Historic multi-roomed pub, great atmosphere, great beer (best kept that I have found in York over many years) and good food.
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Fish and chips and pie of the day were our choices, served piping hot and delicious. Good choice of beers and gin cocktails. A lovely, welcoming place for an evening meal.
We ate here on Sunday evening. Very good range of beers which are well kept. We all had the Sunday lunch menu - great roast beef and roast pork with lots of tasty vegetables. Tremendous (in every respect) Yorkshire pudding with proper gravy! We stayed...More
Lets face it, if you are in York you've got 100's of options to find somewhere to eat. However, we have regularly come out of an eatery disappointed with the quality of the food, the poor service or the ridiculous cost! The first visit today...More
Good sea bass with potatoes. Good brew and cocktail with gin. Good service and welcoming. A nice place for dinner.
Part of a Group of 9. The staff were great at getting us seated together and very friendly. Most ordered from the lunch menu and the food was really nice. The steak sandwich and chips was a hearty portion and excellent value. We also had...More
We popped into The Royal Oak looking for some lunch, we were told we would have to wait and we went into the lounge for a drink. We waited about 20 minutes but it was well worth the wait. We opted for the lunch menu,...More
Went into this place around 6pm on a Wednesday evening for something to eat. They do a 2 course meal deal for £12. I had the soup and the fish and chips. Both were excellent. The chips were proper chips double cooked. Not a lot...More