Popular with walkers, lovely for dogs, a great stop for cyclists and family friendly. The Askwith is a friendly family run Country Pub with good homemade food.
West Ln, Otley LS21 2JH
Billy-Bob’s Parlour combines an awesome ice cream parlour and 1950’s American diner with amazing play adventures for diners up to 15 years old. You can drop-in for an ice cream, or come for a full meal and a play – the choice is yours! Be sure to check out our website before you come
Billy-Bob’s Ice Cream Parlour
Calm Slate Farm
T: 01756 711826
With a menu based on family recipes from generations past. All dishes are freshly cooked, providing a mouth-watering range of tastes and textures. In addition to providing something to suit every palate and dietary requirement, the food here is also very healthy, with plenty of fresh vegetables in every dish.
1A Railway Rd, Ilkley LS29 8HQ
People come for the locally sourced food, they return time and time again for the service. A space to relax, the tables are purposefully not too cramped together, while regulars are greeted with their favourite drinks and dishes, and families with young children are looked after with books, toys and games.
3B Harrogate Road,Rawdon, Leeds, United Kingdom LS19
0113 239 1489
Rustic-chic eatery with exposed stonework and arched windows, serving traditional Italian cuisine.
Wharferbank Business Park, Ilkley Road, Otley LS21 3JP
The portion sizes will not disappoint, they are all about generosity & offering value for money. Famous for homemade enormous cakes giving you the opportunity to enjoy your sweet treat with us or take it away to enjoy later.
Warren House Ln, Yeadon LS19 7FT
0113 250 6837
An independently owned Steakhouse, Bar and Grill offering a relaxed professional environment. Locally sourced quality steak from locally reared livestock with a fantastic range of fish, chicken, burgers and house specialties. So join the Herd to see what all the fuss is about.
1-2 New Brook St, Ilkley LS29 8DQ
The Roebuck, still known by some locally as ‘The Spite’, was our choice for a relaxed family lunch on a sunny Friday afternoon. On arrival it was clear that we didn’t need to worry about somewhere to park as there was ample space. You can book to sit inside but we chose to sit outside (which cannot be booked in advance). There is plenty of seating on their terrace area with additional seating and tables on a grassed area which is ideal for young children.
We chose from the Earl of Sandwich menu you but could also pick from the light lunch and main menus with additional specials. We ordered drinks from the bar inside and were told a waiter would take our order at our table. I was torn between the North Atlantic Prawns & Pink Gin Marie Rose sauce or Hot Oak Roast Salmon Salad. All sandwiches were served with chunky chips, salad and coleslaw which swayed my decision! The Roebuck offered a good selection of children’s hot meals but with it being such a hot day Miss Mini Mumbler wanted to be awkward and choose off-menu. The waiter was happy to accommodate her ham sandwich and took our order within 20 minutes of arriving.
The food arrived after 15 minutes and looked as appetising as it sounded! The salad was fresh, the prawns were big and the sauce was delish! We also ordered Honey Roast Ham Ciabatta with Tomato Chutney which went down equally well.
Having visited before we knew the sweet menu was hard to resist and so didn’t try! I had a Chocolate pot which arrived with cream and frozen summer berries – perfect on a hot day. A child’s ice cream, served with a chocolate straw, lasted all of 2 minutes. The highlight though was the Bakewell with Cherry Ripple Ice cream. For too much to eat on a lunch time but that didn’t stop us….
A big part of us choosing The Roebuck was the stunning Views of the Wharfe-Valley which are amazing at the best of times but even better in the sunshine.
The restaurant and terrace has Pram and Wheelchair access and there are plenty of highchairs available for the Mini Mumblers. Prices were as you would expect for the portion size, setting and quality of food, £40 for 3 of us including drinks.
The staff were polite and helpful throughout. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and the views and will definitely be going again!
Large, licensed fish and chip restaurant with bright diner-style decor and booth seats.
Harrogate Road, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7BN
0113 250 0010
Great locally sourced food.
1 Crescent Terrace, Ilkley LS29 8DE
Upscale chain restaurant with a contemporary interior and a menu of classic Italian specialties.
