Restaurants in Settle
This was our third stay at the Traddock on the way home from Scotland.: the first visit was on recommendation from friends. Austwick is a pretty village in Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Traddock is a beautiful country house in the middle of the village. The rooms are beautifully furnished and so comfortable and the public areas are spacious and sumptuous. The service was exceptional from check in to check out. The dinner was delicious with a great choice of wines. Breakfast was also fantastic. The whole experience was faultless.
- Superb111 Reviews4.8
We stayed over for 1 night here last Sunday... can not recommend highly enough... the rooms were spotless and generous size with clean bedding and fresh towels . breakfast was perfect.... we also ate here and can not fault at all the service was excellent even though it was busy.... would definitely stay again and recommend to anyone
- Superb93 Reviews4.8
We had a fabulous meal here last night - we all had 3 courses and each one was exemplary in both taste and presentation. The service was outstanding by the two young ladies who served us- they were both super friendly, efficient and helpful and made us (and others around us) feel very welcome. We will definitely return!
- Superb80 Reviews4.8
This is a most excellent establishment for the quality, and quantity, of the food. The cakes are to die for, and the prices ain't bad either. Head for Feizor, just after Settle. You can't miss it. Well worth the trip.Parking: T'other side of the road, in the farmyard.
- Superb102 Reviews4.7
We have often seen this restaurant on our occasional visits to Settle. We made the effort and booked and so glad we did. Beautiful simply cooked food with no pretentious style or ingredients just tasty dishes that I would say is bistro style. We both had sardines to start that were cooked beautifully with lemon and olive oil followed by lamb that was cooked to perfection with gorgeous sauce and the tiny roasties were perfect. Pancakes with blueberries etc for me and a gorgeous looking rhubarb mess for him that finished a lovely meal. We will be back.
- Superb32 Reviews4.8
We had such a lovely visit to the Folley. The staff were sooo friendly and also especially lovely to our dog ‘ Mr Fox’. Giving him a gravy bone to enjoy ❤️ Willdefinitely visit again when we are in the area. Lots of gluten free options too which was such a breathe of fresh air! A gf biscuit came with my coffee too! Thanks you! Something I’ve never had elsewhere. Thanks again Jo, Tony & Mr Fox ?❤️?Dietary restrictions: Great GF options amongst the cake section.
- Superb54 Reviews4.7
So much more than dog welcome,Dog menu and the staff were happy to add a freshly made scrambled egg to my dogs , dog bowelHe loved it.Hopefully gone are the days of , sorry no dogs allowed
- Superb30 Reviews4.7
We had a lovely dinner at The Talbot arms today, Sunday lunch was sold out (so get there before 3 pm for this)But I had beef chilli enchiladas with chips and salad and my Sister had Gammon Steak with chips and seasonal veg.The service by all of the staff was excellent, and they tended to our every needs.The food was cooked to perfection, beautifully presented and piping hot, it was absolutely delicious, and fairly priced.We both had desert, Sister had bread and butter pudding with ice cream, and I had cheesecake with ice cream and they were very special indeed!I can thoroughly recommend The Talbot arms and will definitely attend again in the future.Excellent
- Superb114 Reviews4.6
Came here for our evening meal. We hadn't booked a table, but luckily we're able to be seated prior to a later booking as they were fully booked. So I'd advise to book. Although when entering, there was nobody in there at all. Seems like most book for around 7pm onwards as it did get busy.Staff were friendly and attentive. Food was really good. Some of the best onion bhajis we've had.Wasn't overly expensive either. Definitely recommend.Parking: There's a pay and display (9am-6pm) car park pretty much next to the building. With plenty of parking at the point of visiting anyway (Saturday evening). The car park is free after 6pm.
- Superb104 Reviews4.6
First time to Baileys Bar and definitely won't be our last. So friendly and the place has a lovely atmosphere. Dogs are really welcome. Can't wait to return in September.
- Superb24 Reviews4.7
I visit Settle regularly and always go to the singing kettle for coffee and cake or lunch. The food is always freshly made and the cakes are delicious. The staff are always friendly. Jacket potato cheese and beans today with salad ….. delicious
- Superb85 Reviews4.6
Called here after I did a walk in the Yorkshire Dales and these fish and chips are really nice.They cook them fresh to order but I wasn't waiting long.I sat on a bench outside in the sunshine which is a perfect way to enjoy them,highly recommended !
- Superb42 Reviews4.6
I loved this little shop, the food snacks were lovely and just had to go back to buy more to take back home..I also love the the little gnome I purchased, my only regret I wish id bought another...
- Superb3 Reviews5
We ate early on a Saturday evening and we were lucky to get a table. The food is excellent and feels like it has been cooked with a little love. The mutton in the curry was superb. Side dishes are plentiful and varied. My wife had a Chicken Shashlik which she said was superb. Definitely will go again when next in Settle.
- Superb18 Reviews4.5
Cracking micro-bar between the railway station and the town centre. Three cask ales on - I plumped for Moorhouses Moonbeam - a classic IPA - went down far too quickly. Great service from the bar staff - I was given a chilled pint of water having walked 10 miles to get here. Much obliged ??
- Superb48 Reviews4.5
Great shop. I always find a pair of shoes or a jumper, dress or bag. Friendly staff. There is a cafe too for when you are ready for a sit down and have a lovely coffee and cake.
- Superb18 Reviews4.3
Nothing to fault (apart from portions were HUGE)...thank you for making our evening... Most definitely recommend friendly service and portionsParking: Across the road Co-op filling station ⛽
- Good35 Reviews4.1
So I'm living temporarily in Settle and was fortunate to find this place. As I told the server, I was brought up on the seaside and this fish and chips is the best I have tried. Not greasy at all and fresh tasting. Not cheap but not expensive either. Very friendly people also. If you like fish and chips you will love this place. A reason you often find people queuing outside in the rain to get it.
- Good93 Reviews4.2
This place is definitely a one of a kind. We came here during our visit to settle, and this place alone will certainly make us come back to the town centre. It's among the best Italian food we've had (which is a lot). The king prawns starter had us shutting our eyes to savour it, because it were absolutely divine. The carbona that I had was faultless, the sauce was a little runnier than I'm used to, but it was still thick enough and very tasty. My partner's meatballs were devoured very quickly - the were amazing too, especially the sauce. The pasta on both dishes was cooked perfectly. Lovely fresh bread served with the starter and a main. The only small thing we have to say is that the meatballs were quite salty, however the very nice sauce made the salt a nice level.The thing I find the most amazing, is that it was one man doing everything on his own - literally. The cooking, the waiting, the phone, everything. Kudos to him!! I'm absolutely amazed, and he was very friendly and on the ball with everything. Very inspiring.The atmosphere was very genuine Italian. It was in a stone basement style room, very intimate. Very unique. Proper Italian music and lovely warm lighting, it was very relaxing.I can't wait to visit again.
- Good113 Reviews4.2
Stopped here for a late lunch today. It was still busy but we were seated with no delay. The slight downside was that we were sitting right next to the door so it wasn't as comfortable as it could have been with a cold draught coming through every time it opened. The food was really good, very hot and fully loaded jacket potatoes, and freshly made sandwiches. Despite being told there was no coleslaw left, it still appeared on the plates and we were also told the jacket potato special was all gone, so we reordered, only to be told that actually it was available after all. Minor quibbles really as the food was served quickly and was delicious.
- Good147 Reviews4
Service was good, the staff very pleasant and helpful. The food was great, Ribblehead Bitter was a nice pint. It made a pleasant change to have rock music as the background instead of the usual dross. I enjoyed my visit and will return when next in the area.
- Good71 Reviews3.7