➤ King Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom
Fish • Vegetarian Friendly • Steak • Drinks • Food • British • Pubs • Indian • Indian • Cakes • Pub • Fish & Chips
really friendly staff and a big plus saw a seal in the harbour from the window where we sat in updated by previous review on 2021-08-10
➤ 190 The Esplanade, Scarborough I-, United Kingdom
our first visit in the wild fig will not be our last! from the warm welcome to the tempting menu and the excellent service this place is exactly what we have been looking for since the arrival in Australia last year. after having squid at some places, hubby rated the wild figs the best he tastes in this hemisphere. the Thai meat salad was an experience that I only need to repeat in the near future. lachsfilet has been one of my favorites for many years, so thank you for one of the best I've ever tasted. next time I will order the Moroccan lamb and the calf salat (I have spided a bit from the nave plate. a likör after dinner would have been the pièce de résistance if she had grand marnier. Maybe next time.
➤ 17 Church Street, Scarborough, United Kingdom
Coffee** • Chicken • Vegetarian Friendly • Breakfast • Steak • Drinks • Sandwiches • Coffee • British • Vegan • Cakes • Breakfast • Tea room
delicious cooked breakfast. solid. they also make a good cup coffee. the black pudding is great. great value for money. they make a really good old frit to heal every calder. Question.
➤ 1 Station Square, Scarborough, United Kingdom
Coffee** • Vegetarian Friendly • Breakfast • Salad • Sandwiches • Coffee • Gluten Free • British • Ice cream • Cakes • Breakfast
the second flight was in a strange village. ravenscar, the city that was never. Around the century were made plans to turn the village into a holiday place. the roads were built, some houses were built and canalizations were laid. ravenscar never reached popularity and the development was unfinished mainly due to the long walk to reach the rocky beach. the railway was also closed so that now the place left a little near the old railway station, apart from a small tee room. this place was totally old-fashioned, plastic tablecloths on table old frames on the wall, it was also miles away from everything. but guess what? it was full. we had to wait to get a table, as this place is a pitstop for hiking and cycling enthusiasts, which along the old railway. <br/>I loved this place, it was old school, people who worked there were all nice and authentic, so a massive difference with some pretentious afternoon place in London.<br/> I had a Victorian sponge cake