Lil’s on The Waterfront is located at 5 King’s Staith, York YO1 9SN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Lil’s on The Waterfront and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Emerald-Audrey Grant-Taylor

5 Google Rating

Spent the weekend in york to celebrate our engagement and stumbled upon this beauty! Absolutely amaz

5/ 5

Spent the weekend in york to celebrate our engagement and stumbled upon this beauty! Absolutely amazing food, the portions are great and the service was excellent! All of the service given with a smile. Overall we have had the most wonderful evening eating here and we will be recommending to everyone! Really is a lovely place to eat!

Patrick Stockton

2 Google Rating

I visited The Waterfront a couple of Saturdays ago. I went in due to it looking quite busy and an th

2/ 5

I visited The Waterfront a couple of Saturdays ago. I went in due to it looking quite busy and an thought I would give something new a try. I ordered some food - of which I was very excited about as it was a mixture of most of my favourite foods - and was enticed by the platter that arrived at the table of the person next to me. When I received my platter, it looked meek and it was missing a few items. I didn't pay any less, nor was a reason given for such a thing to have happened, but I was with my elderly Mother and didn't want to cause a scene. Overall nice front of house service with a nice selection of drinks, but let down by the quality and quantity of the food.

Leslie Simpson

5 Google Rating

I go to the Waterfront on a regular basis I love Leigh on Sea and always go to this establishment w

5/ 5

I go to the Waterfront on a regular basis I love Leigh on Sea and always go to this establishment when I am in the area. Good quality home made cakes and sandwiches. Please try it

Graham Woodbridge

5 Google Rating

The service was friendly and very efficient. Had the best steak and ale pie ever. Beautifully cooked

5/ 5

The service was friendly and very efficient. Had the best steak and ale pie ever. Beautifully cooked, the meat being the best of quality. Ample portions and reasonably priced. Would I find these again? Most definitely.

Alun Jones

5 Google Rating

Great location by the river and not far from the shops and history. Had a lovely brunch and returned

5/ 5

Great location by the river and not far from the shops and history. Had a lovely brunch and returned later on for a few drinks. Recommended.

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