One of the best ways to beat the January blues is to go out and indulge in some delicious food and drink, be it in the company of friends, family, or simply by yourself! Those that are especially keen to try somewhere new will be happy to know that in the past few weeks a number of outstanding eateries and establishments have opened in Hull and East Yorkshire, all of which warrant a visit. In order to help guide you in your decision making a little, here are five new brilliant places to eat at this January.
The Brunch Club
44-46 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QG
The Brunch Club is one of the local area’s most promising new eateries- a spacious and stylish establishment which delivers on delicious food just as much as it does atmosphere. Situated on Princes Avenue, another of Hull’s most popular social hubs, The Brunch Club specialises in a great number of dishes and drinks, including, of course, brunch! (It’s also worth noting that there is the option of a bottomless brunch, a perfect treat for those seeking indulgence) Some of the establishments standout dishes are as follows: Brunch Club Shakshuka, Mexican Eggs Benni, Turkish Eggs, and their delicious Fried Chicken Caesar Salad- all of which are generously priced!
155 Newland Ave, Hull HU5 2ER
La Cantina is bringing Argentinian cuisine to the local area with flair, generosity, and style. The latest culinary addition to the social hub that is Newland Avenue, La Cantina also functions as an impressive steak house, diligently providing the public with delicious, expertly seasoned steak which is sure to satisfy any hungry customer. La Cantina also benefits immeasurably from a wealth of friendly, helpful staff, and a sleek, modern décor which makes for an atmospheric dining experience.
54-60 Paragon St, Hull HU1 3PE
The rejuvenation of Hull’s city centre is well and truly on it’s way, aided largely by the recent establishment of some excellent eateries, of which Mr Hugo is one! Specialising largely in German cuisine, Mr Hugo is rapidly becoming one of the local area’s most popular places to eat, drink, and socialise. In addition to it’s friendly staff and inviting décor, the establishment also provides its customers with a wealth of delicious and interesting food. Some of their most popular dishes are as follows: Berliner Kebaps, Vegan Kabaps, Berliner Doner Boxes, and a number of irresistible burgers. Mr Hugo also specialise in milkshakes and in a variety of tasty German beers, the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
18 Savile St, Hull HU1 3EF
One of Hull’s newest and most sought after bars, Monroe’s excels in providing customers with an atmospheric and relaxed place to drink, be it with friends, family, or a partner. Situated on Savile Street, in the centre of Hull, Monroe’s also hold a number of events and have some offers to entice customers, including a karaoke night and the following deals: 3 for £5 Jagerbombs & Sambuca, £1 Sourz & Cactus Jacks, and Draught Lager from £2.80! Monroe’s is perfect for those seeking affordably priced drinks and a relaxing yet lively place to socialise in.
Hammonds of Hull Food Hall
1 Paragon St, Hull HU1 3NA
A major attraction in the city of Hull, the Hammonds of Hull Food Hall is an expansive, diverse establishment sure to endow the city centre with some excitement and liveliness! Multiple vendors operate within the establishment, each of which specialising in their own choice of delicious cuisine, be it Italian, Indian, or sweet treats- the Food Hall has it all! The establishment is also fortunate enough to run an impressive farm shop, in which all sorts of fresh, local produce is stocked entirely for your benefit! With it’s modern décor and staggering culinary diversity, the Food Hall is sure to only go from strength to strength in the coming months.