Princes Avenue is undoubtedly one of Hull and East Riding’s most exciting social hubs, packed with rustic restaurants, old-fashioned pubs perfect for a pint, and street-side bars ideal for late-night outings with loved ones and friends.
As well as being home to some of Hull’s oldest and best-loved culinary institutions, Princes Avenue is always introducing new businesses and flavours into the local area, making it a unique and diverse location-perpetually capable of accommodating any local foodie with its delicious and impressive delicacies.
With all of this in mind, here’s the ultimate food & drink guide to Princes Avenue!
The Greek Restaurant
78 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QJ
First established in 2017, The Greek has grown to be an enormously popular culinary establishment in Hull and the surrounding local area- with it even being voted Hull’s Best Restaurant by the public. Having dined there myself a number of times, it’s easy to see why The Greek is so highly renowned. In addition to serving quality, homemade Greek cuisine, the establishment boasts a rustic and homely décor that ensures comfort for all those that visit.
Given that The Greek specialises in Greek cuisine, Meze (both hot and cold) makes up a great deal of the restaurant’s menu- Dolmades, Moussaka, Calamari, and Talagani, The Greek provides hungry customers with a plethora of quaint, flavoursome dishes to choose from, all of which are available at a reasonable price. Furthermore, The Greek is responsible for crafting one of Hull’s finest mixed grills, using expertly seasoned meats that are sure to tantalise the taste buds of any lucky customer.
93 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QP
Newly opened and manned by talent trained by 13-time world champion chef Tony Gemignani, Vezo opened to much excitement and curiosity, and seems to have really hit the mark.
The stylish and charming venue is the perfect place to enjoy some of Hull’s best pizza, and the menu features a perfect selection of classics as well as the option to build your own. It’s definitely worth a try, and with takeaway and delivery available soon too, it’s a perfect place to snaffle some ‘za.
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30-32 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QA
The Bowery, located in the centre of Princess Avenue, is a family-friendly pub that offers various amenities to suit different tastes and occasions. Ideal for families looking to enjoy a meal together without the hassle of cooking and cleaning, the pub also provides a comfortable setting for friends to gather and catch up.
The menu at the Bowery consists of traditional British pub fare, while the drink options are extensive. Among the beverages available are a wide range of cask ales and premium spirits, including specialty items such as Pink Gin!
Overall, the Bowery offers a blend of entertainment and dining options that can cater to a variety of preferences, making it a popular spot for both locals and visitors alike. Whether for a family meal, a get-together with friends, or simply to enjoy a drink and watch a game, The Bowery is a great choice.
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97 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QP
One of Princes Avenue’s most popular takeaways and sit-in restaurants, Ray’s Balti, the revamped and reborn restaurant once known as Ray’s Place, specialises in delicious, homemade Indian cuisine that is sure to satisfy any hungry customer. With its generous portion sizes, affordable rates, and wealth of recognisable dishes, Ray’s is a comforting and charming place to dine with friends and family.
Da Gianni Restaurant
48 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QG
Hull and The East Riding is abundant with Italian restaurants and eateries- none however are quite as popular or renowned as Da Gianni, a charming and traditional establishment that offers comforting surroundings and delicious food in equal measure. Da Gianni offers everything one could want and expect from an Italian restaurant- pizzas, pasta (of every possible variety), antipasti, and a wealth of delicious chicken dishes. What sets aside Da Gianni from many of its contemporaries is its incorporation of imported Italian ingredients, flawless service, and craftsmanship that elevate its dishes to a higher level. For flavoursome dishes in friendly surroundings, Da Gianni is perfect.
54 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QG
Garbutts reigns as one of Hull’s most popular bars and pubs, perfect for those seeking a quick, delicious bite to eat in atmospheric and lively surroundings. The spacious and impressively decorated eatery primarily specialises in a number of quintessentially English pub classics, Fish and Chips, Full English, Mixed Grills, and delicious, towering Burgers sure to satisfy every customer. In addition to serving good quality, comforting food, Garbutts also functions as a lively, stylish bar, thus demonstrating the flexibility of the establishment.
