I am writing this review due to having had two bad experiences in a week. I visited mid week with a friend and bought a pot of tea for two which cost £4. For £4 we received a small pot of tea with one tea...More
Hello Alannah, You will be spoilt for choice coming to York! Beningbrough Home Farm shop is located several miles outside York (north side) and you will need a car to get there. It is a café and farm shop close to... More
Hello Alannah, You will be spoilt for choice coming to York! Beningbrough Home Farm shop is located several miles outside York (north side) and you will need a car to get there. It is a café and farm shop close to Beningbrough Hall which is a National Trust Property (and the café there does offer a "Sunday lunch" option and it changes with the seasons - generally about £10 per head just for a main course). They do hot and cold food but I have not yet seen a set "Sunday Lunch" option. It's really a café attached to a farm shop and it's not the first place I would think of for Sunday Lunch. It is said that there are so many pubs in York you can go to a different one every day of the year - and there are at least as many cafes and restaurants! Where you go will depend on what sort of food you want, if it has to be child friendly, require disabled access - your best bet would be to look at the Visit York website for recommendations. Sunday is a busy day in York added to that is the fact that towards the latter half of the month the Food Festival hits town. I may be biased (I live in Harrogate, the home of Bettys!) but you can't beat Bettys either on the square or Little Bettys on Stonegate for a lunch which covers most of the above requirements and also counts as a "treat". Also the café in the city art gallery is really lovely and an alternative to traditional "sunday lunch". I hope this helps or at least has given you some ideas.