The Yorkshire Rose is not quite sure what it is... and neither am I really. It sounds like a pub; it looks like a pub; but it seems to be mostly a Spanish tapas bar with restaurant. There is a British style bar area just inside the door which does serve the excellent Doom Bar ale, which is a good start. There seemed to be a few 'regulars' around the place as they all seemed to know the charismatic George. The interior is quite sprawling but was not very full for a Saturday night. We were a little peckish (esurient), so Karen ordered a lasagne with garlic bread and I opted for a sirloin steak au poivre (medium) from the bar menu. The lasagne was pretty good, as was my steak and chips, HOWEVER... there was no au poivre at all (which I took to mean pepper sauce) on my steak... and the steak was rare and definitely not medium. That's OK... I do eat rarish steak but I was just a little disappointed as I fancied a medium steak on this occasion. I should have gone for something Spanish, as I'm sure this is what they do best in the bar area. There is an impressive restaurant menu as well which does look very good... even boasting chateaubriand for 2 at £42.50. We didn't sample the desserts on offer but they looked pretty good too. The prices in the bar area were very reasonable... my steak was £16.50 and the lasagne £8.50.
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