Cafés and tearooms
Fancy a spot of refreshment? Sit back, relax, and enjoy a ‘proper’ cuppa or perhaps treat yourself to a scrumptious high tea if you’re feeling fancy. With so many eating places to explore, make plans, meet friends, and enjoy the café culture delights of East Yorkshire.
Whether it’s delicious afternoon teas or superb truffle mash potatoes, there’s a great community of independent businesses in East Yorkshire’s cosmopolitan market towns that go hand in hand with an indulgent brunch and lunch culture in the area. Medieval Beverley, with its pavement seating in both Saturday and Wednesday Market areas is noted for a fine selection of cafes and tearooms.
Coffee and cake in the country
When you’re out and about walking or cycling on the Yorkshire Wolds Way there are no shortage of resting stops.
Drewton's, sited on an historic Roman kitchen, just on the edge of South Cave, provides a mouth-watering menu of freshly prepared meals, hearty breakfasts, a choice of afternoon tea options and delicious snacks to take away for those on the go and take away pizza for those wanting an easy meal in option. The Sunday lunches are very popular, and they often do themed event evenings if you’re staying in the area.
Near to Stamford Bridge in the Yorkshire Wolds, the Balloon Tree Farm Shop and Café is a delightful place to stop for a cuppa and a slice of their famous fresh fruit roulade. With its enclosed playground in beautiful, landscaped gardens it is ideal to enjoy a coffee while the little ones run off steam.
If you’re looking for a stop-off when you’re taking in the picturesque Huggate and the Yorkshire Wolds head to Rachel’s Walnut Cottage Tearoom. Here you can treat yourself to a refreshing cup of tea or ground coffee and an unmissable – and huge -home baked cake or scone. All served in and on vintage china!
Tea by the sea
For those who love to take their furry friends with them, the dog friendly Cow Shed at Fraisthorpe is a rustic but contemporary takeaway located down at the beach with panoramic views of Bridlington Bay. The food is cooked fresh to order using local suppliers and caters for vegans and vegetarians.
Mr Moo’s Ice Cream Parlour in Skipsea has over 30 flavours of ice cream to discover, all made on the farm using milk and cream from local dairy herds, adding only natural flavourings and ingredients. There are also sandwiches, teas, coffees, milkshakes which makes the visit to the parlour a must, not to mention spotting the cows and a beach within walking distance.
At the heart of the region are our local producers providing ingredients and harvests across East Yorkshire so you can enjoy fresh baked produce in our cosy tearooms and café. You’ll be spoilt for choice in East Yorkshire.