Sat beside York’s famous barbican, Atithi is a new rebrand of the popular Indian restaurant Masala Kraft. Atithi encompasses Indian dining with the surroundings of the restaurant serving up popular curries named after the cities landmarks – such as the chef’s speciality curry the River Ouse. The restaurant has a relaxed ambience, giving diners a chance to kick back, converse and enjoy some good quality food!
Penny’s can be found in the city centre, south of the Ouse on Walmgate – one of the cities busy commercial precincts. The cafe does the simple things well, serving up a selection of home treats that your mother would make!
Millers is one of the most popular independent fish and chip shops in York. Just a short drive out of the centre in the neighbourhood of Haxby, Millers is famed for its huge portion sizes. For a crispy golden batter fleece and a army chunky chips, Millers is the one, just make sure you come with an appetite!
Barbakan is an independent Polish cafe that can be found on Walmgate, serving up traditional Polish dishes with an Eastern European twist. The menu is made up of simple, homely ingredients but the results are fantastic. From Hungarian potato cakes to Polish Golabki diners have exclusive access to the tastes of continent. All the food, without exceptions is made on site. Barbakan is certainly one of the hottest food spots in the city.