Bookings for up to 6 people and 'the bell' ringing an hour earlier
Following the latest government update, we are currently only able to accept bookings for up to 6 people (who can be from multiple households) and we’ll need to ensure you’re fed and watered by 10pm. Customers are also required to wear masks, when not seated at their tables.
With ‘the bell’ being rung an hour earlier, if you fancy a tipple to take home, we’ll be offering some ‘last order’ drinks for you to enjoy at home.
Thank you for helping us all play our part in keeping everyone safe.
The Duke of York has been through many iterations through the years, but it's now firmly returned it to its roots as a traditional inn.
The bar sits at the heart of the pub, the hub of all activity, and around it you'll find good old furniture, wooden floorboards, lots of prints, old photographs, rugs and books, and two open fires which set the scene of the classic pub restaurant nicely.
Our secluded garden is a real suntrap on warm days, flanked with lawns and well-loved flower beds.
Our passion lies in finding quality fresh ingredients and preparing, cooking and presenting them in a modern but unpretentious way. Our menus have a spine of classic British dishes complemented by more exotic influences from other parts of the world. We upload them to our web site each day before 12 noon so that you may peruse them at your leisure.
Thanks to our customers recommending us, you'll find us in the:
2020 Good Pub Guide
- Good Pub Guide2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
AllTrails have kindly created a circular walk from the pub to help you work up that thirst/appetite. You can view the walk details via any of the routes below. (varying levels of tech savyness required -Ed)
The Duke of York and Potters Bar an AllTrails walk