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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

    Seconded.

  • 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

    But
    http://www.botham.co.uk
    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:
    http://www.ottervalleyfarms.com/
    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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