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Restaurant Review: York Press

Our latest glittering review comes from York Press: “A hearty Home from Home in Hovingham”. To read the full article, please follow this link.

Restaurant Review: The Yorkshire Post

There’s only a good handful of chefs in Yorkshire who have stood the test of time and all the changing fads and fancies yet continue to cook great food, food that people want to eat. It is an even rarer gem if the chef has their partner supporting them out front, a role key to the success of any restaurant business. To read the complete article, please follow this link.

How to Open Your Own Restaurant: Part 2

Opening a restaurant is tough. Anyone who has done it will tell you that. But what happens once you’re open? How do you set your business up for the long haul? We asked industry veterans Simon Bonwick, Richard Johns, Michel Roux Jr and Sat Bains how they’ve managed to keep their restaurants open for as long as they have – and what they’ve learnt along the way. To read the complete article, please follow this link.

Hovingham Inn, formerly the Malt Shovel reopens with a new look

A PUB has reopened with a new name following a major refurbishment. The Hovingham Inn, formerly known as the Malt Shovel, in Hovingham, has undergone a seven-month refurbishment and was reopened by Sir William and Lady Marie-Noelle Worsley of Hovingham Estates. To read the complete article, please follow this link.

Hovingham pub reopens after £500,000 makeover

A pub near York has reopened with a new name following a significant refurbishment. The Hovingham Inn, formerly known as the Malt Shovel, in Main Street, the Ryedale village of Hovingham has undergone a seven-month refurbishment and was reopened last month by Sir William and Lady Marie-Noelle Worsley of Hovingham Estates. To read the complete article, please follow this link.

Richard and Lindsey Johns open The Hovingham Inn pub

Restaurateurs Richard and Lindsey Johns have opened their latest gastropub project, The Hovingham Inn, in north Yorkshire. To read the complete article, please follow this link.

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