The Marine, A Great Whitby Restaurant

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The Marine, A Great Whitby Restaurant

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This beautiful restaurant bar boasts some of the best food and views in Whitby. Only the finest, locally sourced sea food & produce is served here.

The Marine opened in 2008 and has become very popular with both locals and visitors to the town. There is also four luxurious rooms should you wish to stay over night.

The bar serves coffee, drinks and cocktails in great ambiance.

The Marine’s resident chef Simon Trueman is fast gaining a reputation as one of the very best sea food chefs in the country.

The Marines Menu

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The Marine’s address and contact details

Address : 13 Marine Parade, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3PR

Telephone : 01947 605022

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  1. Andrew Baker September 3, 2010 at 1:42 pm - Reply

    We had the good fortune to stumble upon the marine during our first ever visit to Whitby for this years regatta. This is probably one of the finest sea food restaurants I have found anywhere in the country. The mussels were cooked to perfection as was the sea bass that we both enjoyed so much. The restaurant itself is beautifully designed with quality finishing touches. The staff were unbelievable and could do enough for us. We will certainly be back and we will happily recommend the marine to anyone going to Whitby.

  2. The Russel Clan September 5, 2010 at 8:14 pm - Reply

    If it is fine seafood you want in a cracking environment then look no further than the marine.The food is top notch and the staff can’t help you enough.For the quality of the food,the prices are very reasonable indeed,highly recommended.

  3. julienpaul September 5, 2010 at 10:10 pm - Reply

    WELL can i just say i dont usually do seasidy places, but my faith in the great british seaside is well and truly revitalised.

    Stayed for 2 nights at the Marine: FAB ROOM, FAB FOOD, and LOVELY STAFF, nothing too much trouble, and believe me I can be trouble. My hubbie and I loved our anniversary break and will definately be returning soon exellent loved it. Web site is exactly as you see give it a try you wont be disappointed.

  4. Wandsworth September 5, 2010 at 10:12 pm - Reply

    We have just returned from a 2 day break at the Marine hotel and I couldn't give the place enough praise – a real oasis in the center of Whitby. I haven't been to Whitby for nearly 20 years so I was looking forward to see if it still held true to my memories. It is still an exceptional spot, stunning and has a very unique feel to it – I was however hoping that it would have gone a little bit more upmarket. There are a couple of exceptions and one of them is the Marine hotel.

    The hotel has been open a couple of years and no expense has been spared on the rooms, we had room 3 which was absolutely beautiful. No detail has been spared and the room screams quality. Great size and a lovely bathroom with oversize bath (great after a long walk on the coast) and a great shower.

    The hotel also has a good bar and restaurant that serves great fresh sea food which is obviously a major selling point – also has a great selection of wines and cocktails to wash down the Oysters. I couldn't eulogise enough about the breakfast – I have NEVER had such an AMAZING choice for breakfast anywhere. The choice was amazing, there must have been nearly 20 choices, anything from full english (real quality produce) to steak with eggs, Kippers and I had on the last morning Welsh rarebit with bacon and a spicey Tomato relish – didn't have to eat for the rest of the day.

    The Marine has a feel of a boutique B&B rather than a hotel as the only real central reception area is the bar, but this is in no way a criticism – it is a positive in my book. Also finally it's worth mentioning the team, all very relaxed and helpful.Great

