York’s reputation as a world-beating foodie destination continues to grow.
One of Britain’s leading food critics has reviewed a city restaurant and was so impressed he declared: “As far as I am concerned, York is the capital of the food universe.”
Giles Coren, restaurant reviewer from The Times, gave his verdict on Roots York in the Saturday paper. And to say it was glowing would be to undersell it.
The critic started with his verdict on his first dish from the Roots menu, the Lincolnshire Poacher Custard:
- It was so, so good. Angels sang. Birds fell stone-dead from trees. It was the best thing I had eaten all year.
And it got better from there.
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