Where to eat in Hull
Hull has a great food scene and it’s ever growing and evolving. With long time favourites alongside trendy pop ups there really is something for everyone.
A hearty meal
The Hull Pie has fast become a local institution since it was opened by an eager pie fan who happened to be a chef back in 2011. With a few shops and pop-up stalls dotted around the city, you’ve plenty of opportunity to try the highly recommended caramelised beer and beef brisket pie.
Classics with a modern twist
In a converted shipping merchants’ office, you’ll find Thieving Harry’s serving up a carefully selected menu of delicious eats, all with a cool vibe. Enjoy a range of food including hipster-style breakfasts, burgers and cocktails with views across the marina. It’s especially a popular option for brunch for all the family and regularly offers specials.
Burgers with bite
Everyone likes their burger a different way – and at Dope Burger everyone can find their burger heaven. Serving a massive choice of both burgers and dogs, just dig in and fill your face. And don’t think you need to exclude your vegetarian friends when you visit as they’ll love the Falafel burger.
Small plates for all
Tapas is always a fantastic option when eating out with friends - who can turn their nose up at a table full of small plates of deliciousness with everybody sharing and digging in? Ambiente on Humber Street offers an authentic taste of Spain in an elegant bright airy space, plus a range of sherries and sherry cocktails. It’s a popular choice with locals who come back time after time.
Jamaican me hungry!
Caribbean food is fast becoming a popular choice when eating out. Roots is a Hull first, serving simply mouth-watering food and drink. The ribs are always a popular choice, and you can’t beat jerk chicken, or a massive portion of curry goat.