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Brendan Staunton
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Yorkshire Pud

Postby Brendan Staunton » 23 Oct 2017 20:25

Anybody been to the Yorkshire Pud restaurant?

Comments?


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BillT
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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby BillT » 24 Oct 2017 12:07

We went for a coffee, sat outside, pretty busy by the roadside. Wife went to utilise facilities, no one in? The welcome & the coffee was great!

The day’s special was pork pie, Branston etc...

Hope it works for them. Hope we still have a choice of Spanish foods!

BS have you tried the Gallego near the Rincon de Morales?

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby BillT » 24 Oct 2017 12:13

Meant Graciela!
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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby PaulG » 24 Oct 2017 17:07

Hi.We have been to the Yorkshire Pud a couple of times.The team are very welcoming and the dining area inside is very restaurant like.It is jointly Spanish/Brit owned and serves food from both cultures on different nights.We had a Brit type sunday lunch which was excellent with various choices of meats and certainly no kiddies portions.On another occasion we chose from a varied midweek menu and once again the quality of food was excellent.A good choice of drinks is also available.It is certainly worth another visit and anyone who lives in the village should support our local businesses.And no.I am not related to anyone involved.It´s a great place to eat.

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby BillT » 05 Nov 2017 09:54

So, sometimes the menu is indigenous & others foreign?

That seems interesting! How do you know which day is which?

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby Brendan Staunton » 07 Nov 2017 15:09

We also visited the Yorkshire pud and they did accommodate children with no problem, unfortunately for us we were disappointed as the vegetables were cold and although there was three meats on display we were only allowed a choice of two.

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby PaulG » 07 Nov 2017 16:56

Oh dear,BillT.It seems your experience differed from ours.Such is life.I don´t even know how to spell indidginus but from whose point of view are you looking.Brits or them foreigners.As to how to find out what is on offer on different days I wouldn´t know where to begin trying.That´s a real toughie.The alternative establishment you recommended may indeed be wonderful but not so wonderful that you could remember its name,initially at least.Cheer up,Bill.

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby Brendan Staunton » 07 Nov 2017 21:10

It´s the tavern in Lo Crispin

Bren :algorfa: :dontshoot:

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby BillT » 08 Nov 2017 00:32

Being born in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, I’m indigenous (https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/indigenous) to England...

I’m not sad at all...perhaps a bit forgetful!

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Re: Yorkshire Pud

Postby Brendan Staunton » 11 Nov 2017 18:28

Bill, I think you´re cracking up :niceday: :weirdthread: :algorfa: :dontshoot:


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