One of the best things about a Bridlington holiday cottage is having your own space to cook. Whether you fancy indulging in a sumptuous three course dinner, creating a simple kitchen supper, or putting together a picnic to take out for the day, Bridlington has some of the most delicious local produce you could wish for. Here are some of the our favourite Yorkshire flavours.
Bridlington seafood is world renowned, in fact it’s known as the lobster capital of Europe. Much of this top catch is exported, but many Bridlington seafarers specialise in shellfish, so whether you decide to grab some crab, or snap up a few deliciously nutty whelks, you can be confident they are as fresh as can be.
Yorkshire is awash with wonderful ales, and some of the most famous breweries are just a short trip from your holiday cottages in Bridlington. What may be a surprise to some is that the coast between Hornsea and Bridlington is home to the county’s first whisky distillery. Spirit of Yorkshire is a “field to bottle” distillery, so taking a trip out to visit this unique local producer is sure to hit the spot.
Mr Moo’s Real Dairy Ice Cream
We’re talking about delicious creamy goodness in no less than 30 flavours – so fresh you can almost hear it moo. Everyone knows ice cream tastes better by the sea, and when you can buy ice cream made from locally sourced milk, you begin to understand why it is so delicious. With several popular spots to sample delicious local ice cream, Mr Moo’s has to go to the top of your list of foodie discoveries.
Of course, when you prefer to eat out, you can indulge in classic Yorkshire flavours. A parcel of fish and chips unwrapped and enjoyed by the sea is unbeatable, or a indulge in a fabulous roast with the crispiest Yorkshire puds at a cozy local inn. Whatever Yorkshire specialities you fancy seeking out they’re all in easy reach of Bridlington holiday cottages. Time to start planning your culinary tour of some of Britain’s secret foodie hotspots.