Guisborough (/ˈɡɪzbrə/ ( listen) GIZ-brə) is a market town and civil parish in the North East of England. It belongs to the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the Tees Valley region. The town is in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire. The population of the Guisborough ward in the Redcar and Cleveland unitary authority at the 2011 census was 7,622. The civil parish of Guisborough, including the outlying villages of Upleatham, Dunsdale and Newton under Roseberry, had a population of 17,777.
Things to do in Guisborough
3.5 based on 648 reviews
Chef and Brewer Restaurant providing Chef and Brewer Food! Been a number of times and never disappointed - eating Steak or Gammon is always good; you can get better flavour - but not at these prices! Good friendly service and normally quite fast.Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your experience with us. We are delighted to hear that you feel that we never disappointed. We hope to see you again soon
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Recently I have been visiting the Cat's Whiskers, for breakfast, lunch and cakes. Really can't fault all of the dishes I have tried. The traybake cakes are particularly good. And a very friendly lady who always seems to be working (called Nicole I believe) is very friendly and efficient. Definitely will be returning!
4.5 based on 245 reviews
Italian Restaurant,Pizzeria and Cafe'
My husband and I visited here last night with friends for his birthday meal. Sadly we were disappointed with the experience.
The friendly staff showed us to our table which was cramped in the corner. In fact, it was so cramped that three people had to stand up and move in order for me to visit the toilet.
We ordered drinks and browsed the menu.
The place was decorated beautifully and was filling up quickly. Fortunately, our friends had already attempted to look at the menu online so knew exactly what they wanted. After placing our order we waited patiently for our starters. These appeared over an hour later. We were starving at this point.
I ordered the mozzarella di Carozza and they kindly used a tomato based sauce instead of the advertised creamy mushroom one on menu. Why is it that every restaurant thinks vegetarians like mushrooms???
The situation of getting to the toilet deteriorated as the place got busier. Climbing over friends was like an assault course which was bad but once I'd managed that I was shocked to see only one toilet by the bar and two people eating!! This cramped but beautifully decorated restaurant had one toilet to serve all guests and staff. This made things unbearable as I had to wait outside the loo, trying not to listen to the guests that were having their meal as climbing over my friends was not an option.
Once at the toilet, there were paper towels on the floor and urine on the floor.
I realise the staff were busy but checking on the facilities should be be done by the hour.
Once back at the table, now in fat burning mode according to my fitbit watch from the assault course and stressful wait, we waited for our main meal.
I ordered a spinach and ricotta cannelloni. One of the advantages of this place was the vast vegetarian menu so I was spoilt for choice...
This took another hour to appear and wasn't worth the wait. It had clearly been in the oven but was sloppy like soup and full to the brim with onions. I was devastated. Their menu did not say that it containers onions. In fact, I've never had a cannelloni with onions. It remained untouched after one mouthful.
I'm aware I'm a fussy eater and should mention that two other people were disappointed with their food having ordered chicken that was dry and a seafood pasta that tasted unusual.
We later found out that the chef was working on his own in the kitchen which to me was bad planning. How can he take pride and cook everything? The place was heaving so definitely worth investing in the staff.
Basically our evening was spent in a cramped corner of a beautifully decorated place, cold in temperature with one filthy toilet but was full of hardworking polite staff.
We certainly won't be visiting especially when we have to make our own snack once we got home.
I'm giving three stars for staff only. Based on food and experience I'd give two.
4 based on 120 reviews
We have sampled this restaurant a few times now.... Couple of times we have eaten in. Service has always been great. Food fantastic... Great choice... We have sampled something different every time and never been disappointed..Food of a really high standard, and really reasonably priced. We have also used as a takeaway, and found the standard of food just as good. Overall, I think this is the best indian cuisine locally.
4 based on 29 reviews
Opened this year. Sells home cooked lunches and snacks including pasta, paninis, toasties, jacket potatoes, quiche as well as scones and cakes. Open everyday.
comfortable pleasant premises and a beautifully cooked breakfast with good quality ingredients let down by cold plates when i enquired why, i was told they were too busy which i found somewhat amusing as their were only three of us in the cafe including her
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Having visited Virgo's about 12-18 months ago, the lunch I experienced was a little bland to say the least. Not one to judge a place on one visit, I had the opportunity of visiting again for a much needed cup of tea and cake. These things are sometimes a necessity.
Once again though, the experience was overall, underwhelming. The cake, a malteser cheesecake, whilst it looked pretty and inviting, and was a good portion for the £2.95 price tag, was sadly a little flavourless.
The same can be said for the peppermint tea. A regular teabag without a string and label, I'm not sure which brand it is they use, but it was less than minty, and completely unheard of, I actually left a fair bit in the teapot.
The service was polite enough, but the place was empty and staff were just sitting down for their own dinner. Whilst it can't be helped that a cafe/bistro is empty mid-afternoon, and I know staff members have to find time for their breaks, it all just felt a little uninviting, I'm sad to say.
4 based on 530 reviews
Country style Inn with real log fire and Restaurant. Including Chico's Mediterranean style garden room for light bites and tapas. Large patio for al fresco dining and drinks. Serving breakfast through to evening meals. Accommodation available. Ideal for cosy tables for 2 and celebration tables.
We dropped in for a bar snack as a late lunch. Plenty of choice of sandwiches, panninis and more cooked meals. Service was slow considering there were only 5 people (2 tables) waiting for their meals - almost 25 minutes waiting for a couple of panninis and a Sandwich.
The meals were good value at less than a fiver per plate. Service was somewhat erratic - the waitress didn't know which pannini was which and had three goes at service them! The bar was warm and cosy but we were near the fireplace, not close to the open outer door. We will return and perhaps we'll allow extra time for the service.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
On Saturday Night myself and family all booked in for the Parmo Night at the Priory Bistro and it was amazing!!!
On arrival we were welcomed by Manager Jo and waiter Ricky and I loved the the details on the table of my name in spelled out in scrabble!!! It’s the little things!!!
We all ordered Parmo’s and cheese garlic bread ciabatta’s to share!!
I ordered the Hawaiian Parmo which came with amazing home cooked chips, salad garnish and garlic dip!! Highly recommended!!!
Being Parmo Critics haha we can say the Priory Bistro ones were lovely and thick bursting with toppings!!! And very filling!!
Thank you to Jo and crew for an amazing dining experience on Saturday and we will definatley be returning next time to try your famous Cornbeef pie !!!
4 based on 55 reviews
I'm a regular at Costa visiting numerous stores as I love the coffee but not impressed with this one.
The best thing was the service but the place was scruffy and unclean.
Most free tables were full of rubbish, I found a clear one only to find d it was dirty.
I love lots of strong coffee so always get a bucket full (large) this is the first time I've ever left any! The mug wasn't full even when I added the milk and it was so strong it was horrible, at £2.60 I was not impressed!
4 based on 69 reviews
Had a really nice Sunday lunch on Mothers day, very good service and the price was good too. Would recommend it , All the courses were very good, Especially the roast beef !! Plenty of it too.
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