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Whitby Restaurants 
 
Eating out in Whitby is pure pleasure with lots of choice.  We recommend that you make your selection during the day and go in and book a table for the evening. 
 
Obviously this is only a small selection of your options. 
 
Hadleys Fish and Chips, 11 Bridge Street 
 
The Monk's Haven - Good reviews for the Fish and Chips 
 
*The Magpie Cafe - Famous for its fish and chips.  Some visitors would never leave Whitby without a visit to The Magpie. 
 
*The Fisherman's Wife - Traditional fish and chips and seafood 
 
The Quayside - Fish and Chip Shop of the Year, 2014 (and close to The Station so you can go for a lovely pint of real ale afterwards :) 
 
The Moon and Sixpence - Very popular with locals and visitors alike. 
 
*Humble Pie and Mash - Massive helpings of gorgeous food in a  (you may need to go for a walk after you've eaten!) 
 
Ditto Restaurant - Book Early!!!
Whitby Cafes 
 
The Singing Kettle - Simply the best cafe for an English breakfast 
 
Jane's Kitchen - for breakfast and home-cooked meals and desserts 
 
*Beckett's Coffee Shop - dog friendly 
 
*W Hamond - recommended for tea 
 
Sherlocks - lovely refreshments in quaint surroundings 
 
The Art Cafe - enjoy your coffee in a wonderful art gallery 
 
Cranberry Swamp - gluton free available in abundance.  And breakfasts with a difference. 
 
 
Marie Antoinette's - the best coffee in Whitby 
 
The Courtyard - tucked away in a cosy little corner 
 
*Teare Woods Luxury Ice Cream Parlour - Friday night is tapas night but check out when they're open as it's only a small concern.  My niece visits Whitby just to have an ice cream from Teare Woods!
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