Instagram for foodies – Yorkshire Coast
PUBLISHED: 00:00 10 March 2017
The Yorkshire coast is packed with foodie delights, so we’ve chosen some mouth-watering Instagram accounts dishing up some visual treats.
Quayside, Whitby - Winners of the Fish and Chip Shop of the year 2014, Quayside is a family run business that have been making delicious fish and chips for over three generations.
Taylors of Bar Street, Scarborough - Taylors of Bar Street is a quaint café and book shop where you can drink the finest coffee roasted by Stokes of Lincoln and feast on their tempting homemade modern cuisine.
Sandside Café, Sandsend - Soak up the stunning views of the Yorkshire coastline at Sandside Café whilst feasting on a delicious homemade crab sandwich and sipping on a fresh cappuccino.
Swell, Robin Hood’s Bay - Swell is a cosmopolitan café bar with a stunning sea view terrace where you can induldge on their selection of yummy dishes and fair-trade products.
Rusty Shears, Whitby - Rusty Shears is a quirky vintage inspired tea room serving up comforting homemade dishes and now stocking over 100 gins for that afternoon tipple.
The Copper Horse, Seamer - The food is certainly the main attraction at The Copper Horse as they have a menu packed full of seasonally inspired food featuring modern British and classic dishes along with a new grill section using the Bertha Oven.
Calf Café, Scarborough - Calf Café serves up delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes including tempting chocolate and raspberry cakes and vegan ice cream sundaes.
Bridge Cottage Bistro, Sandsend - Using modern techniques, Bridge Cottage serve up classic dishes with that fine dining edge using only local suppliers and products.
Wilds Bills @ The Funny Onion, Bridlington - This American themed grill and steakhouse serve up the classic dishes with a gourmet twists like hotdogs, burgers and classic New York cheesecake.
The Hare and Hound, Whitby - Hare and Hound is a traditional yet contemporary pub using locally sourced ingredients to create Great British pub classics…and of course not forgetting some good old locally sourced ale.
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