Restaurants with AA rosettes a short drive from Teesside

Obtaining one or three AA Rosettes definitely sets a restaurant apart.

A number of Teesside’s restaurants have won the coveted accolade, flying the region’s foodie flag – and there are plenty more just a short drive away as well.

But what do rosettes really mean?

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The AA’s long-running program has identified around 2,000 rosette-worthy restaurants for a dining experience, but that’s among the thousands of restaurants in the industry.

It is a prize, says the AA, “rather than a ranking”.

A restaurant can make anything from a single rosette, which means it achieves an experience that “stands out in its region”, up to five rosettes.

External influences from hotels, restaurants or other guides are not taken into account.

The AA says restaurateurs and chefs should “serve their market first” and does not recommend “chasing after rewards” – just celebrating “when they come”.

There are several restaurants at Teesside’s Gate with four rosettes, which places them among the best in the UK – where “cuisine demands national recognition”.

The Black Swan in Oldstead, North Yorkshire has four rosettes, as does House of Tides in Newcastle.

Here’s our list of restaurants on Teesside – and some a short drive in the area – that have earned AA Rosettes.

The Gisborough Hall hotel has been recognized by AA inspectors

a rosette

Gisborough Room


“Interesting, well-designed dishes in a Victorian mansion”

Crathorne Room


“Contemporary British style with clever combinations”

The Brewery, Rockliffe HalI


“A modern space with a relaxed atmosphere”



“Authentic Southeast Asian cuisine in a luxurious setting”

The Rib Room, Ramside Hall


“Carnivore paradise in a golf-oriented hotel”

Le Charé Large


“Maximized flavors in this new ‘old’ pub”

Restaurant Ury


“Kerala specialties at the dock”

The Hotel de la Gare

Birstwith, North Yorkshire

“Classic cuisine in a village of Nidderdale”

Hotel Du Vin


“French brasserie rate in a design hotel with a superb wine list”



“Brasserie buzz on the quay of Newcastle”

Mallyan Spout Hotel


“Gastronomy in the North York Moors”

Cal’s own


“The Neapolitan pizza paradise in Jesmond”

Buddha Lounge


“Asian fusion cuisine in a converted church”

Auberge du Cheval Noir

Kirkby Fleetham, North Yorkshire

“Stylish pub food in a stone village inn”

Hotel Villa Eslington

Low fall, Gateshead

“Modern and reliable cuisine in a Victorian villa”

The terrace

Masham, North Yorkshire

“World-inspired cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere”

At Leila Lilly


“Modern grill with Asian influences and perhaps the only Mibrasa charcoal oven in use in Newcastle”



“Chic hotel restaurant giving a culinary tour of Asia”

White Hart Hotel


“Modern dishes in a Georgian monument”

Hotel du Vin & Bistro


“Food and wine in a chic Georgian townhouse setting”

West Park Hotel

“Reliable cuisine in the heart of Harrogate”

Gastronomy at Brockley Hall
Gastronomy at Brockley Hall

Two rosettes

Chadwick Inn


“Traditional country pub with an award winning restaurant”

The Conservatory, the judges


“Country cuisine in a magnificent park”

The Cleveland tontine


“Modern cuisine in a renovated roadside restaurant with bedrooms”

Brockley Room

Salt burn

“Modern dining in nostalgic splendor”

Crab & Lobster

Asenby, near Thirsk

“Long-standing non-minimalist seafood dinner”

Seaham Hall – The dining room


“Modern grill dinner in a luxury hotel”

The discount

Middleton Tyas, North Yorkshire

“Fabulous Yorkshire ingredients prepared with skill”

Clock tower


“Brasserie menu in an elegant hotel from the Regency period”

The weapons of Fairfax

East Gilling, North Yorkshire

“A country inn with allure and character”

Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbena Spa


“Modern spa hotel with equally modern culinary ideas”

The starred inn

Harome, North Yorkshire

“Exhilarating Yorkshire-inspired cuisine in a thatched-roof country inn”

Black Swan Hotel


“Refined cuisine in a country-chic restaurant”

Not to be confused with The Black Swan at Oldstead, which is also on our list.

Le Morritt Country House Hotel & Spa

Barnard Castle

“Full of character, a popular meeting place”

Samuel at Swinton Park

Masham, North Yorkshire

“Modern kitchen in a magnificent country house”

The Worsley Arms Hotel

Hovingham, North Yorkshire

“Regional food near the Yorkshire Dales”

Fletchers, Grantley Hall


“Brasserie-style dinner in a magnificent wooded park”

Jesmond Dene House


“Modern and imaginative cuisine in a stately home of Arts et Métiers”

Peace and bread


“Avant-garde brasserie cuisine for the Jesmond ensemble”

Three rosettes

The Orangery, Rockliffe Hall


“Creative contemporary dishes in an ornate dining room”

The pheasant hotel


“Country village hotel serving technically competent cuisine”

Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall


“Distinguished cuisine in the splendor of a Palladian stately home”


Middleton tyas

“Modern British, blending local ingredients with innovative flavors”

Goldsborough Room

Goldsborough, North Yorkshire

“Jacobean stately home with contemporary British cuisine”

Horto Restaurant


“Very modern kitchen from the vegetable garden”

The hare’s inn

Scawton, North Yorkshire

“Medieval village pub with exciting tasting menus”

Four rosettes

The black swan

Oldstead, North Yorkshire

“Enterprising tasting menu in a moor farm”

House of tides


“Gourmet paradise by the river”

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