Average price £35
Bookable Afternoon Tea (from 5th January) £39.95
Elegant surroundings, attentative staff
Cold Bath Road,
Average price £15
You would think you were in Spain. I loved the wine list...
17 Cheltenham Parade,
Average price £20
Great food with a lot of options!...
23 Cheltenham Crescent,
Average price £30
I had moussaka and a glass of wine. Very good value
Average price £30
Went for lunch this week with a friend...
8 Regent Street,
Average price £25
Busy with lots of people celebrating and eating good food
201 Harrogate Road,
Average price £16
Me and my friends love the Toby Carvery at Chapel Allerton
Clevedon House, Ben Rhydding Drive,
Average price £29
Festive Menu 2 courses £27.5
Warmly welcomed offered choice to sit inside or on terrace
Visitors have long flocked to historic Harrogate for the area’s healing spa. Nowadays, it’s not just the waters that draw crowds: also popular are the Royal Horticultural Society’s Harlow Carr Gardens, along with the many excellent boutiques and restaurants in Harrogate.
When it comes to the area’s eateries, Harrogate restaurants offer an eclectic mix of chain and independent venues. Locally, Harrogate is Yorkshire’s go-to destination for upmarket shops and gourmet restaurants.
Just outside Harrogate, get a warm rural welcome at The Pine Marten. This pub and restaurant is housed in an impressive historic country residence.On the menu, look out for modern British favourites with Mediterranean influences. Delicious dishes include a generous selection of fired pizzas, grill meats, and pasta dishes like tiger prawn and chorizo linguine.
In central Harrogate, head to Sasso for authentic Italian flavours. Just minutes from Harrogate train station on foot, this Mediterranean marvel has several menus filled with tasty treats, spanning from slow-roasted lamb shank, to panna cotta with cantuccini crème Anglaise. Sasso has an extensive wine and champagne list to match its gourmet food menus.