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Restaurants in Harrogate

 Where to find the best Harrogate restaurants. Harrogate is a fantastic spa town located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It is famous for its mineral springs, restored Turkish baths, art deco styled Sun Pavilion in the Valley Gardens and the historic Montpellier Quarter. It is also a busy town for culture, retail and fine dining and has been welcoming tourists for several hundred years. You'll be in luck when it comes to dining too; Harrogate restaurants span a wealth of cuisines and feature the best of the region's fine food provenance.

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Côte Harrogate

Côte Harrogate

Centre
French££££
5.2/6532
Côte Harrogate
Restaurant 92

Restaurant 92

Centre
European££££
5.5/6353
Restaurant 92
The Harrogate Brasserie Hotel

The Harrogate Brasserie Hotel

Centre
International££££
5.5/686
The Harrogate Brasserie Hotel
Tah Chang

Tah Chang

Town Centre
Thai££££
5.5/663
Tah Chang
The Damn Yankee

The Damn Yankee

Centre
American££££
4.8/643
The Damn Yankee
Galo's Kitchen - Harrogate

Galo's Kitchen - Harrogate

Centre
Italian££££
5.6/640
Galo's Kitchen - Harrogate
The Black Swan - Burn Bridge

The Black Swan - Burn Bridge

Burn Bridge
European££££
5.3/640
The Black Swan - Burn Bridge
The Knox

The Knox

Bilton
European££££
5.2/622
The Knox
CAU - Harrogate

CAU - Harrogate

Town Centre
Argentinian££££
5.0/619
CAU - Harrogate
Jinnah - Harrogate

Jinnah - Harrogate

Centre
Indian££££
5.2/612
Jinnah - Harrogate
Haks Little Chinese Restaurant

Haks Little Chinese Restaurant

Centre
Chinese££££
6.0/64
Haks Little Chinese Restaurant
Buon Gusto - Harrogate

Buon Gusto - Harrogate

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.6/67
Buon Gusto - Harrogate
Istanbul Turkish Bar & Grill

Istanbul Turkish Bar & Grill

Centre
Turkish££££
4.8/65
Istanbul Turkish Bar & Grill
Yorkshire Tapas

Yorkshire Tapas

Town Centre
European££££
3.3/63
Yorkshire Tapas
The Black Mulberry

The Black Mulberry

Town Centre
Caf飣££
The Black Mulberry
Veeno - Harrogate

Veeno - Harrogate

Centre
Italian££££
Veeno - Harrogate

La Oliva

Centre
Spanish££££
5.4/6104
La Oliva

Vivido

Centre
Mediterranean££££
5.0/639
Vivido

Wild

Centre
European££££
5.2/639
Wild

Istanbul Bar & Restaurant Harrogate

Centre
Turkish££££
5.4/618
Istanbul Bar & Restaurant Harrogate
  1. 1.

    Harrogate restaurants suit all tastes and budgets

    The town is particularly popular with a slightly older, sophisticated crowd who love the spas, historic buildings and culture on offer. However, there are plenty of dining options to suit youngsters and groups as well. You'll find a mix of big chain names and independent Harrogate restaurants with unique menus, interiors and an excellent service ethos. There are prices to suit all options, from budget cafes through to lavish fine dining Harrogate restaurants with Michelin stars or AA Rosettes.
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    Light bites on the go with welcoming restaurants in Harrogate

    There is a mix of cafes and Harrogate restaurants that offer excellent coffee, artisan teas and freshly prepared bread, cakes, muffins and baked goods for the morning crowds. You'll notice the inviting aroma of freshly brewing drinks and loaves hot from the oven - both of which are very hard to resist! Look out for special deals at lunchtime, with many restaurants offering excellent deals at great prices. Families often love the authentic Italian pizzerias which create fresh pizza creations in front of your eyes, and couples can often be seen lingering over Spanish tapas with a cheeky afternoon sangria before they visit the spa!
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    Harrogate's varied restaurants offer choice and style

    The town has an ever-evolving gastronomic scene and takes its inspiration from around the world, with a dizzying array of international restaurants. There is a huge emphasis on fresh and local food, as is to be expected from a rural area, but the menus you will see span everything from Korean to Scandinavian dishes! Be prepared to hear the story of the fresh ingredients and the 'farm to plate' journey that your meal has taken. Local restaurateurs are truly passionate about providing top quality food and service to their customers and this passion shines through in the way that your food will be prepared, presented and served.
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    Where to find the best Harrogate restaurants

    One thing that visitors will notice is that - despite there being over 130 eateries in the area, Harrogate's restaurants are often tucked away. Some of the finest venues are also the smallest, and the Victorian architecture and history of the area mean that old millstone homes and coach houses are often now home to great dining venues. As well as the town centre itself, don't forget to explore Boroughbridge, Masham, Pateley Bridge and Knaresborough for great restaurants beyond Harrogate town, and take a trip to nearby Ripon for further enticing dining experiences.
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    The allure of the great Yorkshire pub

    Some of the best restaurants in Harrogate are actually part of cosy pubs; often in stunning rural locations that sit above beautiful tiny villages. You'll love the views and the hearty meals, which have an emphasis on generous portions! Don't forget to sample some of the local ales from nearby microbreweries, and on a cold day try to get a table in front of one of the many roaring fires. If the pub you choose is a walkers venue, you'll usually find that dogs are also welcome and get their own bowl of water.
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    Seek out local specialities

    You'll find that Harrogate restaurants will often include local Yorkshire speciality foods which are well worth experiencing as part of your gastronomic journey. Look out for Yorkshire pudding, Wensleydale cheese, ginger beer, sweet pikelets and delicious ginger parkin which is often served as an afternoon treat with a good cup of Yorkshire tea! Many of the international Harrogate restaurants also serve authentic and more unusual dishes too. It's always worth speaking to your waiter or the chef to ask about daily specials or to get recommendations for new foods to try. Chefs often love the chance to prepare something that shows off their talents, especially in one of the fine dining restaurants, and you'll have a dining experience to remember if you try something new!
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    Booking ahead at busy restaurants in Harrogate

    The town can get very busy at summer and during school holidays in particular. Its busy events calendar - including the Spring into Summer arts festival, Open Exhibition art festival, Harrogate Music festival and various cinematic and food festivals - mean that visitor numbers can get very high. Remember to use Quandoo's table booking facility to book the restaurants in Harrogate that you most want to dine at. You can do so 2 hours in advance and save queueing! Just remember to share your experiences afterwards with the dining community!