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The Royal Oak (Harrogate)
Welcome to the Royal Oak in Burton Leonard. A traditional country village pub with a great selection of home cooked dishes, using quality ingredients, locally sourced where available, all providing good value for money.We have a large beer garden for when the weather is pleasant, an open fire for when it isn't, two seperate dining area, good choice of cask ales and fine wines.Tuesday - Friday we serve Lunch (12-1.30) Choose a Light lunch from £3.95 or a Main Course from £5.95 Dinner (6.30-9) offers a Two course manu @£12.50 plus a la carte specialsTry our Sunday Lunch £12.75 for 2 courses or £14.95 for all 3.We look forward to seeing you soon!
Palm Court Cafe
At Palm Court Café we aim to offer excellent home-prepared food and a fine range of drinks in a relaxing atmosphere. We always have a broad selection of light meals and snacks as well as hot and cold meals and an ever-changing choice of own-made sweets and desserts.Our regular menu is complemented by a frequently changing ‘centre spread' of sandwiches, toasties and wraps whilst our Specials menu boards carry a range of fulfilling and tasty meals such as luxury lasagne, stuffed baked vegetables, frittata and risottos.Many of our dishes include ‘free-from' ingredients and are suitable for special diets, whilst our take-out menus offer a great choice for business lunches, nibbles in the office or a full picnic including an assortment of sandwiches, snack bites and salads to provide you with a healthy meal break.Many of the meals off our Regular and Specials Menus as well as our freshly-prepared soups can be bought to take home, or we can create and prepare meals just for you and your family to enjoy at home.We have a delightful function room available for hire, capable of accommodating around 36 people. We can also cater for events away from Palm Court at a venue of your own.Located in the delightful Montpellier Quarter, above Farrah's Food Hall, in Harrogate's town centre, close to the Harrogate's International Conference Centre and Valley Gardens.Palm Court is open seven days a week from 10am to 4.30pm (9.00am to 5.00pm on Saturdays), so, whatever the reason, whether it be a treat for a loved one, an afternoon break after a hard day's shopping or to join your colleagues for a business lunch, pop into Palm Court for some great tasting food and drink
Le Jardin Cafe and Petit Bistro is situated in an enviable position in the centre of Harrogate, overlooking Montpellier Gardens, open for lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals.Le Jardin offers a warm and comforable intimate venue offering a superb menu selection, a set menu option and an excellent wine choice.All food is traditional homecooked food which is of both excellent value and quality, made from locally sourced produce. A must to try is our homemade Quiche, Fishpie and roast vegetable lasagne. Our homemade desserts are delicious and our secret family recipe ice-cream is becoming a legend in itself!Our bistro is popular for private parties of upto 35 people. Phil and Melanie look forward to meeting and welcoming both visitors to Harrogate and new and old friends of Le Jardin.
Zolsha - Knaresborough
Zolsha Restaurant has always been the dream of an 18-year-old boy, Tufail Miah, who decided within six months of working as a porter in his initial job, that he wanted to open his own restaurant.We have been nominated for customer excellence and also been awarded the best restaurant in 2008 by quality foodsAt the age of 18, the dream was realised with the opening of a restaurant, seating 80, on Castle gate, Knaresborough called ‘The Spice Merchant’. Since then, through sheer enthusiasm, determination and hard work, the restaurant had been very successful, always going from strength to strength, however due to some complications with his joint partner he decided to sell his share thus the dream remained just a dream.After working elsewhere for a while, He still didn’t want to give up so he decided to again embark on another business. In winter 2007, He launched Zolsha restaurant in Knaresborough, a few streets away from his previous Restaurant. This was going to be his dream accomplished! The name ‘Zolsha’ is a word widely known as a ‘place of gathering’ in Bengali language and thus he thought what better name for a restaurant!Whilst the food at the restaurant is outstandingly consistent, the restaurant also has its own themed design. The restaurants have been designed to provide a contemporary atmosphere and carry a certain aura which is no less than being in any major city in the world.Ever since the opening of Zolsha, It has gained a huge reputation for its high quality cuisine, vibrant atmosphere and first class service and even old customers from his previous restaurant are now regulars to this one. The Restaurant has already been nominated for the customer Excellence Award and is in the finalists.