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The Shoulder of Mutton - Harrogate
Kirby Overblow
A warm welcome from David and Kate to The Shoulder Of Mutton, a traditional Pub Restaurant in Kirkby Overblow, near Harrogate North Yorkshire.Built in the 1880’s, The Shoulder of Mutton is steeped in history and retains all of it’s original charm and beauty whilst serving traditional homemade food, cask ales and fine wines.Once you have relaxed in the country pub and restaurant, you can browse in The Shoulder Shop which offers locally sourced meat, homemade pastries and cakes, delicious pickles, organic wines and much more to tickle your taste buds.If you have any questions the friendly and dedicated staff are always on hand to help so don’t hesitate to get in touch.The Shoulder of Mutton is a hidden gem in the breathtaking countryside of Harrogate and once you’ve been, you’ll understand why it’s one of the best places to visit in North Yorkshire.
Carriages
High Street
Welcome to Carriages Wine Bar and Restaurant on the high street in Knaresborough.We are well known for our cosy surroundings and excellent food, winning awards and accolades in National Newspapers such as The Times.Choose either from our tapas or a la carte menus, or join us for Sunday lunch to find out why we are held in such high regards.We look forward to seeing you soon.....
Wild
Harrogate
‘Wild’ restaurant is the brainchild of widely respected and critically acclaimed chef JimKey. Yorkshire Bramhope born Key is no stranger to creative dining. A finalist in “The GreatBritish Dish” TV series coming in the top 5 overall with his pistachio, cherry and goatscheese dessert, he was against some of the culinary world’s greats with 112 of the bestchefs and 42 of these chefs had Michelin stars.Jim has worked for some of the finest hospitality brands and highly acclaimed restaurantsaround the country. The Devonshire Arms in Bolton Abbey where he was first appointedHead Chef at the tender age of 21, The Vineyard in Newbury, Tyddyn Llan in Wales, TheChurch Green as Aiden Byrne’s Head Chef which was rated AA Restaurant of the Year. Often prominently featured in food guides and magazines, Key has received a great manyaccolades over the years for his culinary creations. His work commands an excellentreputation and a band of devoted followers in whichever kitchen he graces. However thistime, Jim is taking on the world on his own terms, and is setting his sights and standardsas highly as ever.With Key at the pass, Wild will redefine the fine dining experience, creating a genuine,honest and natural free flowing dining experience. The focus will be on using local innovativeingredients, unusual flavours and dishes that surprise and excite the diner. Simple, clean,seasonal and inspiring are some of the words that describe the dishes on offer.
So Bar & Eats Knaresborough
Knaresborough
A warm welcome from so Bar & Eats, we're based in the centre of Knaresborough, near the market. So! Bar is a fantastic venue whether you're just looking to have a drink or enjoy a fantastic meal out.Take a look at the menus and gallery and if you have any questions or queries just give us a call.We look forward to seeing you soon.
William and Victoria Wine Bar
Cold Bath Lane
William & Victoria is a family run restaurant and wine bar serving traditional British food in the heart of Harrogate. Owned and run by the Straker family for over 20 years, you are assured a warm welcome from David and his team whenever you visit.William & Victoria has developed a reputation for great food served in a relaxed and unfussy style, using only the freshest ingredients sourced locally whenever possible. We pride ourselves on good service and value for money.The upstairs restaurant has recently been refurbished and the menu fine tuned to make it ideal for that special occasion, whereas our downstairs busy ‘bistro style’ wine bar serves good wholesome food at reasonable prices.
Zolsha - Knaresborough
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.
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