Many people consider Yorkshire food to be some of the best on offer in the country, with a large number of the population seeking to dine in some of the county’s finest pubs and restaurants, but why is this?
Folks who live in the big cities are often drawn to more rural settings as a getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and will often travel to places like Skipton in North Yorkshire and Keighley in West Yorkshire, where pubs can be found down country lanes. These idyllic locations are often the subject of a family day out, as long country walks are a popular way for local residents to relax and unwind, finishing off with a good pub lunch as a reward for their efforts.
Many pubs in Yorkshire have the benefit of being on the doorstep of farms that supply them with fresh, local produce. These enable them to make homemade foods, and a lot of pubs in this area offer meals with locally sourced cheese, chicken and duck.
Some Yorkshire pubs have even launched their own ranges of homemade jams and chutneys to attract a wider range of people to their doors.
Yorkshire’s welcoming faces and relaxed atmosphere is a big part of what makes the area so desirable and, with plenty of pubs being child and even pet friendly, people are encouraged to come and enjoy themselves, whether it’s to have a drink with a friend or a meal with the family.