Tue-Sun Lunch and Dinner
- Disabled Access
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Duke of York Inn
Description brought to you by Manchester Confidential:
Top-end British pub food with accessible wine list
Enjoy lauded pub food at this rustic bolthole. The Duke has been under new management since 2007 and the setting is a good looking, multi-roomed coaching inn with plenty of ‘books, nooks and stone-flagged floors’ says Confidential’s Jonathan Schofield. Food’s really turned a corner, too. The daily menu (roast fish, meat and pies as well as steamed steak and kidney pudding, beer-battered fish and thick chips) is great value - or go gourmet. Imaginative pairings complement rather than distract from strong, local flavours. Fish soup, for example, could be paired with aioli. Mains, meanwhile, could include pan-fried fillet of cod with pork belly, mussel chowder and samphire or Bowland grouse with a rich, root mash. Dessert is a must; homemade ice creams, sorbets and a Lancastrian cheese board stand out. Located in the centre of a Ribble Valley village, The Duke is ideally place for pre or post dining rambling.
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