This ancient city now thrives with innovative industries and vibrant cultural life. Yet, amidst this progress, York’s commitment to heritage is unwavering. Landmark buildings and medieval streets are meticulously maintained, ensuring that history remains a living part of the urban landscape, while embracing the future, making history an integral component of its identity and growth.

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Kimchi is a staple in Korean cuisine. The most popular traditional side dish in Korea, it is a blend of salted and fermented vegetables, such as napa cabbage and Korean radish, made with a widely varying selection of seasonings including chilli, spring onions, garlic and ginger.

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Burgundy Broccoli – a unique brassica variety grown in the UK – can be consumed raw or cooked, and it’s completely edible meaning no discarding of the crown or stem, unlike typical broccoli varieties that need to be floreted.

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Growing in popularity in the UK, tofu has been enjoyed in the middle-east for thousands of years as a staple ingredient. With a whole host of nutritional benefits it’s a plant-based superhero, and as a cooking ingredient its versatility means it can be combined into a fantastic range of dishes.

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Al Dente was born from the passion of a young Roman entrepreneur, Filippo Gallenzi, who’s ambition was to make handmade fresh pasta available for all. With traditional recipes sourced from Italy’s best regions and cooked at the right cottura al dente (the firmness of cooked pasta), diners can eat their signature Italian dishes or prepare them at home themselves.

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Offering a contemporary take on the traditional, rustic English countryside restaurant, The Beehive had barely arrived before it was forced to close temporarily due to the global pandemic. The return marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the restaurant, and their latest offering is one that commands repeat visits.

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Government guidelines will be strictly implemented for those shopping at the market to ensure maximum safety for both visitors and vendors. These include access to free hand sanitiser, available at the Market entrance, temporary barriers in place to aid social distancing and contactless payments being made available where possible.

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