A special Yorkshire Day menu packed with regional delights is being launched in one of Leeds’ leading restaurants – The Grill at Dakota is offering two and three-course meals from £15 on 1st August, with a complimentary cocktail made with gin distilled in Harrogate.
Starters include Whitby crab on toasted sourdough, Sykes ham hock terrine and a Jerusalem artichoke soup served with a Wensleydale cheese croquette. On the main course menu diners can choose from Yorkshire lamb, Ilkley beer-battered fish and chips or a beetroot salad made with locally-sourced produce.
To complete the special Yorkshire Day menu, dessert options include a Yorkshire curd tart, parkin ice cream or Harrogate Blue cheese with chutney, quince jelly and crispbreads.
The two-course menu is priced at £15, or £20 for three courses, and Yorkshire Day diners will receive a complimentary ‘Gooseberry Southside’ cocktail made with Slingsby gin.
Andrew Creese, General Manager at Dakota Leeds, said: “We are delighted to be showcasing some of the county’s finest produce through our exclusive Yorkshire Day menu.
“From Wensleydale to Whitby we have hand-picked a selection of Yorkshire delights that are not to be missed.
“And to celebrate the 1st of August in true Yorkshire style, we have teamed up with Harrogate-based Slingsby Gin to offer all diners a special Gooseberry Southside welcome cocktail on arrival.”