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The Duke of York at Shelf
Situated opposite the Stone Chair in Shelf, The Duke of York is one of the stopping off points on many published walks.Built in the early 1800’s the Duke boasts a grade 2 listed façade with mullioned windows and ivy covered walls. The restaurant boasts and open fire and has the perfect atmosphere, whether you are catching up with old friends or celebrating a special occasion.Our A La Carte Menu is available both in the day and evening service along with creative daily specials and delicious light bites.We take pride in what we do here at the Duke of York, so expect no less than excellent service from our friendly front of house staff, flavoursome homemade dishes and we are sure you will feel comfortable within the surroundings and character of this unique establishment.
A Chinese Buffet with a difference, all food is continually prepared by experienced chefs using only the freshest ingredients.The Owner Mr Kwok Fai Chan has had over 30 years experience developing his cuisine. B. C Buffet Restaurant strives to deliver the best in high quality authentic chinese food at a affordable price.Come to B.C Buffet Restaurant and experience authentic chinese cuisine presented in style. If you are organising a special occasion we can cater for up to 65 people in our upstairs area - this connects to a seperate, authentic Karaoke room which can hold up to 20 guests.Please call for party prices and availability.
The Crossroads at Wainstalls
Set high on the Pennine moors between Halifax and Hebden Bridge the Cross Roads is an ideal base for exploring the magnificent surrounding countryside. A welcoming log burning fire greets visitors on cold days and this is matched by the warmth of the welcome from Peter and Jayne.The Crossroads Inn has recently been totally refurbished throughout and now offers a comfortable dining environment and relaxed bar area just ten minutes from Halifax town centre. It has what everyone looks for in a good quality establishment and serves good, home cooked food each day as well as a daily specials board where local produce and fresh food is top of their priorities. The Crossroads also has six en suite bed and breakfast rooms with coffee making facilities, flat screen tv's and free wifi and was awarded five stars in the 'Scores on the Doors' hygiene rating.Experienced chef's Peter Conlin and his partner Jayne Barton have taken over running the Timothy Taylor owned Cross Roads Inn. Looking for a fresh challenge the couple have moved North from the New Forest where Peter was Executive Chef for Pebble Hotels and Jayne was the head chef at the Famous Forest Inn, The High Corner.Quality fresh pub food with a twist is their promise as they introduces their own style of cooking and look to build the Cross Roads' reputation as a destination pub for all the family. Peter said "With three children of our own, we are keen to encourage families and with this in mind the emphasis will be very much on value for money food. There is often something on such as pie night, curry night or steak night and there is live music every few weeks. Also serving retro lunches, Sunday lunch and a fixed price sunset menu why not give The Crossroads a try next time your're eating out? We're sure you won't be disappointed.
The Junction Inn
Welcome to The Junction Inn, Queensbury.The Junction Inn is a well-established family run business that specialises in delicious, home-cooked food.They have a varied menu, which uses only the finest fresh ingredients - guaranteed to appeal to all tastes! They have all the traditional pub classics, as well as a few of their own special dishes.As well as the delicious food they have a selection of great-value wines and real ales.The Junction Inn comprises of a warm, cosy bar area, complete with comfortable seating and open fire places, and the light and welcoming conservatory restaurant area. There is also a large beer garden at the back of the pub, which is perfect for enjoying a drink in the sun!