We’re open all week for delicious breakfasts, satisfying lunches and rather indulgent afternoon teas and for three nights a week we’re also open in the evenings. Or you can just pop in for a coffee and a slice of home made cake – we’ll even let you use our wifi.
The Brasserie offers a relaxed and welcoming ambience (and deeply comfortable chairs). For us it’s all about the food – fresh, local, seasonal and prepared with an eye for playful and inventive new combinations: all from our open kitchen – come and have a look!
Our menu is classic modern British with a twist, and we pride ourselves on sourcing as locally as possible.
We really are passionate about every detail. We cure our own salt beef (from local Dales cows), smoke our own salmon, and bake all our own bread and cakes fresh each morning. We’ll forage for wild garlic, sweet talk local farmers into selling us their best beasts and scour the area for exciting new produce and ideas.
The Brasserie is located in The Courtyard, a beautiful barn conversion just south of Settle on the A65. The Courtyard is home to a handful of independent businesses including The Courtyard Dairy (if you like cheese you’ll love this shop), Dalesbred stunning hand crafted furniture, Abraham Moon & Co’s beautiful Yorkshire wool accessories, The Lime Gallery’s carefully created display of artworks and handmade gifts and our own partner in Wine, Buon Vino.
If you are having a special occasion and would like to celebrate with us at The Brasserie in The Courtyard please speak to a member of staff, we are available for private dining parties even on the evening we are not currently open.
Our staff know and love food and are committed to providing guests with a great dining experience. Providing a friendly welcome and a strong knowledge of the provenance of the dishes and ingredients to be found on our menu, we hope you will be inspired by what you find.
Owner / Head Chef
He has served canapés at Michael Parkinson’s house party and barbecued chicken for Liam Gallagher: Richard got his first taste for cooking at school (where he made cakes) did his training in his home town of Harrogate and earned his stripes in the Home Counties working in West Hendred in Oxfordshire, the Red Lion in Upper Basildon and the original gastro pub, The Crooked Billet at Stoke Row near Henley on Thames.
He has catered at Royal Ascot at Cheltenham Gold Cup, and was chef consultant at the nearby Craven Arms for four years before taking over management and cooking at The Brasserie in The Courtyard.
Probably characterised by his seemingly endless energy and enquiring mind, Richard has a passion for provenance, always delighting in finding exciting new local produce. His style is playful, inventive and unpretentious.
He’s a people person who likes to make sure that everything is properly prepared, which is why he’s perfect in The Brasserie kitchen. Matty’s just starting out in the world of catering and enjoys working alongside the restaurant chefs, learning new things and helping make fantastic things happen in the kitchen.
Now that catering has captured his imagination he’s planning to start an NVQ course in chefing so he can accelerate his learning and progress in his career. He’s particularly interested in seafood cooking and once he’s got that certificate the world will be his oyster.
‘I’m like a much much younger Mary Berry’ says Andrea Thornton, who has been baking her scrumptious array of cakes, scones and muffins at The Brasserie since 2013.
And with over twenty years experience in the hospitality industry, including running a restaurant in the Almeria region of Spain, Andrea is a self avowed people person. She has a keen eye for presentation and creates a daily bake for The Brasserie’s delightful afternoon teas.
Andrea’s favourite cake is an orange cake made with freshly ground almonds for a nutty, citrus flavour. Her cakes are made with love, care and precision – some would call her The Queen of the Afternoon Tea.
Hayley Mace had her first catering job at 13, washing up in a restaurant kitchen and took to the industry like the proverbial duck to water. As soon as she was old enough she was waitressing, and each progressive job saw her taking on more and more responsibility.
Hardworking Hayley likes things to run smoothly and now she’s organising the paperwork, invoicing, wages, rotas and marketing at The Brasserie, she’ll make sure that’s exactly what happens.
‘You meet all sorts of people in this job. It’s really sociable, and that’s what I love about it. I even like the hours!’ says Hayley.
When she’s not working, she can be found charging up mountains in the Yorkshire Dales, Ingleborough is her favourite …
Growing up on a Dales farm where cows and sheep were raised for meat gave Joanne a firm grounding in food production and sustainability. Not only is she committed to serving good, fresh, locally sourced food, she also likes to make sure that Brasserie customers have a great experience.
