Anywhere that has the name Dick in it's name is a sure fire winner for me. That's becuase I like people called Richard, you rude minded badgers you. In all seriousness though, this place is a little barn stormer.
It is set in the picture perfect moors, so flat cap and ferret are essential attire to rock up with. If you have ducks with wellies then double winner.
The food is pretty good stuff. Yes it is a chain but it's super special delish nd perfect pub grub. I love the pasta and if feeling very indulgent it hs to be some bad boy chips. Proper fat fred big uns baby, and no that is no Carry On type innuendo although I've been told mine are ample.
For Chrimbo they have a cracking menu and check this bertha out, hot choccie with baileys AND mulled cider. seriously, this shizzle should be illegal it's that good.
It really is a driving destination though so unless you fancy a near death hike on't moors, taxi it or get a designated driver. You see I am a public safety message as well as being a social butterfly. Get yer sen darn thee lass for a nice helping of nice nosh, friendly service and roaring fire.
A village inn chain pub / restaurant.
Set in the idilic countryside in bingley this is a great place to bring some friends / family, sit in the beer garden and catch some sun (radiating off the snow?). The hills around Bingley are spectacular and the view is second to none in this little village.
The menu is the same as all other Village Inns, including chefs specials. The food is good and hearty, with some tasty starters. Cooked well, although the lamb was pretty tough. Overall the eating was good. Although there are better pubs, serving quality cooked meals, in the Village Inn family (Namely the Calverley Arms).
Worth a visit for the view and pleasant beer garden.
Can't say I love this place, as a vegan I find there are no proper vegan friendly meals which is sad. I had to deal with "steak chips" last time I went which if I say so myself isn't a very reassuring name for a vegan :L If you like classic pub food it's good but for the more animal cruelty conscious it's not so great.
Dick Hudsons is a little out the way but is well worth the drive. Its not far for anyone round the ilkley, bingley area.
The views on a sunny day are amazing, you really can see for miles and miles. The food is good value and real home cooked pub grub as well. A good range of local ales on tap too.
Everything a country pub should be really, it has the views, the food, the drink and the atmosphere.
Dick Hudson's is located in a lovely rural area between Bingley and Menston.
It enjoys panoramic views across Eldwick and Bingley from the beer garden, so if you visit on a sunny day, you can enjoy your food and drink in truly beautiful surroundings.
The food is traditional pub grub fare, and is tasty with generous portions, with good service.
Although slightly pricey, it's definitely worth a visit.
Called at 7 pm , car park busy (usually a good sign) but a few tables available. I was brought up nearby Keighley and passed this place hundreds of times (in over 45 yrs) but had never been in. Recommended by a colleague at work who lives in nearby Gilstead.
Ordered a pint of Copper Dragon (Skipton Brewery) as they dont do Taylors (Keighley) any more. From an extensive menu, I ordered crispy mushrooms with garlic dip (£3.95) and Summer Lamb Shank (£13.95).
Within a few mins the Lamb Shank arrived ! I asked where the mushrooms were, guy said they didnt have that order in the kitchen, he said mushrooms would only be a few mins , then he would bring a fresh lamb shank afterwards. Mushrooms arrived, 5 large ones which looked nice and crispy, they were laid on a huge quantity of lettuce, one leaf would have sufficed. But they werent crispy they were really quite hard, and very salty.
The accompanying dip had never seen any garlic, I tasted it separately, it seemed to have some small bits of green leaf in it which was more like coriander in taste.
Shank arrived, Im as sure as I can be it was the same one heated up, and the veg were barely lukewarm. I tackled the waitress, she said she had specifically asked for a fresh one, well she may have, but the kitchen didnt deliver. She did apologise for the mix up in ordering the mushrooms, (I mustnt have pressed the button hard enough on the till).
I also overheard comments form a nearby table, that led me to assume some dissatisfaction with their food.
I didnt bother with a dessert, paid my bill and exited. I wont be back.
This has haeld a good reputation for years as a great pub for good food. As a result it's a busy place. It's in a lovely setting on the road over the top from Bingley/Hawksworth to East Morton/Keighley and offers a great views of the valley below. It's old rustic style with open wood burning fires is very welcoming. You find a table, peruse the menu and order at the bar. They have a great selection to suit everyone.
Quaint pub/restaurant up on the hillside in Eldwick, very enjoyable. I was visiting from California and my aunts (regular customers) took my mom and myself up for a Saturday dinner. They were super attentive and the food was yummy. I had the Shetland Salmon and it was divine, followed by the banoffee cheesecake (banana and toffee). Yum Yum Yum. Our waitress was Elle and she was what you Brits might call "a lovely girl" very nice, helpful and quite funny. All in all it was a great night out. Thanks Dick Hudsons!
Lovely views, lovely food, lovely staff, what more do you want at the end of a walk?
Having eaten at dick hudsons many times before, i have never experienced poor service like it, on our last visit 19th Aug 2010. waited 15 mins for bar service and to order food. then 30 mins later to be told they had no rump steak, reordered another main and they had to refund the difference in cost as i had already paid for the first order. waited 25 for that to arrive, whats happend ? george (Bradford)
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