To celebrate another successful Taste Durham Month, we’ve teamed up with Living North Magazine to celebrate the rich diversity of food and drink that Durham has to offer. From exquisite fine dining to hearty pub grub, or whether you’re looking to buy locally-sourced farm produce, we take you on a culinary journey around Durham’s delicious food map.

Byron’s Restaurant at Seaham Hall

A commitment to quality dining on the edge of Durham’s stunning coast features high on the menu on a visit to Byron’s. The head chef’s enthusiasm for natural flavours from seasonal produce coupled with a jaunt along the beach and time in the award-winning Serenity spa provides for a luxurious visitor experience. Read more.

Durham Cathedral’s Undercroft Restaurant

Stopping off for a leisurely lunch at a World Heritage site - right in the heart of Durham City – can be a welcome treat for sore shopping feet. With a diverse menu, the Undercroft at Durham Cathedral puts great emphasis on sourcing food from local suppliers. Read more.

Broom House Farm Shop

Fresh from a stroll up a hill from a quaint Durham village, you’ll find Broom House Farm  – a traditional farm which provides the perfect opportunity to purchase ‘farm-to-fork,’ housing a butchery and café, along with many other locally sourced goods. Read more.

The Punch Bowl Inn
The Punch Bowl Inn prides itself on being an independently-owned pub, restaurant and inn, boasting a Taste Durham award for its unswerving assurance for the highest quality of hearty and traditional British fayre. Read more.

Win a meal for two at Seaham Hall

We’re giving away a fine-dining treat of three courses, wine and champagne for two at Seaham Hall’s award-winning Byron’s Restaurant. To be in with a chance of winning, go to click here.




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