Vivido is an Italian restaurant in the centre of Harrogate. Its white and orange facade can be seen from a distance, contrasting with the surrounding dark red brick exterior. When you walk in, you immediately feel as if you're on vacation. The restaurant opened in late 2008, and is very cheery, modern Mediterranean cuisine. The cheapest menu is the Early Birds menu, served until half past six, with two courses for £8, or any pizza or pasta for £5. This does not apply on weekends. The lasagna and beef cannelloni are both £8, with a delicious mushroom and Parmesan risotto for 9.50. The pizza is worth £7-8, or you can order a margarita and add any ingredient for 65 cents. Ideal for the whole family.
The Slug and Lettuce is a chain restaurant in the Montpellier neighborhood in Harrogate. The restaurant is housed in a beautiful old house, in front of Montpellier Hill Gardens. It is ideal for getting a snack there, an afternoon coffee or maybe even a glass of wine a little later at night. Sometimes they move a few tables outside, but there isn't much of a summer in Harrogate. If you go with a group of people they offer a private room where you can celebrate the occasion quietly in a room on the first floor. Same goes for corporate events. The menu is simple, it has English cuisine and also some oriental dishes like smoked stuffed peppers and rice with curry. The chicken tikka is very spicy! There are also Mediterranean dishes. On Monday make 50% discount on the food, and the weekend brunch is a 3-lb. Prices are lower with the crisis, and there is always available on our web
The Montpellier is an unoriginal name for this neighbourhood pub in Montpellier! Montpellier is one of the most beautiful places to visit because there are plenty of shops, restaurants and bars around. The city is dedicated to tourism and fun, so you'll always enjoy your stay in Montpellier. This is an old pub with a few tables outside to enjoy good weather. Inside, the décor is very cozy, with a fireplace, wood furniture and rugs on the floor. They serve pub food, like meat pies and homemade burgers, and the plates are generally accompanied by vegetables. There is a great selection of home-brewed ales. In general, the British are not going from pub to pub if they go out. They usually always go to the same pub, hence the family atmosphere where everyone knows everyone and they go to chat after work. The prices are reasonable.
San Martino is an Italian restaurant on Swan Road. It's a little bit far away from the heart of Harrogate, but it is located around several hotels and if you're staying in one of them then it's very conveniently located. The Mercer Art Gallery is right across from it. The restaurant has an early evening menu until 7:30, and it offers two courses for 12 pounds and three courses for £ 15. From this menu includes calamari starters, avocado and shrimp salad, vegetable soup ... Then follow with a paste beloñesa, or pasta with Amatriciana sauce, linguini with fish, spirals with vegetables .... The desserts are also good. The a la carte is a bit more expensive, the starters are 5-8 pounds and the second between 12 and 15 pounds.
The Orchid is the restaurant in the Studley Hotel, located on a quiet street just a little ways outside downtown Harrogate. It is a modern place with a lounge and fashionable music. The kitchen specialized in cuisine from Asian countries like Malaysia, Japan, and Singapore. You could call is pan-Asian. Outside, there's a terrace for when the weather permits outdoor dining. Examples of entrees (all between 6 and 10 pounds each) are Thai fish cakes, Japanese shrimp tempura, crispy fried shrimp, or Malaysian chicken satay. The seafood entrees are 15 pounds, and there is also meat, crispy duck, Philippine-style steak Tagalog, and others. It is a good place to try new flavors, and one of the best restaurants in town.
Joe Rigattoni is an Italian restaurant, situated right next to the Hotel St George in Harrogate. It is an old house that was renovated to make it a truly great restaurant that's spread out over two floors, plus a terrace for dining outside when the weather's nice. The dishes are "New York Italian" style. The most popular dishes there include spaghetti with meatballs, homemade burgers, and a wide selection of pizzas. Comes for £ 15 per person including drinks. At noon there is a dish plus drink deals for £ 8.
Christies is a pub in Harrogate, right in the heart of the city. There they broadcast games on their giant screen TV's and the place gets really packed at night. There are some tables you can sit at outside in the summer, and the pub has several rooms on the inside. In general, the pubs are in a whole house, where once on the first floor had a bed and Breakfast. This is built on the ground floor of a house, and there are apartments above normal.
The Casa Romana is one of the original Italian restaurants in Harrogate. Harrogate is a small town is famous for tourism and leisure, so it's not surprising that it has a number of good places to eat. The Casa Romana was been around for 26 years, and features Italian products displayed on the walls and Italian flags in the windows. The menu includes lamb kidneys (10 pounds), avocado with mozzarella and tomato (6 pounds), black pepper chicken (16 pounds), and a variety of pasta dishes for between 10-12 pounds. It is a bit pricey but most of the ingredients are imported from Italy. The pizzas cost around 10 pounds each and the best is the salami. Between 5 and 7 pm, there is a limited, fixed menu for 12 pounds which offers an appetizer, then a second of chicken, pasta, or pizza.
The Drum and Monkey is my all time favourite restaurant - I´ve been dining here for over thirty years! The atmosphere is fantastic and the food is to die for - queen scallops with garlic butter and cheese; seafood platter; lobster soup and the fish pie are amongst my favourites. Be warned - book in advance as it is a very busy restaurant. Enjoy!
If you are traveling in Yorkshire, northern England, you must try a full traditional breakfast at least once (and do it with style, where best ingredients are guaranteed). The Boar's Head Restaurant Hotel is the place of choice! It is possible to eat there even if you do not stay in the hotel. You'll enjoy a delicious buffet of sausages, bacon, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and eggs!