Cut & Chase in York combines rustic wooden benches with industrial-chic detailing like hanging metal lamps and is one of York’s trendiest eateries, conveniently placed on Goodramgate in the city centre. The menu at Cut & Chase York focuses on hearty and honest British cuisine crafted from the finest local produce, while the drinks list is more exotic, boasting a range of handcrafted cocktails which fuse together a number of different influences. Bookings are highly recommended at this one.
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Great food with very friendly staff who really looked after us
Fantastic food and very friendly staff. Would fully recommend to all my friends.
A really enjoyable birthday celebratory meal, beautifully presented, very tasty. Excellent service, we didn't feel rushed at all. My only comment would be the plates weren't very hot, but this didn't detract from our enjoyment. We'll definitely be returning.
Cut & Chase in York has been packing in the crowds since opening its doors on Goodramgate, and it’s not hard to see why this trendy hotspot has gained a following as one of the fastest-rising names in York’s restaurant scene. Don’t let the industrial-chic interiors distract you from the menu at this kitchen and bar, which focuses on all-time British favourites with a modern twist. As you might have heard, the cocktails at Cut & Chase restaurant are exceptionally drool-worthy too.
Whet your appetite at Cut & Chase York with homemade soup, steak tartar or crushed avocado & chilli bruschetta, before tucking into the pan-fried lamb loin served on a creamy colcannon mash with carrots, minted broad beans, peas and a rich gravy. Afterwards, sink back a cocktail from the lengthy selection on offer – we recommend the Ruby Rose – a unique take on the classic mojito, made with a special blend of rose petal vodka and rose liqueur, in place of white rum. Given its central location in York, a stone’s throw away from the railway station, Cut & Chase on Goodramgate, York is one stellar outfit no self-respecting foodie should ever miss. Reserve a table before you visit, however, as seats tend to fill up fast.