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"In summer, we will be serving fruits de mer overlooking Whitby Harbour," says Andrew.
If the new Star follows the success of its sister projects, Andrew's hope of turning Whitby into the Padstow of the North will be more than wishful thinking.
He talks about doing for Whitby "what Rick Stein did for Padstow." He said: "We want to add to what is here and give people more reason to come to Whitby.
"It will be a fantastic mix of Star Inn the City and Star at Harome dishes and new seafood dishes which promote the area, the North East coast." Fish lovers can feast on the likes of whitebait and pickled cockles and mussels on the bar bait snack menu, while there is a choice of langoustines, North Sea lobster, and oysters under the shellfish-on-ice section.
There will be a mix of meat and vegetarian choices too – as well as fish and chips.
Andrew has big ambitions for the venture and it is beyond making a success of the restaurant.
The South West of England, is one of the 9 official regions of England and is actually the largest of all 9 in terms of the geographical area that it covers, which in all is 9,200 square miles – an area that is actually larger than Wales.
This stretches from Gloucestershire in the north of the region, down through, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.
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