6/20/2019 0 Comments
Standing on a rooftop sipping rhubarb gin as we watched the sun setting, it’s hard to believe we were overlooking the city of Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
Blog Up North influencers Victoria Chic, Sarah Louise and I had been eating at The Yorkshire Deli which comprises of two floors and a rooftop to eat and drink.
The deli is a hidden gem amongst a busy Wakefield street.
We opted to sit downstairs to eat an array of deli-style dishes. It was also the weekend of the Long Division Music Festival so they had a singer on who was brilliant and took requests.
We shared a large platter between two of us and Sarah had a vegetarian lasagne.
Our platter included Brie, stuffed olives, vine leaves, red peppers, garlic and bread. Sarah loved her lasagne and none of us could finish what we had ordered as we were fully.
We then ordered gin and tonics to take up to the rooftop area which you enter via the stylish upstairs dining area.
We couldn’t believe how gorgeous the rooftop area is, it felt as if we were on holiday as the sun was setting, the music playing and we were sipping our drinks.
This was highlight of our night. We spent ages just chatting and drinking overlooking the city centre.
It’s a stylish yet cosy venue with a large selection of hot and cold food.
It felt a little cramped as everyone was downstairs enjoying the entertainment. But everything else was close to perfection.
It was the perfect way to start a night out in Wakefield. All of us definitely want to return as it catered for all of our tastes and dietary requirements.
That’s not to mention one of the most instagrammable spots in Wakefield.
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