  5. Helkeaon September 5, 2010 at 10:17 pm - Reply

    Our short break to Whitby was enhanced by our stay at The Marine. No it’s not cheap, but like anything, you get what you pay for. It’s a small, up to date boutique hotel and restaurant set in a great position right on the edge of Whitby harbour. The staff were friendly, very efficient with nothing too much trouble. We enjoyed room 2, with great views out of the windows across the harbour, and a mezzanine bedroom decorated in a very up to date minimalist style. The Marine’s position means no local car parking, but that’s no issue if you are prepared to walk a bit, albeit up some steep slopes, staff will direct you, whilst you can park very close to unload your baqgage. But this is Whitby! If you don’t like walking you aren’t really going to see the town and it’s treasures properly anyway, and you will be stuck with all the other tourists milling around the harbour areas. The restaurant/bistro provides high quality, freshly prepared food, with a sea food orientation. The breakfast menu is the most comprehensive we have ever seen, matched only by the quality of food provided. There is an excellent range of wines on offer and a large variety of spirits if that’s of value to you. The bar/bistro area reflects the modern theme, and entices you to enjoy a drink, and perhaps some fresh Colchester oysters that sit tantalisingly in ice, on the bar. We returned for a last lunchtime meal of fish and chips, before we left. The lightly battered fish was as good as we have ever eaten and the sensible portion sizes were a triumph of quality over quantity. A visit to the sister bar the Moon and Sixpence, continued the quality and friendly service theme. A quick peek in The Marine’s Room One confirmed a second, excellent room, with superb views. We didn’t have a chance to view the other two rooms. The whole place was spotless and a credit to the hardworking and exceptionally helpful staff . We cannot recommend this place highly enough. For those who commented about noise from seagulls and fishing boats, this is a fishing port, and the cry of gulls is part of the charm. The boats disturbed us not one jot, though I suppose Whitby’s popularity and the subsequent wandering masses did . Next time we’ll visit in winter.

  6. dickandamy September 5, 2010 at 10:20 pm - Reply

    After a trip cut short from the Maldives we decided to spend a couple of days in Whitby. We booked the room at the very last minute and the chap we spoke to was extremely helpful. Upon arrival and inspection of the Louis Themed room we were smiling from ear to ear. The bath with views over the harbour makes you feel like a millionaire on holiday or like you have stepped out of an ideal homes magazine! As if this wasn’t amazing enough the breakfast was outstanding – Eggs Benedict on a heavenly level!! I can’t say enough about this fab place we will be coming back for another break this year and would not even consider anywhere else.

  7. matthewmatt September 5, 2010 at 10:24 pm - Reply

    Ate here, food gorgeous, staff so helpful, lovely music and surroundings and all at a reasonable price

  8. barbielloyd September 5, 2010 at 10:28 pm - Reply

    What a fab place. We arrived on a Friday evening to a lively noisy atmosphere, pianist playing, people eating and the bar crowded with people generally having a good time. Did we have to wait? Not at all – within seconds our suitcases were whisked to our room by a smiling young man who explained where everything was. We had a table booked for eight so were quickly back downstairs, but this time in the quieter dining area to the rear of the building.

    Our meal was lovely. The service was great, this time a smiling young woman who couldn't have been nore attentive. The food was so good, we had a fishy starter and fishy mains – we were in Whitby after all.

    We took our after dinner drinks up to our room. We had room 3, which we loved. The sofa was great for watching tv and finishing off our evening.

    It was unusual not to have tea making facilities in our room but this wasn't a problem as this was speedily brought to our room whenever we requested it. Again very cheerily – we didn't spot a miserable face amongst the staff for the three days we stayed.

    Breakfast – well what can i say? WOW! The menu is huge – steak and eggs, kedgeree, Welsh rarebit, kippers, eggs Benedict, full English etc.etc.etc. And all cooked beautifully.

    The location of the hotel is also fab. Right on the harbour, when you step out you are close to everything that is going on in Whitby. A bit noisy if you're looking for a quiet getaway but if you enjoy great food and wonderful lively surroundings in a friendly relaxed atmosphere, this is the place for you.

  9. admin August 9, 2011 at 11:04 pm - Reply

    Ate at the Marine for the second time in the last few weeks. As usual the food was of the highest quality, as was the service. After trying, unsuccessfully to finish off a large haddock and chips on my last visit, this time I opted for a small portion which still drawfs the fish you will find as full portions in most other Whitby restaurants. The staff were excellent as always and made my children very welcome too. Chef Simon Truman has to be one of the best in Whitby. My only complaint would be the limited options on the menu. Otherwise – Perfect.

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