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The Living Room - York

Address: 1 Bridge Street
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01904461000
Site: www.thelivingroom.co.uk
Cuisines: European, Specific Menus

The Blue Bicycle
Located near York Minster, The Blue Bicycle has become one of York's dining landmarks. With a French style English menu heavily weighted towards fish dishes, an unpretentious, welcoming atmosphere, professional French waiters, and charming decor, it is no wonder this eaterie is often packed. The downstairs is particularly romantic and atmospheric -- it is allegedly a former brothel and the decor is true to it's blue period. Menu favourites include the chef's own spicy fish cakes with pineapple salsa, and grilled scallops with sweet chilli sauce to start, followed by a steaming bowl of monkfish and prawn chowder, or tuna with red onion, lime and coriander salsa.
Address: 34 Fossgate
Price range: Lunch - £18 (€25)
Cuisines: Other

The Lime House
The Lime House is a delightful place to eat, meet and be merry. Excellent food & wine & a relaxed and friendly atmosphere are complemented by welcoming staff, soft candlelight & intimate jazz music. The regularly changing menu has an international flavour and all dishes are prepared freshly to order. Veggie choices too, and a short, punchy wine list. A great culinary experience.
Address: 55 Goodramgate
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: World

One of York’s best restaurants, the DCH sits opposite one of Europe’s most magnificent Gothic cathedrals, York Minster. Not that you have to look outside for stunning views. Inside, digital wallpaper displays magnified images of the historic stonework. And polished oak tables are impeccably arranged with beautiful big wine glasses and ergonomic designer cutlery. Star of the show, however, is Andrew Bingham award-winning seasonal Modern English cooking. Expect wonderful local produce such as Yorkshire beef, York blue cheese, and fish from Grimsby and Whitby.
Address: Dean Court Hotel, Duncombe Place
Price range: £25 (€35)
Cuisines: Other

The Ridings Restaurant
With such a teriffic view over the race course, it is no wonder this restaurant is named The Ridings. Start with a drink in the lounge conservatory, then move on to your meal in the informal, relaxed restaurant. Discreetly divided into three dining areas, the restaurant is perfect not only for romantic couples, but also for corporate diners. The traditional European menu offers starters like classic smoked salmon or parfait of home-smoked mussels with olive oil, dressed oak leaves and salmon eggs, followed by oven-roasted individual joint of lamb with lavender garlic crust and berry reduction, or confit of duck on a bed of champ with sage jus. Good vegetarian selection, daily choice of sweets.
Address: The York Marriott Hotel , Tadcaster Road
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Thai, European

The Living Room - York
The Living Room York is situated on the first floor within the new riverside Merchant Exchange development on Bridge Street adjacent to the Ouse Bridge. With fabulous views across the river Ouse, it has quickly become a favourite neighbourhood hangout in the city centre. Dine on a range of affordable hit dishes such as the crispy duck wrap, sea bass on a bed of ratatouille and wild rocket, and Thai salmon fishcakes. Drinks go down just as well as the food, probably because there’s always something new to try from the monthly beer, wine and cocktails list.
Address: Merchant Exchange, 1 Bridge Street
Price range: £25 -£34
Cuisines: Fusion

Ate O'Clock
toptable Dining Awards 2007 - Runner-up: Best Ambience category

Nestling down an alley in the centre of York you’ll find Ate o’Clock restaurant. This 40 seater eating establishment opened in September 2005 – the first go-it-alone venture for Kenny Noble – a well known chef in York. The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. The menu is Mediterranean using fresh, local produce, and features lots of old favourites and plenty of twists to keep it interesting.
Address: 13A High Ousegate, City Centre
Price range: £35b and under
Cuisines: Mediterranean

The Blackwell Ox Inn
toptable Dining Awards 2007 - Runner-up: Best Service & Best Loos categories

The Blackwell Ox Inn restaurant in Sutton on the Forest near York is a comfortable, relaxing restaurant that takes food very seriously indeed. The Head Chef roots his vibrantly flavoured French-based cuisine in absolutely topnotch quality, utter simplicity and honesty in cooking. Set in a 200-year-old former house, the bar and dining room are intimate and traditional, with smart, comfortable furnishings, open fires and hand-pulled ales. Just fifteen minutes outside York, the village of Sutton on the Forest is a charming place to explore, as hordes of diners do after indulging in the Sunday lunch menu.
Address: Huby Road, Sutton on the Forest
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: British

The Durham Ox
Nestled in the beautiful countryside just outside of York, The Durham Ox has been named one of the top country pubs in Britain by The Times. No surprise when you learn that this is a gastropub with the full package. Historic building? Check! This is a three hundred year old building. Surroundings to die for? Check! In the heart of Herriot Country the pub enjoys stunning views over the Vale of York. Friendly and comfortable? Of course…the dining room is sophisticated but cosy while the bar is a traditional country pub with all the trimmings. Great British Food? What else? The menu is packed with Yorkshire beef, local vegetables and British classics while the specials menu allows you to eat seasonally. Fantastic Sunday Lunch? Do you really need to ask…
Address: Westway, Crayke
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other

The Court
The Court Bistro restaurant in York’s Dean Court Hotel, practically touching York Minster, is a fab new concept in dining. In this smart, modern bistro you can choose to sprawl and graze on squashy sofas and low tables, relax in stylish club chairs, or dine properly at table. The menu features both light bites and more substantial dishes overseen by head chef Andrew Bingham, with Sticky Fingers at the top of the charts, a platter of bbq-spiced spare ribs, chilli chicken winglets, lamb koftas, garlic bread and coleslaw. The Court Bistro’s special coeliac menu is an absolute hit, too. Drinks include more than twenty wines by the glass, local microbrews and international beers. Spiffy service, too.
Address: Best Western Dean Court Hotel, Duncombe Place
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Other

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