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The Tannin Level
The Tannin Level, one of Harrogate's best-loved restaurants, has been tastefully refurbished, without losing the character and passion which has been it's hallmark for the past 30 years.With Michelin trained Dean Sowden conducting his kitchen and offbeat eccentric Victoria Gill co-ordinating front of house, brilliant wines and refreshments, coupled with fantastic atmosphere, this has to be the ultimate culinary experience in Harrogate.Dean's superb A La Carte menu combined with our lunch time and early evening offerings allow for singles, couples, groups and parties to revel in the relaxed tempo which will undoubtedly become "the best night out in Harrogate".We are passionate about serving tasty freshly prepared food and its provenance. At the Tannin Level we work with local Yorskhire farmers and suppliers to obtain the best quality seasonal produce - fish, game, lamb and beef, soft fruit, vegetables and farmhouse cheeses.We very much look forward to welcoming you soon.....
The Grantley Arms
The Grantley Arms is a fine old inn dating back to the late 1600's and set in the picturesque village of High Grantley on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, 3 miles from Fountains Abbey, approximately 5 miles from the Market Town of Ripon, known for it's beautiful Cathedral.Popular with locals and visitors alike, the pub's handsome decor and comfort are just two of it's many attractions adding to its warm ambience. The bar areas are spacious, the restaurant is air conditioned and can seat thirty people.The sun Terrace affords stunning views across the Yorkshire countryside with seating available for up to 50 people.Our RestaurantThe elegant air conditioned restaurant, with it's crisp linen cloths and intimate atmosphere is stylish and comfortable and offers the perfect setting for a sumptuous dining experience. Whether you want a two/three course Sunday Lunch or the fine dining of the Grantley Arms a la carte menu, there is something to suit everyone, with all the food freshly prepared from locally sourced produce. From the breads and chutneys to the soups and salads, everything you will find on the menu comes directly from the Grantley Arms' own kitchen, where it's two head chefs are on hand to create that something special.Why not celebrate your special occasion with us, we can cater for approximately fifty people on a set menu of your choice or up to one hundred people on a buffet style menu.The restaurant lends itself very well to corporate functions and local businesses are warmly invited to enquire about room hire and the catering options available.Menus Our belief is that if our Chef's are given the best produce available then they can present the best food on your plate. With this in mind we use the following fresh produce suppliers: -Hodgsons of Hartlepoolfor fresh Fish delivered daily.Hutchinson's of Ripleyfor fresh meat delivered daily. Peter Buck buys Beef from Falshaws farms at Masham. Pork from Taylors at Burton Leonard. Lamb from Nelsons at Killinghall. Free range Chicken from Fryers at Fellbeck, near RiponSunflour's of Grewelthorpefor FlourMetcalfe's near Riponfor Free range Eggs.Mackenzies SmokeHouse at Bubberhousesfor Smoked Salmon and Chicken.Holme Farmed Venison of Sherburn in Elmetfor Venison Haunch SteaksLishman's of Ilkleyfor Sausages, Black Pudding and Dry cured Smoked Bacon.Bland's of Riponfor fresh Fruit and Vegetables delivered daily.Archer's of Raintonfresh Asparagus (when in season).
William and Victoria Wine Bar
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.
Le Bistrot Pierre
Le Bistrot Pierre are a family of individual restaurants whose aim is to make everyday dining feel special.Situated in the heart of town, Le Bistrot Pierre is just a one minute walk from the Harrogate Theatre and the International Conference Centre, making it an ideal location for both local residents and visitors. Serving delicious French bistrot dishes, the food is not only affordably priced, it uses the finest quality ingredients too. Signature dishes include toasted brioche with a fricassée of mushrooms and crispy Alsace bacon, Scottish pastured fed 21 day-aged beef carpaccio with beetroot, crème fraîche and rocket salad, Suprême de poulet – chicken suprême with apples, Calvados, smoked bacon lardons and caramelised onion and Filet de loup de mer – Baked fillet of sea bass with sautéed mange tout, fine beans and peas, tossed in a light mint and lemon butter. The interior is welcoming with a classic French bistrot look and feel. The striking bar with glass gantry, oak beams, original French stone walls, one off furniture pieces, alfresco dining and vibrant colour scheme creates an unrivalled atmosphere to be enjoyed with friends and family.