After a difficult 18 months hospitality is back and booming again- allowing new and unique eateries to establish themselves in the local area. As well as revisiting old favourites, Hull’s foodies also enjoy indulging in all that modernity has to offer, and so, if you find yourself bored or without plans in the coming weeks, then I highly recommend you visit some (if not all) of the new culinary establishments that have opened in Hull and The East Riding.
Pie and Mash Hull
209 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2EN
The much anticipated arrival of Pie and Mash has brought a little slice of London to the local area. Situated on Newland Avenue, one of Hull’s most vibrant and popular social destinations, Pie and Mash is a cosy and comfortable eatery whose dishes are warming and satisfying. The newly founded establishment sports a trendy traditional décor, fitted out with green brick tiling and chessboard flooring, ensuring that the customers dining experience is a unique and atmospheric one.
In addition, Pie and Mash allows customers to choose from a plethora of dishes- including Vegan and Vegetarian options. Some of their most popular pies are as follows: Steak and Ale Pie, Minted Lamb Pie, Chicken Balti Pie, and Honey Roasted Root Veg & Goats Cheese. Those with an appetite for sweet things and treats will be glad to know that Pie and Mash also specialise in a number of classic British deserts, the perfect finishing touch to a lazy lunch. Some of their finest deserts are: Sticky Toffee Pudding, Rhubarb and Ginger Pudding, and Flapjack. For a hearty and delicious meal in comfortable surroundings- Pie and Mash is ideal!
Check out their website: https://pieandmashhull.co.uk/
2 Ferriby Road, Hessle, Hull HU13 0PG
Hessle’s The Birdcage Restaurant is sure to wow customers with it’s unique décor and tasty food. The eateries stunning, jungle inspired interior provides customers with escapism and immersion to the highest degree, making it the perfect place to come with family and friends to eat, drink, and socialise. The Birdcage also benefits immeasurably from it’s inviting menus, which includes a kids menu. Serving everything from Pizzas and Burgers, to Steak and Pasta- The Birdcage is supremely capable of accommodating everyone.
Some of the restaurants most popular dishes are: Honey and Black Pepper Ribs, Miso Blackened Cod, Tropicana Pizza, and their Lamb Burger, all of which are sure to satisfy any hungry customer! The Birdcage’s extravagant design and delicious food is sure to make it one of the local area’s most popular places to dine.
Check out their website: https://birdcagehessle.co.uk/
Eden Bar and Restaurant
84 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QJ
Delivering style and comfort in equal measure is Eden Bar and Restaurant, one of Princes Avenue’s most popular places to eat and drink. This spacious and expansive eatery is modern and relaxing, allowing customers to indulge in their food and drink with all the finesse of fine dining. In addition to it’s impressive décor and design, Eden’s staff are endlessly helpful and approachable regarding recommendations. Most importantly however, the newly founded establishment excels in providing customers with delicious food at a reasonable price- seared duck breast, baked camembert, butternut squash and chive risotto, Eden Bar and Restaurant is an impressive establishment that balances fine dining with populism perfectly.
Check out their website: https://edenhull.co.uk/
Paragon Arcade, Carr Lane, HU13, Kingston Upon Hull
The latest culinary addition to Hull’s much beloved Paragon Arcade is Holy Brunch, an exciting new venture that champions, above all else, brunch! With it’s hospitable staff and atmosphere of urban comfort, Holy Brunch is set to become one of the local area’s trendiest, and most popular eateries. Some of their most sought after dishes are as follows: Stewed Banana, made up of Cinnamon eggy bread with stewed banana and sticky sauce, and their Chorizo Hash, made up of smoked chorizo, crispy ciabatta, beans, potatoes, and spicy fried egg. Holy Brunch are also set to introduce a vegan menu, therefore allowing them to accommodate customers of different dietary inclinations.