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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in the North

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Nick View Post
    Best Yorkshire Fish and Chips is definately the takeaway chippy at Wetwang on the A166 Road between York and Driffield huge portions and reasonably priced. I should also add I work in Whitby so that Chippy has been pitted against serious competition!!

    On the same road is Seaways Cafe at a village called Fridaythorpe, nice grub if a bit pricey for what is in effect a greasy spoon.

    Also has any one mentioned or does everybody already know Squires at Sherburn in Elmet located on the road which leads from the village to the A1 humongous bike meeting spot with literally hundreds on a sunny day.
    2 more chippys for me to check-out

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    Just been to Thompsons Fish & Chip shop in Wetwang, just brilliant
    Seem to be open every day between 12:00 & 20:30
    Its just here http://tinyurl.com/6meawu next to the pub
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopy View Post
    Chip shops are for peasants.
    this from a man that travelled to biggar for fish and chip in the middle of winter with the galloping gormet and conisour of fish and chip chris

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    White Horse Thirsk and not forgetting White Horse Northallerton,I know they are the best Fish and Chips and the bacon butties,breakfasts etc at Thirsk are the very best, especially on a Saturday and Sunday,I know cos I cook em !!!!,if you like em enough to give me a pillion ride on your bike let me know !!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pillion Seeker View Post
    White Horse Thirsk and not forgetting White Horse Northallerton,I know they are the best Fish and Chips and the bacon butties,breakfasts etc at Thirsk are the very best, especially on a Saturday and Sunday,I know cos I cook em !!!!,if you like em enough to give me a pillion ride on your bike let me know !!!!!
    Do you give a discount for fat, skint Tossers...?

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    Not fat, young Sir,cooked in Beef Dripping,only the best !!!!!

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    or are you saying your a Fat Skint Tosser?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pillion Seeker View Post
    or are you saying your a Fat Skint Tosser?????
    Bingo!



    But I must agree about the beef dripping
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    A Guy with taste !!!!

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    The County Tea Shop at Staindrop is owned by a mate of mine, Dave Threadgill .
    He's a keen biker and all are welcome.
    Most of the food is home cooked.

    http://www.thecountryteashop.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by wassy View Post
    The County Tea Shop at Staindrop is owned by a mate of mine, Dave Threadgill .
    He's a keen biker and all are welcome.
    Most of the food is home cooked.

    http://www.thecountryteashop.co.uk/

    Called in for sunday lunch today and it was bloomin lovely.
    Recommend the Lamb dinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by wassy View Post
    Called in for sunday lunch today and it was bloomin lovely.
    Recommend the Lamb dinner
    That lamb dinner sounds nice
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    The Red Roster?

    what about the caff in Penrith on the A66 just on the east side of the M6 it works for me good old fashioned truck stop grub

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    Longtown Truckstop
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    Brampton Road
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    10 mins from M6 J44

    Open 8am- 8pm

    Liver & onions

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    Lordstones Cafe at Carlton In Cleveland

    Nice all day full english for around a fiver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geordie View Post
    Try Wear Valley Diner between Toft Hill and Witton Le Wear on A 68.
    They keep standard business hours but the view over the Wear valley and the trad Brit. grub makes up for it. You can see your bike in the car park if you worry about that kind of thing. Free newspapers if you want to depress your self.
    I was out and about on the Tiger on Monday and called in here for lunch.

    great place well worth a visit

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