31 Castlegate is one of York’s few small independent restaurants, and has been open since 2005.
Housed in the former house of Georgian architect G.T Andrews, it dates back to around 1825/26. It is probably the earliest surviving purpose built architects office. It is a Grade II listed building, and also an English Heritage Monument. It has impressive period features and décor throughout, chiefly the original fireplaces in the main Dining room and bar area. It also sits in the shadow of the ever impressive, Clifford’s Tower, one of York’s major landmarks.
All dishes are cooked using the finest local ingredients and the menus are written to utilise seasonal produce. The menu reflects the experience and knowledge I have gained during my career, which has included L’Escargot (Marco Pierre White) in London, the Head Chef at Tivoli Cunard Vista Fjord and the Head Chef at Durham Ox, Crayke.31 Castlegate Restaurant is open daily serving a tempting and varied range of lunch and snacks.
- A1(M) JCT 47 (12.6 miles)
- A1(M) JCT 45 (12.6 miles)
- M1 JCT 48 (14.6 miles)
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