She’s organised with a fierce attention to detail, which makes her the ideal person to make sure everything is running smoothly. And she’s tidy. Boy is she tidy. Joanne makes sure that not a cup or spoon is out of place.
Joanne is also a vegetarian, which means she’s able to point vegetarian customers in the direction of the tastiest veggie dishes on the menu …
Available all day
All available on white or granary bloomer or a fresh English muffin.
New York deli; home cured salt beef with pickle, mustard and spinach. £6.25
Home hot oak smoked salmon, cream cheese and cucumber. £6.75
Yorkshire Croque Monsieure. (Roasted ham and Cheddar toastie) £6.25
Baked field mushroom and Tunworth cheese with onion chutney. (V) £5.75
Falafel and tomato with tatziki. (V) £5.25
All served with a mustard slaw salad.
Add some hand cut chips. £1.50
Gluten free bread is available.
Olives. (V) £2.25
Home made bread, oils and dukka. (V) £2.50
Soup of the day with home made crusty bread. (V) Regular £4.75 Large £5.50
Game terrine with toasted brioche and damson jelly. £6.75
Ox tail and wild mushroom fritters with sauce gribiche. £7.25
Rosti with confit tomato compote and fried egg. (V) £6.50
Potted crab with coriander guacamole and toasted rye bread. £7.25
Risotto (please ask for today’s flavour) (V) Starter £4.75 Main £8.75
Smoked haddock and spinach fishcake with tartar sauce and baby leaf salad. Starter £6.00 Main £11.00
Courtyard Dairy board; selection of cheeses and salami with foccacia and sweet pickle. Sharer Starter or Main £11.25
Blue pig Yorkshire sausage and mashed potato with rich gravy. £8.95
Pressed belly pork, slowly cooked with Yorkshire chorizo, beetroot and shallot served with a fondant potato. £11.75
8oz Sirloin steak with tomato and red onion salad, peppercorn sauce and chips. £17.50
Leek, watercress and young buck tart with black onion pastry, served with garlic and thyme roasted squash and celeriac. £10.25
Brasserie fish stew; preserved cod, clams and mussels with new potato, fennel and tomato £12.25
8oz Flat iron steak with tomato and red onion salad, peppercorn sauce and chips. £12.75
Hand Cut Chips £2.00
Seasonal salad £2.75
Selection of vegetables £2.75
Mashed Potatoes £2.75
Blackberry baked cheesecake with almond brittle and apple compote. £5.50
Pear and caramel tart with crème Anglaise. £5.50
Frangelico crème brulee with a dark chocolate cookie. £5.50
Sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream. £5.50
We also have Strawberry, Chocolate or Vanilla ice cream, and Raspberry, Orange and Lemon sorbets. £1.50 per scoop
We also have a selection of cheeses from the Courtyard Dairy, served with quince jelly and Leeds water biscuits. £2.10 per cheese
Hebden Goat is made on the farm by Gillian and her eight (yes just eight!) goats. The cheese is slowly set before being moulded and aged for three weeks. The wrinkly rind breaks down to a smooth paste and rich goaty and grassy flavours.
Made by Gillian Clough, TenAcres Farm, Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, England.
St James. Sheep’s Milk, Unpasteurised
Using the rich milk from his Lacaune breed of sheep, Martin Gott makes this unique washed rind, sheep’s milk cheese: meaty and powerful. Made by Martin Gott in Cark-in-Cartmel, England.
Summer Field Alpine. Cows’ Milk, Unpasteurised, Organic
Made on Botton Camphill Farming Community , that provides employment for adults with learning disabilities; a Gruyere-style aged for 1-year and made using rich Dairy Shorthorn milk by Alastair Pearson in North Yorkshire, England. (Vegetarian)
Baby Buck. Cows’ Milk, Unpasteurised
An outstanding, new, raw-milk, White-Stilton cheese from Northern Ireland. An interesting take on a White Stilton recipe, Young Buck cheese is traditionally made and hand-ladled to produce a rich, lingering flavour – try it at 1-month old when it is zesty, crumbly and fresh.
Cote Hill Blue. Cows’ Milk, Unpasteurised, Vegetarian
With the milk price falling the Davenports took a short course in cheese-making and invented Britain’s first unpasteurised soft, rich creamy blue. Made by Michael & Mary Davenport in Lincolnshire, England.