31-33 Brook Street, Ilkley LS29 8AE
Refresca is a family-friendly coffee shop. A place to unwind & enjoy the best coffee & carefully selected teas. ‘Little Explorer’ backpacks; containing colouring and a Kindle Fire tablet (in kids’ mode) are free to use. With high chairs & plenty of space for buggies! Breastfeeding friendly.
Bottomless teas & coffees- Monday to Friday between 9-10am.
Refresca 1 Tredgold Avenue, Bramhope, LS16 9BS.
Open Mon-Fri 8:00-16:30 Sat-Sun 9:00-16:30 & open bank holidays
Tel: 0113 2673400
Modern Indian restaurant serving traditional dishes, signature specials and huge naan breads.
6 The Green, Guiseley, Leeds LS20 9BT
Situated in the old Grammar School, Stew & Oyster takes full advantage of the features of this stunning building. With 21 draught lines it’s guaranteed to have something that you will enjoy! Don’t fancy beer? Then how does a spirit collection of over 50 products, extensive wine lists and 50 world beers grab you?
The Old Grammar School, Manor Square, Otley LS21 3AY
Home to the finest quality food in Yorkshire, serving both Chinese and Thai food.
Green Lane, Yeadon, LS19 7BY
0113 250 0220
The Chevin Inn is a cosy pub. Dating back to the 18th century with room for 42 diners. Set in the idyllic Chevin area, popular with walkers. It is recently restored historical pub and restaurant. It is perfect for all occasions. They have high chairs for the little ones.
West Chevin Road, Menston, LS29 6BE
The food you want to eat, prepared how you want Accompanied by scenery the Yorkshire countryside serves up best, we make a simple pleasure a true occasion.
Clevedon House, Ben Rhydding Dr, Ilkley LS29 8AQ
A traditional village pub serving a selection of local cask and guest ales with a wide range of fine Wines and delicious home cooked food. A welcoming pub with a spacious beer garden for those summer days and open fires for chilly nights. Awarded “Best Pub Food” 2016 by H2B Magazine.
The Cross, Bramhope, Leeds LS16 9AX
0113 284 2448
Contemporary, fresh and locally sourced wherever possible our menu changes with the seasons allowing us to make the best use of seasonal produce and give you plenty to choose from. Our legendary pies are, well legendary, and our Sunday lunch is definitely worth leaving home for!
1 Roebuck Ln, Otley LS21 2EY
Delicious, fresh pizzas and variety of drinks are on offer at the newly refurbished Station. Pop in for the match for a pizza and pint!
70 Otley Rd, Guiseley, Leeds LS20 8BH
The Turkuaz Restaurant offers a selection of menus throughout the day, ranging from light lunches through to gourmet salads and dishes. Serving large portions at reasonable prices. With a range of speciality teas and freshly ground coffee, and a fine dining evening menu with exquisite wine collections.
22 Harrogate Rd, Rawdon, Leeds LS19 6HJ
Standing proudly in the charming village of Ben Rhydding, with a perfect position amongst leafy lanes and avenues. The ground floor offers a series of beautiful spacious rooms. Open log fires are especially welcoming after a walk on the nearby moors. With hand pulled real ales & delicious food served throughout the day.
Wheatley Ln, Ilkley LS29 8PP
An independent Bar, Restaurant and B&B (5 en-suite letting rooms) where the emphasis is on good cask ales, home cooked food and a friendly and happy atmosphere.
High St, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7TA
0113 345 1383
The Woolpack is a family friendly pub offering great food, cask ales and wine. A cosy environment and a warm welcome is always provided.
Woolpack Inn Leeds LS19 7SE
The Wetherby Whaler opened its fifth and most prestigious site in Guiseley in May 2012 on the site of the iconic original Harry Ramsdens restaurant. Following a £750,000 refurbishment the restaurant is restored to its former glory, maintaining the historic features of the building. The new spiritual home of Fish and Chips.
White Cross, Otley Road, Guiseley LS20 8LZ