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Yorkshire’s Top 5 Restaurants

4 years ago

Here are the Top 5 restaurants in Yorkshire, as voted for by our panel of Top 100 judges, taking into account our own review scores and other guidebook scores, plus any rosettes, stars, plates, forks and all that stuff…

  • The striking interior of The Man Behind the Curtain - Michael O'Hare's Michelin star restaurant in Leeds
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    The Man Behind the Curtain

    Modern British

    New look, same, wild styling from the Michelin-starred, glam rock loving chef. In 2018, chef-patron Michael O’Hare upped sticks from the Flannels department store attic where he made his name with The Man Behind the Curtain and moved into the basement of the same building.

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    The Moorcock Inn

    Modern British

    An astonishing arrival on the Northern culinary scene, The Moorcock Inn serves foraged and regional ingredients in thrilling configurations, catching the eye of national food critics and diners alike.

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  • An example of the Michelin star cooking found at The Box Tree restaurant in Ilkley, Yorkshire
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    The Box Tree

    Modern British

    While there’s been a restaurant on this site for more than 50 years, owner-proprietor team Simon and Rena Gueller keep things firmly up to date at Ilkley’s picture-perfect The Box Tree. Expect a contemporary take on classical French cooking at a restaurant which has seen famous chefs like Marco Pierre White behind the pass.

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  • Inspired British cooking as served at Home restaurant in Leeds city centre.
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    Home

    Modern British

    Home in Leeds is the brainchild of MasterChef finalist Liz Cottam, and business partner Mark Owens, formerly head chef at Ilkley’s The Box Tree (also in our Top 100). 

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  • Inside Skosh restaurant in York which serves adventurous world-fusion food with spectacular results.
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    Skosh

    European

    Going by name and appearances, you’d be forgiven for mistaking Skosh for a Scandi furniture shop: tables the colour of driftwood bob in a greyscale dining room with an Ikea-yellow wall as the backdrop. In fact, its open kitchen is staffed with chefs preparing British dishes with an adventurous and international flavour. Skosh offers as close to perfect as world-fusion cooking gets in the UK. 

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