The top 10 best rated carveries in Yorkshire voted for by you

Across Yorkshire, we’re lovers of roasts and carveries.

Gravy and Yorkshire puddings are our bread and butter, so it makes sense that across the region, we have plenty of restaurants to head to.

Yet who has the fluffiest roasties and the best stuffing?

And the most important question of all, who has the biggest and the best Yorkshire puddings?

We’ve picked out ten that have their diners raving so is your favourite on the list and have we got it right?

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The Guy Fawkes Arms, Scotton, Knaresborough

The Guy Fawkes Arms has the privilege of being hailed as the place customers would recommend a thousand times over.

The gravy is something diners have said is “to die for”.

It’s not a standard roast, but instead one that is considered that little bit fancier. With starters consisting of the likes of pate and king prawn cocktail, the roast meats consist of turkey, roast sirloin and lamb shank.

Puddings are pretty fabulous too, consisting of dishes such as apple rhubarb with ginger crumble and pavlova.

Anchor Inn at Whixley, New Road, Whixley

Praised for its generous portions and the nice pub atmosphere.

There’s lamb shanks, steak and ale pie on offer, as well as the nice pub atmosphere.

There’s even lots of desserts to choose from and diners rave about the warm welcome staff always give.

The Guy Fawkes Arms
The Guy Fawkes Arms
(Image: The Guy Fawkes Arms)

Boatmans Rest, Edmunds Road, Barnsley

Customers call this one ‘the best pub food in Yorkshire’ and that includes a delicious carvery.

Diners say the meats are ‘melt in your mouth’ and the carvery is served both on a Wednesday and a Sunday.

Most customers find themselves rushing for a weekly fix, with one commenting: “the nicest place for carvery by far.

“We’ve visited numerous pubs in all areas of Barnsley and none of them compare to the carvery they serve at Boatmans Rest.

York Roast Co.

We couldn’t mention carveries and not mention this place.

They’ve revolutionised the roast game and it can’t be denied how much they’re loved.

The York Roast Co. serve their roasts in a wrap, but it’s no ordinary wrap.

It’s a giant Yorkshire pudding, and they can be filled with whatever you fancy.

Beef, pork crackling, gravy, stuffing, veg – it’s a whole carvery wrapped up in a very large Yorkshire pudding – what more could you want?

It’s even had customers coming from all over the UK, not just Yorkshire, wanting to try the unique dish.

The Stump Cross Inn, Godley Lane, Halifax

It’s jumped on the Yorkshire pudding wrap trend, and doesn’t just offer carvery.

If you’re wanting the full meal, it’s there but you can also treat yourself to a roast beef baguette smothered in gravy.

There’s always a choice of meat on offer, even including steak pies.

Customers compliment the tastiest gravy and the decent sizes.

York Roast Co.
York Roast Co.
(Image: York Roast Co.)

The George Carvery, Dove Bank, Harrogate

The George is also a hotel but it isn’t just the guests who enjoy a carvery here.

Outdoor play for the kids, friendly hosts, the carvery is so popular it often sells out so it’s a good idea to get here early.

Diners go as far as to recommend the small plate as the larger portions prove to be so big.

The manager seems to be well loved, with customers eager to head back just for his excellent service.

The New Wheatsheaf, Altofts Lane, Castleford

If there’s one thing you should try here, it’s the steak pie.

Pretty much every review of the New Wheatsheaf mentions the pie, and during the pandemic they’ve offered a takeaway service.

On top of all usual trimmings, you can be treated to mash, to cauliflower cheese, to the offering of all meats an option – you don’t have to pick just one.

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The Barnbow Stonehouse Pizza and Carvery, Scarborough District

This carvery is said to have improved drastically, now becoming one of the best in the area.

Diners have a choice of small, standard, large or extra large and the carvery also includes a free shandy, half a pint or lemonade.

One diner said: “The food was lovely, even with the small carvery, you could have a choice of meats.

“The staff were very lovely and very friendly.”

Boatmans Rest
Boatmans Rest
(Image: Boatmans Rest)

Meadow Farm, Dining and Carvery, Nether Lane, Sheffield

Diners never come here just once, instead visit time and time again.

Pear Tree farm don’t just serve carvery but offer starters, breakfasts as well as a staggering choice of unique ice cream flavours.

Customers are able to order via app and pay for food through it which many diners are finding easy to use and helpful with Covid-19 rules.

One customer said:

Elmwood Farm, Dining and Carvery, Old Colliery Way, Sheffield

A Greene King pub, it’s unique from its counterparts in that it’s known for its carvery. It offers plenty of other options and not just a roast alone.

With as much gravy as you would want, the choice is vast for veggies, meats and of course, the Yorkshire puddings are pretty good too.

Guests like the fact that you’re encouraged to pile your plate as high as possible, the service is friendly and the restaurant said to be spotlessly clean.

There’s also an impressive desserts selection.

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