Why not have a glass of port with your cheese?
Served from 2.00pm
For 1 For 2
The Brasserie Afternoon Tea £11.95 £23.90
A selection of sandwiches
Fruit scone with jam and clotted cream
Cakes from our daily selection
Home made Yorkshire fruit cake
A pot of Yorkshire Tea
A little Fizz in the Afternoon £15.00 £30.00
A selection of sandwiches.
Fruit scone with jam and clotted cream
Cakes from our daily selection
Home made Yorkshire fruit cake
A pot of Yorkshire Tea
A Glass of Prosecco
Cakes & Scones
Available all day
Single freshly made fruit scone with jam and clotted cream £1.90
Duo of freshly made fruit scones with jam and clotted cream £3.75
Home made Yorkshire fruit cake £2.75
Add a slice of cheese £0.50
Toasted current teacake £1.50
Please see the counter for a selection of freshly made cakes.
On Sunday’s we offer the full menu, with weekly specials and Roast Cumbrian beef with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and gravy.
For parties of 6 or more, booked 48hours in advance.
We love to gather family and friends around the table for Sunday lunch. At The Brasserie in The Courtyard you can have all the pleasure with none of the chores.
For parties of 6 or more, we will roast your favourite lunch to order, and serve it at your table, ready to help yourselves.
For afterwards choose one of your favourite desserts for the table and everyone can dig in.
Sunday roasts are £12.95 per person or £6.95 for children under 11.
Puddings are £19.50 and serve 6.
Roasts; Please choose one joint for 6 people.
Topside of Cumbrian beef.
Roast loin of Blue pig pork with crackling and apple sauce.
Roast leg of lamb.
All served with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables and gravy.
Available 8.30am until 12.00pm
Eggs Benedict with home cooked ham £7.75
Eggs Florantine. £7.75
Toasted teacake with butter and jam. £1.65
Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on granary toast. £7.75
Bacon Sandwich. £3.95
Bacon and egg Sandwich. £4.35
Sausage Sandwich. £3.95
Daily special porridge £3.75
Full Courtyard breakfast; £9.95
Dry cured bacon, Yorkshire sausage, black pudding, free range fried egg, tomato and mushroom.
Vegi Breakfast. £8.95
Grilled tomato, mushrooms, fried bread, free range fried egg and vegetarian sausage.
Free range omelette
with cheese £8.95
With home oak smoked Salmon £9.95
All of our ingredients are locally sourced and prepared in house; our bacon, sausages and black pudding all come from Blue Pig in Rathmell, our eggs are free range and come from Colne, the mushroom we use are from Rothwell in Leeds and the bread is baked daily at Craven Bakery in Skipton.
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Appletiser, tonic water £2.75
Fentimans Traditional soft drinks £2.75
Ginger beer, Victorian Lemonade, Dandelion and burdock, Mandarin and orange.
Fresh Orange Juice £2.00
Fresh Apple juice £2.00
Becks Blue, no alcohol beer £2.30
Sparkling water £1.50
1lt bottle £3.00
Still Water £1.50
1lt bottle £3.00
Lime and soda £1.00
Jug of cordial and water £1.65
We are happy to offer you a jug of tap water free of charge.
125ml 175ml 250ml Bottle
Catarrato Ca di Ponti 2013 £2.95 £3.95 £5.50 £15.00
Ancora, Pinot Grigio, Italy 2013 £3.50 £4.50 £5.95 £17.00
Falls Bay Sauvignon £3.15 £4.15 £5.70 £16.00
Falls Bay Chardonnay 2013 £18.00
Cuvee Jean Paul Rose 2013 £2.95 £3.95 £5.50 £15.00
Nero d’Avola Ca di Ponti 2012 £2.95 £3.95 £5.50 £15.00
Pasquiers, Grenache Noir, Languedoc,
France 2012 £3.50 £4.50 £5.95 £17.00
Soliti Merlot 2012 £3.95 £4.95 £6.50 £18.00
Artesa, Rioja Crianza, Spain 2010 £21.00
Estezargues, Cuvee des Galets, Rhone, France 2012 £22.00
125ml 175ml Bottle
Prosecco Dolci Colline Italy NV £4.50 £5.20 £23.00
A selection of beers and lagers are available:-
Peroni, Moretti, Copper Dragon, Koppaberg Pear Cider
Why not purchase a bottle of wine at Buon Vino and uncork it in The Brasserie with your meal? (a small corkage charge of £6.00 per bottle)
Decaffeinated cafetiere £2.00
Filter Coffee £2.00
Add a syrup; Cinnamon, Ginger bread, Caramel, Irish Cream 50p
Pot of tea for one £1.90
Regular hot chocolate £2.50
Hot chocolate with whipped cream £3.50
Chocolate flake and marshmallows
Winter vegetable broth with foccacia.
