Just under two miles east of this 200-year-old village pub is the distinctive chalk promontory of Flamborough Head and its famous 1806 lighthouse, which you can tour. A welcoming place, with inviting log fires in winter, the inn makes the most of the neighbouring North Sea with plenty of fish dishes, particularly haddock fillet Mornay; pan-seared sea bass; and luxury fish pie. In other respects, the menu sticks to staples like slow-cooked British beef in shortcrust pastry, with shallots and red wine gravy; chargrilled chicken breast with garlic butter; oven-roasted fresh salmon; and trio of sausages with mash and garden peas. Sunday lunchtime regulars are leg of lamb, topside of beef, pork loin and turkey crown, all with Yorkshire pudding, golden roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Open all year
Days closed: Monday (winter)
Opening times: 12–3 5.30–11
Lunch: all week 12–2
Dinner: Sunday to Friday 5.30–8, Saturday 5.30–9.30