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Posted 22 March 2011 - 10:02 PM

Going to spend a week in July in Yorkshire in a cottage near Whitby. Any good ideas for meals?
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Posted 23 April 2011 - 08:40 PM

Going to spend a week in July in Yorkshire in a cottage near Whitby. Any good ideas for meals?

It was a couple of years ago when we were last there but The Fox and Hounds at Goldsborough was superb. We were especially disappointed with Greens in Whitby, more style than substance. There are reviews on my website, just remember that the majority of the places visited weren't 'fine dining' establishments, just MOR places to eat.
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Posted 23 April 2011 - 09:50 PM

Thank you! We're not looking for fine dining: just good food. Can't afford fine dining, anyway.
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Posted 24 April 2011 - 02:07 AM


Going to spend a week in July in Yorkshire in a cottage near Whitby. Any good ideas for meals?

It was a couple of years ago when we were last there but The Fox and Hounds at Goldsborough was superb. We were especially disappointed with Greens in Whitby, more style than substance. There are reviews on my website, just remember that the majority of the places visited weren't 'fine dining' establishments, just MOR places to eat.


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Posted 28 April 2011 - 09:20 PM



Going to spend a week in July in Yorkshire in a cottage near Whitby. Any good ideas for meals?

It was a couple of years ago when we were last there but The Fox and Hounds at Goldsborough was superb. We were especially disappointed with Greens in Whitby, more style than substance. There are reviews on my website, just remember that the majority of the places visited weren't 'fine dining' establishments, just MOR places to eat.


Wow, where have you been all this time??

Pure coincidence, I was looking for a contact to another long time gone member and saw foodies52 post.
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Posted 09 July 2011 - 07:35 AM

Ate at Quayside in Whitby and had good fish and chips. Once a year is enough, though! Nice pickled onions.
We stayed with a friend in Glaisdale which is a tiny village in a dale. This village has the BEST butcher shop. Family owned for 60 or so years. We enjoyed steak (their own cattle), leg of lamb and house made pork pies.
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