Two of Yorkshire’s Michelin-starred chefs have launched a brand-new Welcome to Yorkshire food and drink guide at the Great Yorkshire Show.

Yorkshire Food and Drink Guide

It features everything from farm shops to cookery schools, independent cafes to Michelin starred restaurants, tea rooms and coffee shops to the coolest food & drink festivals.

The guide has been unveiled by Andrew Pern from the Star at Harome and James Mackenzie from the Pipe and Glass near Beverley.

Sir Gary Verity DL, Chief Executive of Welcome to Yorkshire said: “The food and drink scene in Yorkshire is flourishing right now. We are spoiled with the broad variety of fresh local produce in the county and the hugely talented people who turn this into some of the best food and drink in the world. Our new guide will help you discover and experience the very best of it right across Yorkshire.”

Andrew Pern said: “The food scene in Yorkshire is second to none. It may be known as God’s own County, but to us it’s God’s own pantry, with food literally fit for the Gods at every turn. The national parks, the vales of York and of course the depths of the North Sea, offer every ingredient needed for eateries of all kinds.

“As a born and bred Yorkshireman with four Michelin recommended establishments I feel we can give guests a “Star” experience whilst proudly flying the white rose flag for Yorkshire and all who visit this great and beautiful county!”

James Mackenzie said: “‘We are so lucky to have such a vast and varied larder throughout the seasons in Yorkshire from fresh fish to great game and of course the pink sticks of Yorkshire forced rhubarb, which we are lucky enough to showcase on our menus at The Pipe and Glass.

“The choice of great quality food and drink establishments and artisan producers just keeps on growing year on year which can only be a good thing to attract more people to come to eat, drink, stay and play in our beautiful county”