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We are here as a family of five for Sunday lunch. It is a pub downstairs and restaurant upstairs, as you would expect decor wise with a pub feel. Friendly staff and probably one of the best Sunday roasts I’ve had. The beef was superb,...More
We were a party of five for late(ish) lunch on a cold Sunday in York.
We have previously been in for drinks and nibbles in the bar downstairs and liked the atmosphere.
The place is warm and inviting with a rustic and quirky old interior...More
Great food and service.
The restaurant is cosy, warm and classy. We will certainly be back.
We wanted to try somewhere new, and we now have somewhere we will visit regularly.
The value is great, well worth the money.
4 of us had Sunday lunch her recently. Nice friendly staff at this pub, which has a restaurant upstairs.
We had a variety of the food on offer and everyone seemed relatively happy.
My feelings were that the beef was some of the best I’ve...More
Great welcome and lovely athletically pleasing environment. Zac was a superb friendly host who looked after us for most of the evening. The dinner was delicious and there was plenty. Decent price for meal. We did find that the olives were a little soft and...More
As the title says, it's just great food. Always a table available, staff are always friendly and polite. Often oddly empty considering how amazing the food is, but that just makes it feel even more like you've found a hidden gem!
Did not eat here but the beer is worth the visit....trouble is there are so many fab real ale places in York but is worth hunting out this place. I noticed my beer was cloudy and took a sip but was too busy talking to...More
Visited here with my partner and tried a pint of 'Blitzen' which was a light bodied smooth ale brewed locally in Yorkshire, other local ales where available. Friendly staff and cosy atmosphere. Worth a sit down inbetween shopping.
After a lot of searching online for someone to have a Sunday lunch I came across the chopping block. I rang and booked a table for Sunday afternoon. The restaurant itself is very nice and welcoming. We went for the set three course lunch at...More