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Triton Inn, Brantingham

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The Triton is a pub housed in a seemingly old building, but with a modern interior with little character. There was a bar area and what seemed a fairly upmarket dining area. Most people seemed to be enjoying a touch of sunshine at the tables overlooking the car park or the children's play area. Very much a family-oriented pub. The ale range was uninspiring - Timothy Taylor Landlord, Theakston Best Bitter & Great Newsome Sleck Dust.
blue_scrumpy - 26 Mar 2018 21:26
Been looking for a pub like this for ages. Friendly, good beer, comfy, nice people. none of the dross you get hanging around some other pubs. You know your car will be safe, and they don't have mega-loud football screaming at you from every wall. Just a nice place to go. Wold top Bitter is first class and my wife loves the wines - she's working her way thru them all I think. We took here mam and Dad there last week for an anniversary and they were impressed at the service and the food - not over the top either of em, just spot on, right and it doesn't break the bank.
RustyBoots - 29 Nov 2011 13:23
Lovely Pub, great beer and food. Who could ask for more.
Hollow.legs - 23 Jan 2011 18:46
Its a great pub in a lovely place. Very handy after a walk on the Wolds. Good beers (two Yorkshire real ales) are well kept, they dp excellent home-made food and the girls make you feel welcome. Live music sometimes too and its got a nice patio outside with big heated umbrellas. Top spot for me and my wife!

RadioMann - 25 Nov 2008 00:57
I only found three drinks more expensive than anywhere else, and prixes usually reflect the overheads of a nice large comfortable pub in a beautiful location. Those wanting cheap booze are better off in the town centre at a pile it high and flog it cheap shop. The food portions are generous and its all fresh, so its probably not expensive relatively speaking.
anonymous - 31 Aug 2007 20:00
Nice pub but you need a bank loan to spend a night in here,(lovelyLinda)you must have pots
anonymous - 7 Aug 2007 13:11
Just been to the Triton for Sunday Lunch - wow, what a change! This pub had got a bit run down last year but has now been done up really nice. Lovely leather furniture, real ales, even in the restaurant, food and simple snacks as well. And no bloody Sky Sports. Really friendly staff - love it. Bit dear on drinks (10 p a pint more than the Fox in Cave) but worth the extra I suppose. Loads of great wines as well and they sell anything by the glass. Me and the girls like it anyway!
LovelyLinda - 28 Jun 2007 18:45
Been closed on and off this year a few times, but now due to reopen on 1st December, and major refurbishment planned.
DoctorRadio - 19 Nov 2006 18:13
This ia a long established pub (maybe 300 years old). Its only one in Brantingham village. It sits just 100 yards from the A63, and has a huge car park, a large bar, Dining room in Scandinavian pine, plus a 100 seater restaurant (only open at weekends, but usually with great service).

Always an extensive menu and often very busy at weekends. You can take meals in the bar (a bit gloomy though) or in the lounge or the dining room.

The backlground music is usually pretty good, I wish it was a bit louder.

Worthington and John Smiths Bitters are nothing special but passable. Coffee is good here, but wine range a bit limited.

Service is invariably excellent here - the manager is called Peter and he always goes the extra yard to help and is cheerful.

The pub also has an extensive garden drinking area, very peaceful (away from the car park - its quite well hidden) plus a kids adventure playground over at the far end of the car park. There is also an extensive patio outside the restaurant - they usede to do barbeques on it (Im going back 10 years now) - wonderful place. One of East Yorkshire's gems and much recommended.
DoctorRadio - 23 Feb 2006 15:50

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