Restaurant and Bar
Hudson's : Our 3 AA Rosette Restaurant
A name steeped in history. A York restaurant steeped in style.
Every time you turn a corner in York you’ll encounter another facet of its rich history and stories of the people who made it great. One track of its proud history is the railway and the name of the Railway King, George Hudson.
With the first train leaving the city in 1839, York was an early adopter of the railway. Hudson, a local man, was instrumental in its success, ensuring that the plans of George Stephenson, whose new railway from London to Newcastle was to bypass York, were changed.
Much like the man himself, Hudson’s - The Grand's 3 AA Rosette Restaurant - offers a no-nonsense approach to food but with an appreciation of the finer things in life.
Here you will discover classic dishes, redefined with a touch of fun and flair.
Recipes from Hudson's Head Chef, Craig Atchinson, feature in the current North East & Yorkshire edition of Relish. You can purchase your copy directly from The Grand.
The Hudson's restaurant is currently closed for refurbishment and will relaunch on 22nd August 2017.
In the meantime, why not visit our new restaurant - The Rise - which offers modern cuisine across a new ‘small plate’ concept, allowing guests to enjoy a feast of sharing dishes in an immersive and social dining experience.