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The Pheasant Hotel

Restaurant Overview

Telephone: 01439 771241
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Chef: Peter Neville


Restaurant Location

The Pheasant Hotel
Mill Street, Harome, Helmsley, YO62 5JG
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Restaurant Reviews and Social

Average rating: 4.7

Latest review:

This was my first visit to this restaurant and I had high expectations as my partner has been before and highly recommended it and hes a major foodie. The seating area was just like sitting in someone's front room but with that extra touch of class. Comfy seats and a low lighting to make it romantic for any special occasion. The restaurant area was very clean and had a nice atmosphere with low lighting and candles. Again it would not let you down if you had that special occasion or just wanted a lovely relaxing atmosphere to enjoy your food in. The staff were absolutely lovely. Very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. They were constantly available but still respected your privacy and space while you were enjoying your food. They explained each course to us and described the tastes we should expect from the food. The food was absolutely faultless. Every course was better then I could of expected. I highly recommend trying this restaurant out. We couldn't find fault and we'll certainly visit again. The pictures don't do the food justice but it gives you an idea of what to expect.
Posted by Louise 2 months ago

Restaurant Guide Change History

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December 2021 AA Guide AA RosetteAA RosetteAA Rosette AA RosetteAA Rosette
October 2020 AA Guide AA RosetteAA Rosette AA RosetteAA RosetteAA Rosette

Our Review of The Pheasant Hotel (April 2019)

Situated in the village of Harome in North Yorkshire, the Pheasant Hotel is a rather historic looking building that originally started life as blacksmith's shop, village shop and some barns, wrapped around a central courtyard. With the well established restaurant having been recognised in all the major food guides, I was reasonably expectant of a decent meal as I visited with my wife, young daughter and baby son for lunch on a sunny Wednesday in April....

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