A Malton hotel is celebrating its entry in to The Good Food Guide.
The Talbot has been added because of its 'flair and care'.
Yorkshire's dining scene has impressed the judges this time round.
A total of 80 restaurants from across the region will feature in the 2013 edition.
The Good Food Guide has today praised the standard of dining in Yorkshire as it includes 7 new entries from the region in The Good Food Guide 2013*, the latest edition of the prestigious restaurant review guide which publishes next month.
Eateries in Yorkshire who have secured a coveted 'new entry' spot in The Good Food Guide 2013 are:
Eric's in Huddersfield which is praised for having 'quality built into every element'; T&Cake, also in Huddersfield; City Café at Double Tree by Hilton in Leeds, described as a 'stylish eatery with unique taste sensations'; Create in Leeds where the 'colourful, contemporary restaurant' impressed; Talbot Hotel in Malton which is lauded for its 'flair and care'; The Star @ Sancton which has 'appealingly local menus and sound cooking' and The Woodlands Cafébar in Whitby, a 'charming eatery by the sea'.
In total there are 80 restaurants from Yorkshire featured in The Good Food Guide 2013.
Create in Leeds, a social enterprise with the aim of helping people back into work, has also been awarded a special Editors' Award as Best Value for Money restaurant in The Good Food Guide 2013.
Top performers in Yorkshire include The Yorke Arms, in Ramsgill, North Yorkshire and The Box Tree in Ilkley - both restaurants have secured places in the guide's prestigious Top 50 Restaurants listing. The region is also home to some of the longest-serving restaurants in The Good Food Guide with The Magpie Café in Whitby featuring in the guide for an impressive 33 years and Weavers in Haworth clocking up 25 years.**
Elizabeth Carter, Consultant Editor of The Good Food Guide, commented:
'We are delighted to welcome new eateries from Yorkshire into The Good Food Guide this year.
'It is fantastic to see that there are really strong dining options to be enjoyed across the region, with a mix of new entries sitting alongside first-rate fine dining establishments and perennial favourites.'