One new restaurant recommendation

Today we had lunch at the The Crown Inn  Hutton Le Hole  arguably the prettiest village in North Yorkshire and a honeypot for tourists visiting the glorious North York Moors, Ryedale Folk Museum The Chocolate factory, scrummy ice cream and tea shops and the perfect place to amble through the picturesque village, lie on the huge green with the beck flowing gently though it and watch the world and his wife going by.

Danny and I met up with friends, frequent visitors to North Yorkshire and  they suggested The Crown which is just 15 minutes from Crag House Farm.

What a delight… I had melty in the mouth pink, soft Yorkshire beef Danny had a fab fresh Ploughman’s with added bonus a home made sausage roll.  The salad was zingy and fresh, we had sharing crunchy chips. With a varied menu from light bites, vegetarian to 28 day Yorkshire rump steak it was a perfect holiday lunch for us all and the Black Sheep draught beer was ‘spot on’ says Danny!

Fox and Hounds Goldsborough £££
“If there is one restaurant that can claim to be the best-kept secret in Yorkshire, this is it!”

Black Swan at Oldstead £££
Nationally acclaimed award-winning cuisine, Michelin Star for 5 years, recently achieving 28th in the Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants

The Star Inn Harome  £££
On the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, a couple of miles outside the market town of Helmsley.  Well established and well known chef Andrew Pern  runs this Michelin-starred Inn, in a  beautiful 13th century thatched building.  It  was my choice for my last birthday treat plus we called on spec just a few weeks ago and had a wonderful early supper in the bar

The Star In The City York ££
..Simple Yorkshire cooking with a taste of the countryside! Urban sister of the Harome Star

Jamie Oliver York ££
Situated in the heart of York in the historic Lendell Celler fun and trendy pre theatre

Spice 4 U Pickering £
Exceptionally lovely Indian cuisine

The Hare at Scawton  £££
13th Century Inn, 21st century Restaurant. With 3 AA rosettes high end dining in the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors near Helmsley

The Magpie Whitby ££
There is often a queue for this world famous hostelry always well worth the wait – but you can book. There is a good wine list too

The Pheasant Harome  ££
Lovely food in a perfect setting overlooking the village duck pond

Trenchers Whitby ££
Award winning: Fresh Whitby fish and cooked the Yorkshire way in traditional beef dripping.  Good wine list

White Horse and Griffin Whitby ££
A beautiful old smuggling Inn on the old side of town, if walls could talk! Choose either the Bistro or the ‘Upstairs Restaurant’, delicious local fresh produce

The Board Inn Lealholm  ££
This is one of our staples and quite quirky for the North York Moors! Just a few miles up the road in a picturesque village on the river Esk with stepping stones a village green

The Wheatsheaf Egton  ££
Lovely puddings!

Fox and Hounds Sinnington  ££
Our family frequent this lovely village Inn regularly!

The Blacksmiths Arms Lastingham ££
Great pub in a beautiful village, ideal walking fare

The Feathers Helmsley  £
A blend of historic charm and traditional Yorkshire hospitality in this charming Yorkshire  market town

The Black Swan Helmsley  ££
Right at the centre of this lovely market town 3 AA rosette restaurant with several seasonal individual dinner menus proud to have their food sourced locally

The Cod and Lobster Staithes  £

‘As close to the sea as you can get – the waves have tickled the bar on occasion’

Just close by are our lovely friendly locals in Castleton and Danby

Fox and Hounds Ainthorpe £

Duke of Wellington Danby £

Eskdale Inn Castleton £

Downe Arms Castleton £

Last but by no means least the Famous Old Drover’s Inn  on ‘Top of the Moor’ and a must visit!

The Lion Inn Blakey £