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To indulge in some hearty British food with a modern twist, head to this sleek fine dining restaurant on Grape Lane. Attracting gourmands from all over the York area with its high quality cuisine and creative takes on classic dishes, Nineteen is a favourite of many. This cosy restaurant is a popular choice, especially on a Sunday with it’s fantastic Sunday lunch menu, drawing in crowds of discerning foodies, tourists and families alike. To avoid disappointment we recommend making a reservation beforehand!
The staff are helpful and polite. The restaurant is quaint, cosy but we would have been crampt if all the tables were full. The fish dish was well seasons, colourful and just enough. We would have liked the treacle tart to be warm on the petite foirs but the doughnuts were lovely. Reasonable price for a meal. Would recommend
Been coming to this restaurant over a number of years and has always been consistently good, quality of service and food never disappoints will definitely recommend
Fantastic service and food. The food was Of high quality and the waiter couldn't of been more helpful, will defiantly be returning again for my birthday
The perfect place to spend an evening celebrating a special occasion, at Nineteen you can look out onto the charming streets of York and watch the world go by around you as you feast on the delectable British cuisine. Priding themselves on using the finest Yorkshire produce, on Nineteen’s menu you’ll find traditional dishes that have all been given a contemporary update and crafted from seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. Begin with some black pudding scotch egg with peas, onion, bacon and chicken jus or some Yorkshire blue trifle (beetroot, pear and blue cheese mousse).
On the main course menu you’ll find gourmet takes on a range of classic dishes. Opt for something quintessentially British like the mouth watering 36-hour blade of beef served alongside an onion tart, braised greens, pearl barley and a rich gravy, or the chicken with a ham, leek and pea stuffing served with cauliflower and mustard mornay sauce, or go for the spiced lamb rump with chickpea tagine and mint creme fraiche for something with a bit of a spicy kick. For an evening of fine dining in York’s City Centre, book a table at Nineteen on Grape Lane.