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Forresters Arms in Kilburn

DESCRIPTION

The Forresters Arms is a traditional Village Pub Restaurant offering polite and professional  waited-on service to add to the overall pleasant experience of dining with us.

 Forresters Arms Restaurant
 Forresters Arms Restaurant
 Warm and cosy bar meals area
We serve wholesome traditional pub food of excellent quality and quantity! We do have a selection of vegetarian dishes, please let us know in advance of any other dietary requirements – we may be able to oblige!

All of our food is made from fresh ingredients and sourced locally where possible and prepared in our in-house quality controlled, hygienic kitchens.

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We do serve a very popular Sunday Lunch with our ever popular traditional menu (served 12-3.00pm, on Sundays!) - Booking is always advisable and ensures the best possible dining experience.

 We also serve the following during the week:

Forresters Starters & Snacks – A range of delicious starters and snacks (served 12-3.00pm and 6-9.00pm daily)

Forresters Main Meals - Our mouth-watering menu (served 12-3.00pm and 6-9.00pm daily)

Further information togeher with our menu’s are available for you to view and print out if required from our website via the link given below.

 

LOCATION

The Square, Kilburn, North Yorkshire, YO61 4AH Google mapexternal link

Tel: 01347 868386

Fax:

Email: admin@forrestersarms.com

Website: http://www.forrestersarms.com/

OPENING TIMES

9.00am - 11.00pm

Location

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Contact

Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
Easingwold
York
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

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It's a fact

Easingwold once had the shortest railway line in England (2.51 miles) but was closed in the 1950’s. The former Station Hotel still stands (now a private house) but the lines have long gone, The name lives on in the nearby “Station Court” housing estate

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