The Restaurant at Worsley Arms
Very traditional country hotel with attentive friendly service. Good quality, tasty food. It was quiet when we went due to being a sunny day and everyone out but I was told the hotel was full for bank holiday. Came home and booked a weekend here for later in the year. Very nice area.
Excellent food with an interesting menu with lots of local ingredients. 1st class wine list!
We stayed at Worsley Arms because we wanted to be near Castle Howard. Hovingham is a picturesque village. The market some Saturday mornings is worth a visit There is nothing remarkable about Worsley Arms as a place. Two things made the place exceptional: first the owners Tony and Sally supported by their extrovert musician son Josh, and assistant Debs. They wanted to help Jyoti. Then the chef - some really good cooking there. We had meals both nights their lamb on root herb risotto, calves liver and chicken and vegetable risotto. Dessert one day was a melee of rhubarb and gin.
Had a lovely very time with great service and fantastic food
Very relaxed lunch and nothing too much trouble, although it was not on the menu when we asked if it would be possible to have ice cream for pud, the result was a
wonderful selection of different flavoured miniature cornets.
Very friendly and attentive. Great and filling pies!
The only reason to mark down the ambience was the evening was the quietest night after New Year so only a few diners.
Cracking Sunday lunch - the beef was divine (like texture of velvet) - could of eaten more it was so yummy. Rare breed Pork was great too, nice to sit on the sofa in front of open fire finishing drink and reading papers.
We were made to feel very welcome. The bar had a super open fire and felt warm and welcoming. The food was great with interesting options. Service was good too.
Excellent weekend break everyone was so nice,place was lovely, food brilliant
lovely local lamb; outstanding sticky toffee pud; bit of a long wait for main course