10 of the best restaurants, delis and takeaways in York

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Tony Naylor

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As the city’s food and drink festival begins, here’s where to enjoy the delicious global fare that sums up York’s vibrant, independent spirit

A rare purveyor of relaxed good vibes and seriously on-point cooking, chef Neil Bentinck has created a buzzy restaurant that’s unusually broad in its appeal. Food nerds can sit at the open-kitchen counter to get close to the action; elsewhere, guests will find themselves charmed by Skosh’s friendly staff and disarmed by a small and sharing plates menu which, in its fusion of global influences, is playful and arrestingly tasty. House classics include buttermilk fried chicken with a yuzu and brown butter hollandaise and the “hen’s egg” (a savoury trifle that hinges on an outrageous cheese velouté). Elsewhere, dishes such as barbecued pork shoulder with nahm jim sauce or Japanese-style venison tataki take British ingredients on a successful world tour.
Dishes £4-£17; open Wed-Sat noon-2pm, 5.30pm-10pm; 98 Micklegate; skoshyork.co.uk

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