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About Bagdale Hall

In the heart of Whitby lies a true town gem. The Bagdale Hall is a historic tudor manor house built in 1516, and offers relaxing accommodation as well as a charming local restaurant where the team create high quality and unique dishes full of flavour and love. Strictly sourcing local produce from locally caught Whitby fish to fresh seasonal vegetables, the menu boats all your favourite British fare from oysters, to steaks with all the trimmings, an array of seafood options and vegetarian delights you’re going to love. Whatever tickles your fancy, this delightful restaurant will have something to suit, just be sure to book ahead. You’ll find Bagdale Hall on Bagdale in the town centre.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Bagdale Hall
1 Bagdale, Town Centre
Whitby YO21 1QL

Menu Highlights



Goats cheese and sun blush tomato mousse, beetroot, tapenade toast


Prawn and lobster cocktail, crisp lettuce, dill and lemon mayo, sesame seed toast


Sticky beef salad with bamboo shoots water chestnuts, crispy lettuce and a soy, honey and sesame seed dressing



BBQ Marinated Chicken Breast

Served with french fries, flat cap mushroom stuffed with onion and tomato compote, watercress salad and a choice of sauce

Pan Fried Salmon Fillet

With a pesto crust, fricassee of tomato, red pepper and chirizo, crispy tiger prawns, olive oil

Roasted Root Vegetable Crumble

Roasted garlic & balsamic potatoes, parsnip puree and sweet potato crisps


Bagdale Pannacotta

Lime pannacotta with hazelnut praline, sugared salted peanuts, poached strawberries and blackberries, cardamom and vanilla cream with cinder toffee

Chocolate Orange Delice Torte

With a fresh orange sorbet and raspberry coulis

Famous Sticky Toffee Pudding

With spiced caramel sauce and maple syrup ripple ice cream

9 Bagdale Hall Reviews

9 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Great value
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Fiona B.a year ago · 1 review

Lovely setting, staff and food. Check that what is on the menu suits you as it's not designed for a fussy eater but our party loved it.

Collin B.a year ago · 1 review

Lovely ,lovely place , excellent service and food , room spotless and clean , would highly recommend only downside was excessive road noise as our room was on front of annex building that said we have already booked for another stay later in year however this time treating ourselves to room in main hall , can`t wait

Louise I.a year ago · 5 reviews

Fantastic food. Lovely atmosphere and reasonably priced too. The prawn and lobster cocktail was perfect. Would have like to try dessert but had no room left. If i was in whitby again i would definately be back

Darryl W.a year ago · 1 review

The building is beautiful and both the food and service were excellent. We would highly recommend and we will be returning very soon . 10/10

Danny P.a year ago · 1 review

The Staff were very friendly. I found food choices were excellent, the food was prepared and served in good time. All in all a very good experience and would reccoment this restaurant

Margaret G.a year ago · 1 review

Gorgeous surroundings. Gorgeous food. Staff were lovely and friendly. We had the set menu (available tuesdays and fridays) was well worth it. Great value for money

sheena s.a year ago · 1 review

First time visit. Staff friendly and helpful. Setting quaint and historic. Food was presented well and delicious. Overall a good experience. Would recommend to others.

Dennis H.a year ago · 1 review

Good menu, food, wine, service and atmosphere. Nice and cosy lighting in a snug and atmospheric room - great for couples. Lemon sole and steak were both lovely.

Andrew J.a year ago · 1 review

On the night there were only two tables taken, therfore the atmosphere was lacking, secondly the price was high for the meals ordered. On previous visits the experience was bettere - hence the return visit.