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Brasserie & Bar

Brasserie & Bar

Our vibrant brasserie & bar has a riot of rich jewel colours and contemporary art, this together with the buzz of guests and locals makes it a really unique little spot.

Evan, Ruth and their friendly team are sure to make your visit memorable with a warm welcome for everyone. The Brasserie is the perfect place to catch up for lunch, or to mingle with friends for dinner and enjoy a much deserved glass of wine after a hectic day. All of the dishes on the menu are served in the Brasserie or – weather-permitting – on the terrace; a real sun-trap for those wishing to enjoy our impressive views over The Dales.

There is an impressive selection of wines, available by the glass or the bottle and designed to accomodate all budgets.

A Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a traditional Sunday roast with family and friends, so why not treat yourselves to one of the best places in Yorkshire to dine out; each Sunday our lunch menu is available from 12noon-4pm.

Dress Code:

Casual

Award

1 AA rosette

Lunch and Early Bird Set Menu

Available Monday-Saturday 12-2.30pm and 6-7pm

Two courses: £19 | Three courses: £22

Spring Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

  • Lunch 12noon-2.30pm
  • Afternoon Bites - 2.30pm-5pm
  • Dinner 6pm-9.30pm (Early bird 6-7pm)

Saturday

  • Brunch 10am-11.30am
  • Lunch 12noon-2.30pm
  • Afternoon Bites - 2.30pm-5pm
  • Dinner 6pm-9.30pm (Early bird 6-7pm)

Sunday

  • Brunch 10am-11.30am
  • Lunch 12noon-4pm

(open all afternoon for drinks)

  • Dinner 6pm-9.00pm 

We aim to cater for food intolerances and allergies provided they are mentioned at time of booking.

Reservations

01756 718100

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Meet the Chef

A talented and dedicated Chef, Sean Pleasants has worked his way up the ranks at The Devonshire Arms. Beginning as a Chef de Partie in June 2009, he was promoted to Sous Chef in August 2010, then Senior Sous Chef in September 2014. Today, Sean is Head Chef in our AA Rosette award-winning Brasserie. With over 20 years experience, Sean’s culinary career began at Headley’s Restaurant, Keighley, in 1996, and he stayed until it closed in 2005. He then moved on to the Old Tramshed in Saltaire, before joining The Devonshire in the summer of 2009.

Sean offers a non-fussy approach when it comes to dining, often favouring simple, hearty dishes – perfect for any occasion. Citing Good British and French Classic food as inspiration for his dishes, Sean prefers Gastro pub style over fine dining and bears this in mind while creating the menu. Being from Yorkshire, Sean is passionate about using only the freshest, high quality ingredients from the county, and when he can’t find an ingredient from the Devonshire Kitchen Garden, he will source it from a local supplier.

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