Anton's is a beautiful little venue, located in a former chapel which sits right opposite the harbour in Scarborough. I have on many occasions sat in their outside seating area sipping a coffee or a glass of wine and promising myself to one day eat there.
Earlier this week we had an occasion which warranted a nice meal out, and so booked a table. The inside of the restaurant is very welcoming, and we were seated in the lovely mezzanine dining area where we could enjoy fabulous views of the harbour through the large picture window.
Despite it being Tuesday and not quite high season yet, the restaurant soon filled up, which is great, I love the buzz of a busy restaurant. The fact that some diners were obviously 'regulars' suggested a good reputation.
Some menu options were a little pricey, but I know that Anton's uses locally sourced meat from a very good quality supplier, this always comes at a premium. I, however, had been looking forward to pizza for days and so ordered the Pica Pica with a side of chunky chips. I really didn't need the chips, the pizza was huge. It was a delicious thin based pizza with generous topping, and I loved it.
The Mr. had a burger with chips. When it first arrived it was slightly too rare for his liking, but the waitress took it away with no fuss whatsoever and brought back a perfect burger. The service was great, our waitress constantly checked that we had all we needed, and was really keen to make sure the Mr's burger was ok once it had been redone.
The dessert menu looked beautiful, alas we were too full to even consider it, so we finished off with coffee.
I really enjoyed our night out at Anton's. The service was good, the food was delicious and the venue and location, perfect. Would I dine there again? Definitely.
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