Pure and simple

Regular visitors to the Pipe and Glass can’t have failed to notice the stunning new gardens. They were a team effort between James and Kate and Malton-based garden designer Stephen Bean, who says: “We measured up the garden, got a piece of tracing paper, and a big black marker pen, and we started with a big circle – the round table – as a hub from which everything else radiated. Then we put a bit of watercolour on top. It was that simple – this hand drawing is what the garden is built on.”

you can't eat a rose - can you?

Master designer Stephen Bean, seen below with James, had a clear concept of what the Pipe and Glass’s garden should be. “I thought that everything in it should be edible,” he says. “Every single plant, whether it was a fragrant rose, a herb, ornamental vegetables, shrubs, lavender – even the red fruit of the yew tree is edible. People could come out here and we could confidently say that every single thing is used in the kitchen. And people will say ‘you can’t eat a rose, can you?’ – but you can.”

dine al fresco

relaxed dining

A beautiful British summer’s day is one of life’s greatest pleasure – but let’s face it, there are never enough of them! Make the most of every single one by enjoying the great outdoors at the Pipe and Glass.

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

In fine weather there’s nothing nicer than eating outside. At the Pipe and Glass you can choose from two lovely outdoor spaces – our informal, picnic-style benches at the front or, at the back, the terrace tables.

the garden

EXPLORE ALL AVENUES

We’ve created lots of intriguing little nooks and crannies for you to explore in the Pipe and Glass gardens – who knows what you might come across? A giant fairy mushroom, perhaps, or a noble stag created from larch bark and rhododendron stems. James and Kate say: “The birdlife and wildlife has increased because of this space – not only is it better for the people, but it’s a habitat gain for the wildlife.”

a garden for all seasons

Kate and James are sensitive to the different needs of the Pipe and Glass’s many visitors. “There are people wandering round looking at the garden, and there are people in their rooms looking out at the garden,” they say. “So we needed to create some privacy as well as welcoming public spaces. And the garden changes dramatically in the winter. When people come at different times of year to eat, stay, or just have a drink, we wanted them to have different experiences through the seasons.”

CHEF’S PICKING GARDEN

TAKE YOUR PICK

“It’s great for me to see one of our young chefs out here with a stainless steel tray and a pair of scissors nipping bits off the plants, and people watching them – that’s what it’s all about,” says James. “But it was really important that it didn’t look like an allotment!”

LIVING THE DREAM

The Pipe and Glass’s new garden features an innovative living wall in which grow herbs including oregano, sage, rosemary, basic, thyme and parsley. You’ll also spot beautiful and edible plants such as nasturtiums, whose peppery leaves and vivid orange flowers enliven many dishes on the menu. “A living wall is a fantastic way to grow even more fabulous ingredients in a relatively small space,” says James.

GETTING FRESH

The freshest of fresh fruit and veg and all the great flavour that comes with it – you know that’s what you’re going to get when you can see what’s on your plate growing just outside the window. At the Pipe and Glass, the air miles debate is more like feet and inches…

HERBARIUM

parsley, sage, rosemary and... lovage

Herbs are a good chef’s stock in trade, adding wonderful flavour to the most basic of ingredients. At the Pipe and Glass we grow as many of our own as possible, ranging from the everyday, like rosemary and thyme, to the more exotic, such as myrtle and lovage, which has many different uses in the kitchen, including in mayonnaise, pesto and soups. We also like colourful, edible flowers – borage, nasturtiums and violas taste just as good as they look!

food served
Please see below for Christmas opening hours

monday *
closed all day
tuesday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
wednesday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
thursday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
friday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
saturday
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
sunday
12 – 16.00 pm
(TUES-SAT 2-5pm: afternoon savouries
menu served in the bar area)

BAR OPEN
Please see below for Christmas opening hours

monday *
closed all day
tuesday
12 - 23.00 pm
wednesday
12 - 23.00 pm
thursday
12 - 23.00 pm
friday
12 - 23.00 pm
saturday
12 - 23.00 PM
sunday
12 - 22.30 PM

* open bank holiday mondays
Booking is advisable in the restaurant.
Bookings not taken for tables in the bar.


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CONTACT

01430 810 246
email@pipeandglass.co.uk

DIRECTIONS

pipe and glass
west end
south dalton
beverley
east yorkshire
hu17 7pn



Christmas opening times - food served

MONDAY 18TH
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
TUESDAY 19TH - SATURDAY 23RD
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
SUNDAY 24TH (CHRISTMAS EVE)
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 20.00 pm
MONDAY 25TH (CHRISTMAS DAY)
NO FOOD SERVED, OPEN 12 NOON – 2 PM FOR DRINKS ONLY
TUESDAY 26TH (BOXING DAY)
12 – 16.00 pm
WEDNESDAY 27TH - SATURDAY 30TH
12 – 14.00 / 18.00 – 21.30 pm
SUNDAY 31ST DEC (NEW YEARS EVE)
12 – 14.00 pm / TICKET ONLY DINNER IN THE EVENING (SOLD OUT)
MONDAY 1ST JAN (NEW YEARS DAY)
12 – 14.00 pm / CLOSED EVENING
TUESDAY 2ND JAN
CLOSED FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY,
REOPEN WEDNESDAY 17TH JANUARY 2018

Christmas opening times - BAR OPEN

MONDAY 18TH
12 - 23.00  pm
TUESDAY 19TH - SATURDAY 23RD
12 - 23.00 pm
SUNDAY 24TH (CHRISTMAS EVE)
12 - 22.30 pm
MONDAY 25TH (CHRISTMAS DAY)
12 - 14.00 pm, FOR DRINKS ONLY
TUESDAY 26TH (BOXING DAY)
12 - 18.00 pm
WEDNESDAY 27TH - SATURDAY 30TH
12 - 23.00 pm
SUNDAY 31ST (NEW YEARS EVE)
12 - 18.00 PM, FROM 2PM ONWARDS THE BAR WILL BE OPEN FOR DRINKS ONLY / TICKET ONLY DINNER IN THE EVENING (SOLD OUT)
MONDAY 1ST JAN (NEW YEARS DAY)
12 - 15.00 PM / CLOSED EVENING
TUESDAY 2ND JAN
CLOSED FOR OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY,
REOPEN WEDNESDAY 17TH JANUARY 2018
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