Fancy enjoying fine dining food, with mesmerising views? Well, you can at this unique restaurant which overlooks the 80ft How Stean Gorge. If you dare, you can dine at the all-glass restaurant The Vista Bistro, and experience majestic views and delicious food.
The Vista Bistro at the How Stean Gorge in the Yorkshire Dales has all glass floors and walls offering panoramic views of the North Yorkshire beauty spot. Carved out over 10,000 years the gorge is like no other area around.
If you thought that was enough, Head Chef, Jowyane Marshall, from the former Michelin Star restaurant, Yorke Arms in Ramsgill creates stunning food for a truly unique restaurant experience.
The beauty spot in which the restaurant is nestled has even been dubbed “Little Switzerland” due to its Romantic aesthetic and scenic beauty. It attracts thousands of visitors every year due to its incredible landscapes.
You can dine on delicious food whilst being surrounded by the floodlit gorge with perfect views of the Nidderdale gorge below thanks to the bespoke glass-floored area.
The Christmas menu includes such tasty treats as portobello mushroom soup starter, and for the main, you could enjoy a pan-fried duck with sauteed new potatoes, carrots, broccoli and a duck sauce. Or if you want a traditional turkey dinner you can have roast turkey with all the trimmings & cranberry sauce.
Whether you’re enjoying a family meal, romantic dining for two or a corporate event The Vista Bistro is the perfect trip out and can tailor the occasion to your need.
Why not partake in the outdoor activities in the gorge as well which include scrambling, caving, canoeing as well as canyoning down the highest waterfall in England. You can find out more via our article here.