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Swan and Talbot, located smack dab in the middle of Yorkshire’s Wetherby, a beautiful town located on an old route between London and Edinburgh. Truly historic, the premises have been a pub for more than four centuries. Offering four different rooms for out-of-towners looking for accommodation in addition to inventive English cuisine, Swan and Talbot on North Street provide a traditional escape for busy residents of nearby York, Harrogate, Leeds and beyond.
Food was nice bit pricey at £47.50 for 2 Sunday beef dinners and a bottle of Rose won't be eating there again sorry and very short staffed
Very poor. Bland food. Service friendly but I think they know it’s not a good food offering. Felt like pre prepped food with nothing freshly prepared.
We had a meal on Christmas eve. We were very disappointed in the minimal choice on the menu - I didn't realise that it was a Sunday menu(even on Christmas eve). Having said that what we did have was very tasty and enjoyable
Beginning at 9am daily, the kitchen crew at Swan and Talbot begin whipping up some of the finest breakfasts in all of Wetherby. Simple, yet packed with complex flavour, the morning offering at this fantastic tavern draws visitors from all over Yorkshire. Indulge in the Yorkshire brunch – two rashers of Yorkshire smoked bacon, Sykes house farm sausages, hashbrown, and egg, portobello, grilled tomato, toast, beans, and black pudding – for an unbelievably satisfying and decadent start to your day.
Visit Swan and Talbot on Wetherby’s North Street during the evening hours for English cuisine that’s inventive and gourmet, without straying too far away from tradition. Order up the delicious vegetarian blue cheese, mushroom and baby spinach tart, or take the mighty slow braised lamb shank served with creamy mash, red wine gravy and roasted vegetables. Kids aren’t left out of the mix and can choose to have their very own mini burger with chips or homemade breaded fish fingers, among other options. There’s nothing else like it in Yorkshire – make your reservation today and taste a piece of history.