My wife had the seafood platter, I had medallions of port with a chili and pepper sauce. Both were excellent, the wine was good, the staff friendly and weird, but in a nice way. We had to have an early night, otherwise we would have stayed longer and enjoyed the hospitality.
A lovely old mediaeval building on the Shambles, a warm atmosphere, and a definite to visit again when we have a little more time.
It was never going to be cheap, being on York's most famous street, but totally worth it. Highly recommended.
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