Bored of the same places to eat out at the moment? Well take a look at these 4 new places recently opened in Hull & East Yorkshire.
Fed ‘n’ Watered
Fed ‘n’ Watered are really changing the way you envision a coffee shop. Rather than offering pre-packed sandwiches, it’s packed full of fresh food on it’s menu. Not only that, but it’s the only authentic Gelato house in town offering high quality rainforest coffee and 30 wonderful flavours of Gelato. From rainbow to salted caramel there is definitely something for everyone. ‘Eat, drink and recharge’ is what they want you to experience, that’s why they’ve added free wireless charging points along with it’s free WiFi. This café is certainly the definition of unique.
The Head Of Steam
Replacing the old Purple Pig in Trinity Square, The Head of Steam is a funky and fresh looking pub offering a wide range of beer, spirits and food – including some of the most incredible gourmet burgers from Kerbedge. With pubs all round the country, Hull is excited to test it out. Not only that but Monday- Friday there are free soft drink refills, so go and give it a try.
Sumo Japanese To Go
Newland Ave welcomes Sumo Japanese To Go that has quickly become known for offering ‘proper Japanese food’ using authentic, inspirational and quality ingredients. If you haven’t tried it yet, you simply have to. It’s the only place in Hull that offers proper Japanese food (OK, Wings has some Sushi and some other bits mixed in, but not like this!). It’s also interesting that although this is take-away, you don’t actually feel like you’re eating a take-away as it tastes too healthy!
The Potting Shed
Things are really hotting up around the new Flemingate development in Beverley. The Potting Shed has only just opened as the perfect place to be fed and watered in style. With a homegrown menu The Potting Shed certainly portrays the theme of a warm summer’s day in offering fantastic coloured sheds as seating areas along with live music to make you feel as comfortable as possible.