Taste of the North York Moors

Delicious food in the North York Moors

With its glorious natural larder and talented pool of chefs, producers and retailers who like nothing better than to create and source great food and drink, the North York Moors is like a hamper of culinary treats nestled in the beautiful landscape of the National Park.

There’s no denying the passion for food across the North York Moors. Whether it’s a family-run business keeping alive a centuries-old culinary tradition, a chef whose menu is driven by the seasons or a farm shop championing local produce, what unites them is their passion for the area and their conviction that only the best is good enough.

Explore Taste

Explore some of the fantastic food and drink producers and places to eat that call the North York Moors home, and learn more about how Taste was born.

Plan your tasty visit

Plan your tasty visit

Getting here

Public transport is aplenty in the National Park so do think about ways you can take the bus and train whilst getting around.

If you're feeling particularly adventurous and have the sea legs, you can see our coast by getting out on the water.

Share with Care

We love welcoming everyone into the National Park, it’s a very special place, perfect for getting closer to nature whilst exploring the amazing eats on offer.

Whether you're visiting the National Park to try a new restaurant, returning to a personal favourite or just to see where the day takes you, please remember to follow our Share with Care initiative.

Plan ahead, keep it clean and respect your surroundings are just to name a view. View all Share with Care, here.

Explore Capital of Cake car free

Journey across the Capital of Cake car free!

David loved touring across the North York Moors showing how many ways we can ditch a car and use alternative modes of transport. Not only from a feel-good, environmental perspective. It adds an extra element of appreciating the journey and seeing new landscapes.

Throughout his Capital of Cake journey, we see the benefits of earning your cake calories by walking to your destination. We covered the Cleveland Way and Esk Valley walk. Take a look at our walking pages to plan your cake trail. Cycling is another fantastic way to discover new trails and cover greater distances- especially if you opt for an electric bike!

Get involved

Do you think your business has what it takes to be a Capital of Cake destination?

If so, email Phoebe to discuss this further and join the map!

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