Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in Northallerton. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you.. Northallerton (/ˌnɔːrˈθælərtən/ nor-THAL-ər-tən) is a market town and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England. It lies in the Vale of Mowbray and at the northern end of the Vale of York. It has a population of 15,741 according to the 2001 census. It has served as the county town of the North Riding of Yorkshire and since 1974, of North Yorkshire. The population of Northallerton was 16,832 in 2011.
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4 based on 201 reviews
Booked a table for dinner on a Friday evening in this old coaching inn. Started in the large bar where there was a good selection of ales on tap. Dining room was starting to fill up. Staff were very good looking after the customers and there was a convivial atmosphere. There are several menus/options so definitely something for all tastes. We ordered a risotto, a tagliatelle and a salmon teriyaki. All were freshly prepared, tasty and hot. We just about had room for a couple of chocolate sundaes for dessert which were to die for. Very pleasant evening at a reasonable price.
4 based on 345 reviews
Tried their Afternoon Tea. Plenty to eat, and good quality. It was a shame that I could only select two types of sandwich filling, although I suppose the bonus was that you could actually select the fillings.Service was very good.The price, however, was far too much for what you get - but this seems to be the case in most places now.
4 based on 334 reviews
My husband & I visited this morning Sunday 22/9/19 - we always consider it a treat. NO NO NO! We always enjoy sitting at a table preferably near a window, we always order the same things - a strong cuppa & toast for hubby & a hot chocolate plus toasted tea loaf for me. Today we were informed that we had to find a table, look at the menu, go to the serving desk to order & pay WHAT?!? Our love of the tearoom includes politely being led to a table, our order being taken by one of your lovely staff then after enjoying the lovely food/drinks going to the pay desk where one of your staff always politely asks if everything was ok. Today the lady & gentleman serving were lovely as always but our visit didnât feel the same, the experience was lacking something. Where the pay desk used to be now has an extra bench & table, there was a set of red curtains at the end wall pinned together obviously hiding something - it looked amateurish & unprofessional. Youâre nor a coffee shop, youâre a traditional tea room. If we had wanted a coffee shop/ cafe there was plenty of choice outside. Why make these changes? Itâll be self service next! Cosy up your tea room again - get rid of plain boring beige walls, boring beige table covers etc. YOU HAVE LOST YOUR SPARKLE!Please bear with us we're the same people ,with the same service and good quality food , we're just having a little change to see if we can improve our service even more.
4 based on 300 reviews
Called in on our way back from Epping.really good service My hubby had the Sunday roast and I had the scampi really nice food 2 course special we both chose to have the dessert .the staff were very nice and our food was served without any long wait ,we enjoyed it very much .we like the location not far off the motorway about 10 mins at the most .worth trying .we would go back again
4 based on 277 reviews
Finally visited after living near here for years and was well happy. We all shared a starter (3 of us) then had 3 different main courses which came out hot and looked good. Friendly staff and nice clean pub.
4 based on 333 reviews
Traditional Country Pub Restaurant.
I recently visited with a friend after recommendations from a couple of people. The pub is deceptively big and on entering i didn't realise the size of the restaurant at the back. The restaurant is a nice space, tables set at good distances so you dont feel on top of each other and the lighting was good for the atmosphere.I've got a sweet tooth so chose to have a main and pudding even though i had been told the chicken goujons were a must! For my main i had the Steak and Guinness pie and was not disappointed! It was full of meat, the pastry was nice and there was plenty of veg and mash on the side. My friend had a steak and enjoyed it. For my pudding i chose the chocolate orange cheesecake which i didn't overly enjoy. The flavour was there but I found the base to thick and the cheesecake a funny texture. My friend chose the sticky toffee pudding which she said was a bit dense.When i/we return i/we think i/we will try the recommended starters over a dessert!
4 based on 329 reviews
The Duke of Wellington re-opened as a real pub serving real food and real ale in 2010. Located in the village of Welbury, near Northallerton, the traditional pub dates back to the early 18th century. The interior has lots of features including real fires,
Stopped over at Courtyard rooms, part of the Duke of Wellington pub; clean place, friendly helpful staff - fab food! Can recommend stopping off the main road and finding this lovely place!
4 based on 246 reviews
We kept getting told how good The Crosby is so thought it about time we went to find out.The village itâs in is small but pretty. The Inn is on the Main Street. The staff were very welcoming and we sat at a table at the front of the pub.A very good lunch menu and thereâs a different one for the evening sitting. Lovely tempting specials on the board to which we both chose lightly battered salmon fishcakes with chips and salad. Oh my, they were delicious Lunch for 2 with drinks came to coppers over Â£30. Not at all expensive and freshly cooked. We will return and try dinner next time.
5 based on 262 reviews
The Horseshoe Inn is a small 300 year old village pub located in the village of West Rounton in North Yorkshire. We provide a friendly warm atmosphere with excellent food and real ales. All of our food is freshly prepared by our Chef who has a reputation
We hadn't booked for Sunday lunch but after a short time a very friendly lady found a table for us .The food was very good , fresh vegetables and homemade Yorkshire pudding , attentive service ,.We will be back .Thanks for your review and kind words, hope to see you again in the near future.
4 based on 285 reviews
The New Inn is a traditional country pub serving great food and real ale. The pub was refurbished and reopened in January 2013. It is a freehold pub, family owned and family friendly, just 3 miles west of Northallerton.The restaurant, to the rear of the p
No been for a while, donât know why. Decided to have Sunday lunch today and was reminded why this place is my favourite. Our table of 3 thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our meal. Food is lovely and hot which is so important. Pleased to see New Inn is number 1 rated in the town. Itâs always been the best in our opinion.Thanks for coming & don't forget where we are
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