The Delicious Fish & Chip Trail, Yorkshire
Sample the delights of Yorkshire’s finest fish & chips on this trail which takes in the famous seaside towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Saltburn. Visit the historic town of Helmsley on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors or take a trip on a steam railway where you can eat a fish & chip supper as you chug along enjoying the view.
- Explore Yorkshire by car
- Visit Yorkshire’s seaside resorts
- Taste Yorkshire fish and chips
- Eat traditional English puddings
Follow The Fish & Chip Trail
Yorkshire is the largest county in the UK. With its extensive coastline, mysterious moors, patchwork of dales and historic market towns, it offers endless possibilities for foodies who like to go on a road trip. The clever marketing people at Visit Yorkshire have put together The Delicious Fish & Chip Trail. Criss-cross the county tasting seafood as you go. Whether eaten straight from the paper or from a plate, with mushy peas or a nice glass of wine, you can’t beat a good portion of Yorkshire fish and chips.
Try beer-battered fish with a strong cup of Yorkshire tea, homemade fishcakes, and traditional British puddings such as Spotted Dick, a steamed lemon sponge pudding with currants. It’s quirky name comes from the old English names for pudding: puddog or paddock.
There are over sixteen different places featured on the trail but some of the highlights include:
The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway – hop aboard and enjoy a fish and chip supper
Scotts – in the historic town of Helmsley (voted Best Fish & Chip shop in 2013)
Blakeley’s – a family-run establishment situated close to the canal in the heart of Brighouse
The Cavendish Pavilion – resembling a Victorian style station building, it’s situated in the heart of the Bolton Abbey Estate
Magpie Café in Whitby – No visit to Yorkshire would be complete without treating yourself to a plate of fish and chips at this famous café
- Download the map for the Delicious Fish and Chip Trail before you go
- Visit Whitby for the annual Goth Weekend in the autumn. St. Mary’s cliff top churchyard inspired Bram Stoker to write his world famous book, Dracula
- Fancy a pint? Combine your seafood tasting tour of Yorkshire with the Delicious Yorkshire Ale Trail
Where to Stay
The Feversham Arms and Verbena Spa in Helmsley – a lovely hotel with its own spa. It’s a great a base to explore all the culinary delights of the region.
The Black Swan in Helmsley – an historic inn on the edge of the North Yorkshire moors with its own restaurant and tearoom.
How to Find The Magpie Cafe Whitby
The Magpie Cafe, 14 Pier Rd, Whitby, North Yorkshire YO21 3PU
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