It’s almost time for the kids to break up for school meaning some of us are just now putting together ideas for things to do with the kids this summer. And, if you’re from Yorkshire this one is always a crowd pleaser.
But, it seems that other travel companies are cottoning on and featuring them in the best of lists. This time it’s Scarborough, which has been a holiday destination for us as long as I can remember.
But, Scarborough is going from strength-to-strength with microbrewery pubs, and new restaurants popping up all over the shop
Conde Nast complimented the clifftop views that stretch out separated by the two main bays with Scarborough Castle overlooking both.
He says “The town is a showcase of every stage of seaside architecture over the last two centuries – from Georgian crescents to Victorian hotels, with an Art Nouveau spa and an Art Deco theatre.”
The writer doesn’t believe Scarborough is up there with margate or Whitstable with its food offering but says Cafe Fish is great for crab & lobster. Offering up Love Brew Cafe for coffee and vegan grub.
We’d like to add a couple more to the list for people visiting. Number one on our list is and will always be the little gem that is Embers.
Chef Dan uses his Yorkshire rots to create modern British dishes with an international twist using exciting seasonal foods sourced locally. Transforming them with the smokey chargrills from the wood-fired oven. Expect incredible flavourful dishes that will leave you satisfied. Make sure you book to avoid disappointment as this place gets booked up fast.
If you’re looking for fish & chips then it has to be Lifeboat Fish Bar. After all, you can’t head to the seaside without having fish & chips. And, this Scarborough fish & chips restaurants always tops the list of best places to eat. Located on the south bay they serve up traditional fish & chips with generous portions, the family-run spot offers cod or haddock coated in a golden, crips batter.