The Woodman is located at 16 Main St, Bishopthorpe, York YO23 2RB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Woodman and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Ian Lowson

5 Google Rating

Food was great. Staff were absolutely great and very, very accommodating when our youngest was poorl

5/ 5

Food was great. Staff were absolutely great and very, very accommodating when our youngest was poorly. Highly recommended. Fantastic family friendly place.

Jonathan Hyde

5 Google Rating

My partner and I had an absolutely fantastic roast dinner here today. We hadn't booked but they gave

5/ 5

My partner and I had an absolutely fantastic roast dinner here today. We hadn't booked but they gave us a table straight away even though very busy. The roast Turkey was absolutely beautiful and my partners nut roast just as good she said. The food was cooked to perfection and was excellent value. Huge portions and quality ingredients. The chef knew what he was doing. The atmosphere was bubbly and friendly with a young team who were efficient and welcoming. We will definitely return and tell friends to try it. Top notch!

Mike Okhurts

3 Google Rating

Nice ambiance and well presented. Good food and choices of beer. Car park is quite small, but only a

3/ 5

Nice ambiance and well presented. Good food and choices of beer. Car park is quite small, but only a slight issue.

Bev Smethurst

4 Google Rating

Good meal here this weekend but a couple of things lost them a star. Firstly the cream of tomato sou

4/ 5

Good meal here this weekend but a couple of things lost them a star. Firstly the cream of tomato soup had never been near any cream and would have been great with some mince and spaghetti. Secondly, it always baffles me why restaurants can't take butter out of the fridge prior to service as there was no chance of spreading it on my bread which was just ripped to shreds. The roast dinners were lovely, both beef and turkey were done well and portion sizes were more than enough. Yorkshire puddings were disappointing, they pride themselves on how big they are but this comes at the expense of quality, they were just shells with no substance or flavour. Overall I'd go back, but not in a hurry.

Anne Wilson

5 Google Rating

Lovely friendly pub. Great sandwiches at very reasonable prices. The other food on the menu looked v

5/ 5

Lovely friendly pub. Great sandwiches at very reasonable prices. The other food on the menu looked very nice aswell

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