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  • Whitby, Magpie Cafe, Get thee self there...

    Ta. :)

  • Does she make anything that's not meaty?

  • Couple of very good chippys in Robin Hood's Bay, I seem to remember. Can't remember any names, but it's not a big place.

  • There's only one, at the bottom of the hill, up an alleyway. There are a few pubs though (if you include the two hotels). Lovely place, cracking beach walks and fossil hunting, steep though.

  • Some people were never too sure though

  • Excellent contributions to the page stevo_com, shame rep is gone. The bit about getting to the museum cafe is amazing!

    Have you cycled around Robin Hood's Bay?

  • I have a day off from screaming rugrat today and am hitting town for a tasty lunch. Was thinking of trying the big easy for some BBQ but then Ramen has coughs my attention. Anyone reccomend anywhere, Bone daddies seems to have good rep......

  • Shoryu Ramen

  • Nanban in brixton at the market house might be worth checking out. Although greenhell says no....

  • don't take my word for it. i'm a terrible bastard whose opinions shouldn't be trusted on just about any topic.

    but yeah, it wasn't that great when we went.

    Bone Daddies is a good shout, tho it is a bit ironically 'yoofy'. They were playing ruddy Whitesnake on the stereo the last time we went. i bloody love Whitesnake!

  • What's Yoshino deli like for sushi? I want quick cheap japanese fodder in central for lunch.

    Was thinking Yoshino or Japan Centre...

  • I'll wear a carnation

  • Top spec reccos on the Yorkshire stuff, thanks! And noted

  • Eat 17 in Hommerton is really rather excellent.

  • Eat 17 in Hommerton is really rather excellent


  • Is that the same as the one in Walthamstow?

    @jim1985, Yoshino is very good, their packaged sushi is such a bargain and their hot food is decent too.

  • Not sure if this counts as 'too fancy' or whether this post is too late

    Bothams of Whitby, Tea Rooms. If only to buy some ginger brak or plum cake to eat later.

    Also worth bookmarking the site for online deliveries. I sometimes send food deliveries to friends instead of flowers.

  • Oooh look, we have a web page now:
    Going down next weekend, it has been too long.

  • Yup same - so should be as good/reasonable

  • Ended up at the Quayside fish and chippy in Whitby. Magpie had a line stretching out of the door.

    I had the haddock, which was great, and friends had the gluten-free batter option (and non-brewed vinegar) which they also pronounced to be superb!

  • gluten free fish and chips!?

    where does the madness end!

  • I ate everything in USA. EVERYTHING. It was all good. That is all.

  • Planning a two week road trip to new engerland (there's a new england?) - massachusetts, maine, vermont, connecticut, new hampshire... anyone been and what would you recommend?

  • Sister lives near Boston and I've spent a lot of time up there as well.

    Lobster. Just eat lobster (pronounced locally as 'lawb-staah') and the closer you are to Maine the cheaper it is. And clam chowder ('chow-daah'). The fish and oysters are really really good too but I'm not a huge fan of either TBH. Breakfast should be anything with maple syrup. Seriously though it's really hard to go wrong in New England for food.

  • Also, speaking of Boston, Italian food in the 'legendary' North End area of Boston is massively overblown for reputation though. S'OK but not as good at they think it is.

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