A Taste of Culture: Hull’s Top Eateries

There’s no doubt an abundance of restaurants trying to supply fine food in Hull but not many are doing it quite like these;

Da Gianni;

The brand is developing into other premises elsewhere but the  flagship restaurant on Princes Ave continues to serve authentic Italian food in a homely environment feeling as close to Italy as you can get near the Humber. It’s the perfect spot for a date if you want to impress and not spend too much doing so. Fresh pasta and real stone-baked pizza for reasonable prices, cant go wrong.

Wagwan chicken;

Seriously succulent Jerk Chicken with style courtesy of Hull brand ‘Dope Food Inc’ well known for the sister takeaway/cafe ‘Dope Burger’. The small shop on Spring Bank will bring you “grandma recipe” standard chicken, rice & slaw like you’ve never tasted before. You might think it’s just their cool marketing but the hype is real, It’s not the cheapest option but for £8 you can expect a generously sized meal with a genuine taste of Jamaica…. in Hull.

Hull Pie;

With several locations across Hull this growing brand is a forced to be reckoned with, and not just because of its perfectly thought out locations. Pies arent something that would often excite people under the age of 40 but this is a real exception. £5 gets you a seriously good pie with any side, they’ve even jumped on the bandwagon and got sweet potato fries. There’s a shop at the top of Newland so no excuses, go try it.

 

 

 

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