Yorkshire puddings are a piece of Yorkshire heritage – the batter that creates these fluffy clouds of heaven runs through every Yorkshireman’s veins. They lift the humble Sunday Roast to the meal of gods. If you like a nice and big ol’ Yorkshire pud, then The Black Bull Inn in Pickering is for you.
The Black Bull Inn is a 17th Century Inn that can be found in between Yorkshire’s food capital, Malton, and Pickering, the picturesque Market Town. It has some beautiful original features such as the roaring fireplace.
Famous for their Yorkshire puds cooked in their homemade loaf tins, they serve their huge puds filled with all sorts of gorgeous fillings. They’re served up with a choice of chunky chips, mash or jacket potatoes with veggies and, of course, gravy.
You can enjoy either a topside of beef, pork sausages, homemade steak and ale, or with mince and onion. We know which we’d be getting stuck into that’s for sure – can’t beat a bit of beef covered in gravy on a Sunday.
As well as serving up these huge Yorkshire puds, this classic inn also has a range of fantastic pub grub such as homemade pies, fish & chips, and burgers and all the other classics you’d expect. You can enjoy a nice ale to help wash down all that grub.
It’s the perfect end to a day of exploring or a great place to meet up with friends to enjoy a bit of food in a traditional pub in a picturesque part of Yorkshire.
Why not make a weekend of it and visit the towns of Pickering and Malton? You can stay at the Black Bull Inn in one of their 5 en-suite rooms for just £70 per room and just £40 for single occupancy at £40.
You can visit their website here to find out more about their delicious menu here.