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Hole in the Wall

10 High Petergate, City Centre, York YO1 7EH

rain 5 °C

New Years Day and heading South from Edinburgh, Loz was very excited to try a proper Yorkshire Pudding in York. Down South (London etc) your average roast dinner comes with a small to medium sized Yorkshire Pudding on the side. But in Yorkshire, you roast dinner is served in a Yorkshire Pudding the size of your plate, mmmmm. Loz had done some prior research and found this pub as one recommended for a good Sunday Roast.

Value: 8 - £7.99 for a huge Yorkshire Pudding filled with meat and gravy. Vegies served on the side for you to mix yourself.
Quality: 3 - I had the roast pork and it was dry as a bone. The spuds weren't roasted, they were boiled so big poo-poos for those factors. Loz said the beef was nice but unfortunately I have to vote on my experience.
Atmosphere: 7 - a nice little Brittish pub but nothing inspiring. I can't remember if there was music or football on but it certainly didn't compare to something like The Mitre in Holland Park.
Service: 9 - the bloke was really friendly and the meal came fast, job well done.
TOTAL: 27/40

Would we go back? Given it's in York we won't be going back but even if we were, I wouldn't be back in a hurry.

Posted by Team W 10:31 Archived in England

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