Ham hock and pea croquette with sauce gribiche.
Crab and Wensleydale tart with cress salad.
Celebration of winter vegetables; honey roasted parsnip, Jerusalem artichoke crisps, celeriac remoulade and Spiced beetroot yoghurt
Roast turkey, chipolata, sage and onion stuffing, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce and seasonal vegetables.
Pork duo, smoked shoulder of pork and scrumpy braised belly with bubble and squeak cake and rich jus.
En pappilotte baked cod fillet with saffron new potato and shell fish cassoulette.
Brussel sprout, whipped goats cheese and chestnut pancake with Dukka baked new potatoes.
Brasserie Christmas pudding with brandy sauce.
Dark chocolate delice with vanilla poached cherries and clotted cream.
Mulled wine poached pear crème brulee with winter spiced shortbread.
Young buck and Tunworth cheese with Yorkshire water biscuits and quince jelly.
2 courses £16.95 Friday and Saturday £14.75 Monday to Thursday
3 courses £19.25 Friday and Saturday £16.95 Monday to Thursday
Champagne and canapes on arrival.
Duck liver and port parfait with spiced apple chutney and fresh brioche.
Tian of leek, celeriac and young buck with parsley oil. (Vegetarian)
Celeriac humous with walnut crisp bread and chilli sprout salsa. (Vegan)
28 day Beetroot cured gravadlax with soused white onion and walnut crisp bread.
Jerusalem artichoke espresso soup.
Traditional roast turkey with sage and onion force met stuffing, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce and seasonal vegetables.
Classic beef Wellington, fillet steak baked in puff pastry with mushroom duxelle, served with pommes puree, wilted spinach and a rich port jus.
Pearl barley and chestnut cake with wild mushrooms, spinach and cranberry.
Bouillabaisse “stew” rich tomato and fennel bouillabaisse with cod, smoked haddock, crevettes and saffron fondant potatoes.
Courtyard Christmas pudding with flaming brandy sauce.
Dark chocolate fondant with preserved plums and clotted cream.
Mulled pear and tangerine tart tatin with vanilla ice cream.
Mulled pear with orange sorbet and almond brittle. (Vegan)
A selection of cheeses from the award winning Courtyard dairy with water biscuits and quince jelly.
Coffee with home made fudge, dark chocolate truffles and roast chestnuts.
£65 per person
The Brasserie provides the ideal location for any kind of special occasion, from weddings to Christenings and family occasions to significant birthdays. We are happy to work with you to create a lunch or dinner to your specifications, or alternatively treat your guests to one of our indulgent afternoon teas – with or without the addition of a delicious glass or two of Prossecco.
Settle’s newest retail and dining scheme at ‘The Courtyard’ has just been awarded a Highly
The Brasserie is ideally located right next to the A65 just outside the market town of Settle, with plenty of car parking.
The nearest train station is at Settle, a five minute taxi ride away, and the starting point for the world famous Settle-Carlisle railway journey.There’s lots to do in the surrounding area once you’ve enjoyed browsing around the shops and gallery in The Courtyard.Why not wander round the lovely old market town of Settle, be stunned by the magnificence of Goredale Scar, stretch your legs in the beautiful Dales scenery, wander underground in Ingleton Caves, or take a drive up to the foothills of Pen-y-Ghent.
Sunday to Wednesday 8.30am until 5.30pm
Thursday to Saturday 8.30am until 5.00pm and then 6.00pm until 9.00pm
Get in touch…
To make a reservation or enquire about a booking, including our special Sunday lunch experience or to discuss your own event, please call us on 01729 892900 or email us on email@example.com.
Brasserie in the Courtyard,
A65, Settle, North Yorkshire,