The top 10 shows a mix of establishments, from restaurants in Old Town when you want to treat yourself on a special occasion, to village pubs and an award-winning fish and chip cafe. Take a look and see how many you have been to. Data correct at start of February 2019.
The cafe in Chapel Street in Flamborough gets almost a clean sweep of 5-star reviews. Comments praise the 'great breakfast' and 'tasty home-cooked meals that never fail to satisfy our hungry tums'.
The Thai restaurant in Quay Road, Bridlington, has received more than 650 reviews and almost everyone was hugely impressed. 'Outstanding food' and 'absolutely brilliant' were among the comments.
The first of three establishments in Old Town to make the top 10. Popular because of its intimate setting, reviewers praised the 'excellent food and service' and called it one of Bridlington's 'hidden gems'.
A family-run restaurant, where you will rub shoulders with dozens of teddy bears as you walk in. 'Top class food, excellent staff, great value for money' said one reviewer and the bread and butter pudding is a real winner.
Sometimes only fish and chips will do. Ward's won the Free Press Fish and Chip Shop of the Year competition in 2018 and customers on Trip Advisor praised the big portions, friendly staff and competitive prices.
A favourite with residents and visitors for many years because of the wonderful views of the harbour and the wide range of excellent food on the menu. More than 800 reviewers gave Rags a score of 4.5, with many recommending the seafood.
'Amazing food, super friendly and spotlessly clean' said one reviewer of this village pub. Another added 'good food, good beer, good prices, what more could you want?'. Booking is advised, particularly at weekends or Bank Holidays.
Just a stone's throw from the north beach, Leo'z in Promenade serves Turkish, Italian and English food. You can eat in, takeaway or take advantage of the home delivery service. More than 600 reviews gave it an average score of 4.5.
Flamborough's second entry in the top 10, The Seabirds in Tower Street. The fish pie and the chunky chips get regular mentions from satisfied customers, and the Sunday lunch with huge Yorkshire puddings is another winning choice.
Old Town's third restaurant to make the list. One reviewer said: "Believe the hype. This is a lovely place to eat. This place has a very unique menu in an intimate setting, and the food is great. Can't fault anything."