58 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QG
One of my personal favourites, Marrakech Avenue is an atmospheric, authentic Moroccan eatery that urges customers to indulge in something new. As well as boasting impressive décor that is sure to stun any curious foodie, Marrakech Avenue possesses a rich and diverse menu- including Lamb Tagine, Spicy Kofta dishes, and traditional Moroccan Mezze, all of which are available at a reasonable price. For delicious cuisine sure to surprise as well as satisfy, Marrakech Avenue is ideal.
45-47 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3RX
El Toro ‘a haven of Spain on the Avenues’ is an impressive establishment dealing in traditional Spanish cuisine, that with its abundance of choice and flavour is one of the local area’s most renowned eateries. With three diverse menus to choose from (Main, all-you-can-eat, takeaway), El Toro is capable of accommodating everyone at a reasonable price. Traditional Paella, flavoursome Tapas, and expertly seasoned meats, El Toro manages to walk the line between authenticism and populism without flaw- it is an establishment fit for a romantic meal, or for a large meal with friends.
Unit 1, Princes Court Princes Avenue, Hull HU5 EQA
Adding to Princes Avenue’s already burgeoning multiculturalism is The Persian, a comfortable and friendly eatery that specialises in traditional meze and grill. The Persian’s extensive menu grants it variety and eclecticism, making it the perfect place to come with a large group of family or friends whose culinary inclinations may vary. Meze, Kebab, and Seafood are some of the dishes The Persian specialise in, however, the restaurant also offers a number of delicious, traditional vegetarian dishes.
56 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QG
Princes Avenue’s largest and dirtiest burgers belong to Crafted, a welcoming and atmospheric eatery that specialises in dishes perfect for the hungover and hungry! Loaded chips, saucy wings, and towering burgers containing all kinds of additional treats, Crafted is best suited for those that seek to shamelessly indulge in hearty comfort food of the highest quality. If ever you find yourself without plans one lazy Sunday, I urge you to visit Crafted.
51 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QY
A local favourite of the highest renown, Thai House is a stylish and modern eatery that offers professionalism and delicious food in equal measure. In addition to its main menu and pre-order menu, Thai House also provides a vegan and gluten-free menu, demonstrating the establishment’s willingness to engage with emerging dietary requirements and inclinations. Their numerous rice and noodle dishes are made using only the finest ingredients and are all available at a reasonable price.
16-20 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QA
As well as being one of Hull’s most popular places to drink and socialise, Pave also offers customers a number of delicious and homemade dishes sure to satisfy any hungry customer. Pave primarily specialises in tasty pub classics that demand return, as well as offering a hearty and wholesome Sunday dinner.
31-33 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3RX
Rivalling Marrakech Avenue and Ray’s Balti for authenticism is Banarasi, a wildly popular Indian restaurant located where Bengal Lounge used to be. They deal in authentic Indian cuisine and culture, rather than the Westernised dishes many Indian restaurants around Hull sell. With its generous portions, reasonable prices, and wealth of curries to choose from, Banarasi excels at providing customers with moreish cuisine fit for any customer.
26-28 Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QA
Tucked away in the bustling Princes Avenue in Hull, Accomplice is a go-to spot for foodies and cocktail enthusiasts alike! The innovative Asian-inspired menu serves dishes in a small plate format, perfect for tasting and sharing, and the experimental cocktails are a treat both after a meal or on their own.
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6A Princes Ave, Hull HU5 3QA
Although Pearson’s is primarily thought of as a place to drink and socialise with friends, the spacious and modern pub also deals in a number of tasty dishes, pub classics sure to comfort any hungry customer out with friends or family. Club Sandwiches, Black Pudding Stacks, Fish and Chips, Pearsons ensures its customers are always comfortable and satisfied.
Princes Avenue is a bustling and exciting social hub, abundant with unique and impressive establishments that demand return. Next time you feel the urge to indulge in some delicious and professionally crafted food, I recommend you visit Princes Avenue!