I recommend a visit.
4 based on 90 reviews
Called in for fish and chips whilst visiting Hornsea today. Great view over the promenade and the sea. Seating at a window bar and a small metal table outside. Large @Â£8 reg @Â£6 and a pensioners special too served. Pleasant friendly chatty staff. Also sells drinks and ice creams and usual chippy style foods. Bins available for the rubbish too. Great portion and tasted lovely. Parking outside for 1 hour and no return in 1 hour. Well done and will definitely call in again.
4 based on 277 reviews
Dog friendly, vegan friendly, Coeliac friendly and of course everyone friendly dining pub and tearoom with Fancia Cuppa at our Stables Tearoom. Multi-award winning Wrygarth Inn, in 2019 we won the Best Bar None awards night outright beating multi-national
From the beginning of our visit to the end, the staff at Wrygarth Inn couldnât have done enough for you. The food tasted amazing, lovely homemade chips. And all at such a reasonable price. You also get free mini golf too with the kids meals, which both the little kids and the big kids (adults) enjoyed! If we visit this area again we will definitely be returning!
4 based on 106 reviews
We dined here tonight during a midweek break in Yorkshire & found the food here Excellent! We'd definitely return again!It's friendly & the food is excellently priced & great value for money.For Mains we ordered the "Chicken Breast in Pepper Sauce" & the "Chicken Burger" ... portion sizes here are enormous & the food is piping hot & very tasty.
4 based on 69 reviews
found this place on TripAdvisor so wanted to give it a godefinitely not a five star experiencehad half a cup of tea as host only filled it half full, forgot our cake had to ask for it, kitchen doors clearly left open and the whole place smelt of cooking fat.hostess on the till seemed to be clueless and flustered and asked another member of staff to "take this blokes money" food looked like it had been bought from coop and served upwon't be going back I am sorry that you thought your visit to us was only average. We always try our hardest to exceed our customers expectations. Unfortunately on the day you visited the server working had only been with us a few weeks and is still finding her feet which is probably why she appeared to be âclueless and flustered.â I am sure had you asked she would have gladly filled or refilled your teapot for you to ensure you had a full cup or more, and this is probably also the reason why she asked another member of staff for help. I agree this could have been dealt with in a more professional manner.We are predominantly a breakfast cafe and serve lots of cooked breakfasts everyday and sometimes the smell does escape a little into the customer area. As we are limited on space we use a sliding door for the kitchen and therefore at busy times this is left open for ease of service.I can also assure you that none of our food is bought in The Co-operative or Tesco and âserved upâ. Wherever possible all our food is homemade. You had two cold sandwiches that were made to order for you, they were served with Pipers Hand cooked crisps and homemade pink coleslaw. The cake you had was made from scratch by myself on the premises. I am sorry we did not have pickles available to you but, as that is a very rare request, for us to ensure freshness we choose not to offer these.Kate
4 based on 264 reviews
I visited here with my partner and his Grandma on a Sunday afternoon. I had fishcake and chips with a side of bread and butter, and some tartare sauce. I donât like peas so my partner had those with his meal instead. My meal cost Â£6.95 and my Fanta cost Â£1.95. My partner had large cod and chips for Â£9.95 and his Grandma had small fish and chips for Â£8.25. There is a varied menu and they also do a senior special and puddings.All of the food was tasty, it was very filling and the service from the lady was 5*.
4 based on 197 reviews
Been for our usual coffee today with friends. I am absolutely appalled by dog owners behaviour allowing their dogs on the seats, on the tables and continual barking. For goodness sake what is wrong with these people are they unable to control their dogs or do they not care about other people without dogs . There is absolutely no consideration for others and this appears to be the norm at the weekends.Come on staff get to grips with this menace or you will be losing customers .
4 based on 796 reviews
Geoff Whitehead says "All our fish and chips are served fresh, for a taste you'll want to come back for again and again". Whitehead's - East Yorkshire's first MSC certified sustainable fish and chip shop - is set a stones throw from the Yorkshire seafront
Fantastic fish and chips. Coming from Grimsby I am used to good fish and chips but this place was one of the best I have ever tasted.The fish actually tasted like fish, it had flavour, unlike many that serve Haddock.Chips we cooked great.Portion size was more than enough and I am not a thin lad.My young daughter had a cod fish Finger which was home made, she ate all of it and most of her chips.Staff we so helpful, polite and quick too.Layout is modern, clean and spacious.Excellent value for money and will be returning again
4 based on 264 reviews
Traditional village pub offering home cooked food every Wednesday to Sunday, local and national real ales, a high quality wine list and a well stocked bar. Monthly quiz night and live music nights.
Having worked solidly all day on a friendâs garden, we were exhausted and looking forward to a nice meal out. Our friends had been there at Christmas and said the food was excellent. We were not disappointed.We hadnât booked a table but it wasnât a problem. A nice specials board inspired my taste buds. The dining area itself lacks a bit. Spotlessly clean, modern but a bit too clinical for my taste. But the food.....!!!!! I ordered spare ribs off the main menu for my starter. Followed by the sword fish fillets in a cream, garlic and spinach sauce with new potatoes from the specials board. The ribs were utterly divine. 5 meaty ribs in lots of a finger licking tasty, kick of spice sauce. They were piping hot too. So nice to get a bowl of water with a slice of lemon in to rinse my fingers!! Not everywhere does that. I could have had another bowl of ribs and been truly replete without even trying the swordfish!! I gave two of the ribs to hubby and friend just to keep space for my main course. Iâm so glad I did!The sword fish arrived, a fabulous plate of food. This chef knows how to make amazing sauces. Meaty, firm and moist swordfish atop beautiful new potatoes bathed in a fabulous sauce. Lovely seasonal vegetables to accompany the plate. I was so full I had to give one of the fillets to hubby.Iâd have loved a dessert- could see a list of specials including Bakewell tart ... but ... I was so full I couldnât have done it justice. The prices were remarkable! Swordfish for Â£12.50?!! Steak was Â£16.95. Very very reasonable for this excellent eatery. Staff were friendly, helpful and attentive. Nice modern toilets, ample parking. Spoke to the chef on the way out and thanked him for a superb meal. He seemed really pleased we had thought to tell him so. Please can I come back!!! Thank you for taking to time to write such a fantastic review. We are all really pleased you enjoyed your visit and we look forward to seeing you again soon :)
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