Hull Restaurants and Dining

(Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK)

Photo taken in the Princes Quay areaThere are all kinds of restaurants awaiting your patronage in Hull, with food to tempt your taste buds and suit your needs. Dining options in Hull range from freshly caught seafood and hearty pub grub, to quick lunchtime snacks and international cuisine - particularly along Princes Avenue.

Hull and East Yorkshire provide visitors with a fairly cosmopolitan choice of eateries, and the city is home to a number of renowned restaurants and upmarket gourmet pubs, should you favour fine dining. The cafe culture in Hull is also thriving and many shoppers like to take a break and enjoy a cappuccino at one of the waterfront cafes surrounding the marina.

Image of eatery at The Deep aquarium attraction

What to Eat

There is a selection of dining specialities in Hull, with Yorkshire puddings regularly appearing on menus throughout the city. City restaurants also pride themselves on using local produce and ultimately offer a taste of the real Yorkshire, with traditional sausage being a firm favourite with many a diner.

If you prefer something other than English-style dining, then look out for the Chinese, Indian, Italian, Lebanese, Polish, Thai and Turkish restaurants. For burgers, pizzas and fried chicken, all of the usual fast-food outlets are on hand.

Further view of the Princes Quay

Where to Eat

There are restaurants all over the city centre, with plenty of choice within the Princes Quay shopping centre, around the Queen Victoria Square and lining the Whitefriargate thoroughfare.

For traditional dining, Ye Olde White Hart on Silver Street is a rather famous local pub in Hull and dates from the 17th century, being known today for its Sunday lunches and sunny beer garden. It is said that in 1642, locals gathered at Ye Olde White Hart's upstairs Plotting Parlour, where they chose to exclude King Charles I from their city.

Further restaurants and eateries in Hull can be found along roads such as: