Food at the Engine Yard

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Centre for excellence for local food and drink

Visitors to the Engine Yard are spoilt for a choice when it comes to dining experiences. There’s a delicious range of unique dining options on offer, each serving first-class food and drink which is, where possible, sourced locally and ethically. Dining at the Engine Yard will not only tantalise your tastebuds, it is also satisfying to know you’re supporting local businesses too. It’s a win-win situation!

There is so much to discover when it comes to eating out at the Engine Yard. Each dining area offers a distinct cuisine. From sipping specialty cocktails in the quirky, chic basement Balloon Bar, to fine dining at The Fuel Tank Brasserie, there’s something to satisfy all distinguished taste buds. If it’s family friendly you’re after, there’s the outdoor Pizza & Burger Kitchen serving tasty handmade pizzas and burgers or the Fuel Tank Cafe, perfect for brunches and lunches.

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Make a day out of it

Each food outlet takes pride in providing a quality service befitting of the grand setting at Belvoir Castle. The venue makes a perfect day out, with lots to do at the Engine Yard and Belvoir Castle. 

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Did you know?

Historically, the Engine Yard held the 20-tonne beam engine pump which sent water up to the castle, which is why it has now been aptly named, The Fuel Tank.

Spoilt for choice

At the Engine Yard you can choose to visit:

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The Fuel Tank Kitchen

Serving a tasty breakfast and lunch menu, this licensed cafe is a great place to fuel up!

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Balloon Bar

Treat yourself to a visit to the quirkiest bar in the Vale of Belvoir. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a fun evening of cocktails.

Please check the opening times of all food outlets as they all vary slightly. 

Let us know what you think

Whichever dining experience you choose at The Fuel Tank, we’d love to hear from you. Send us your snaps – and your comments too!

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