A restaurant in East Yorkshire stepped into the limelight during a prestigious awards ceremony held in Hull. At the 13th edition of the Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards (REYTAs), it claimed the spotlight in the Remarkable Restaurant Award category, impressing the judges with its exceptional qualities.
Nestled on the outskirts of a tranquil market town in East Yorkshire, Highfield House, a former merchant’s residence, has quickly gained recognition. After numerous visits to this locale in recent months, we are eager to embrace the impending surge towards Michelin stardom, becoming devoted fans.
It’s a proud win for us, as they’re located in our home town of Driffield. We can highly recommend the beautiful venue having visited frequently.
Beyond its role as a restaurant and bar, Highfield House also doubles as a hotel. The establishment underwent a meticulous renovation led by international interior designers and proprietors, Andy and Lindsay Lampard. Having contributed their design expertise to renowned hotels worldwide, the Lampards have now channeled their talents into a project close to their hearts.
Speaking about the Highfield REYTA awards said: “The Highfield 1864 in Driffield offers a wonderful dining experience in a stunning setting. An extremely worthy finalist, nothing is too much trouble at this amazing venue.
“Every detail of the menu is carefully planned and designed to make the most of every ingredient. Focusing strongly on East Yorkshire, locally grown, foraged and seasonally sourced produce is used to create unique dishes inspired by cross-continental influences. A truly memorable meal is sure to be had at the Highfield 1864.”
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