Jeremy's Restaurant was originally a very popular local butchers for over 23 years dating as far back as 1933. Known as Bernard Tate's Butchers the building lasted through the war and it's original black and white art deco style walls and floor can still be seen today in what is now Jeremy's Restaurant.
The original tiles have been preserved throughout the decades, having been covered up for many years whilst it was Peasholm Pantry café. There is a true sense of nostalgia combined with Jeremy & Anne's own contemporary and rustic additions of colours and furniture.
In the Summer of 2009, Jeremy and Anne began major renovations bringing the venue back to it's former glory. The art deco styling and warm friendly, candlelit atmosphere set the tone of the dining area whilst you are able to see Jeremy and his team hard at work in the open-plan kitchen.
At an early age Jeremy's passion for cooking was apparent. He attended Yorkshire Coast College, before securing his first position at the Dorchestor Hotel where he worked under Anton Mossiman in the 2 star Michelin restaurant, The Terrace.
His talents were highly sought after as he moved on to various top class London hotels and restaurants including Inigo Jones with Paul Gayler, Les Saveurs with Joel Antunes and Le Meridien with David Chambers.
Jeremy then landed his dream position of working for the renowned Marco Pierre White and spent over 6 years at all of his top restaurants including The Canteen, Restaurant Marco Pierre White, The Criterion, Mirabelle and Quo Vadis. Jeremy's skills reached the highest of standards with numerous Rosettes being awarded to him before gaining the very highest of accolades in his profession, his very own Michelin Star whilst Head Chef at Marco Pierre White's Quo Vadis. Jeremy is very proud of his achievements and has continued to have various glowing reviews from renowned critics such as Jonothan Meads, Matthew Fort, Faye Maschler and the Yorkshire Post and latterley, Yorkshire Life Best Neighbourhood Restaurant of the Year 2011.
Jeremy had developed a fantastic name for himself before being head hunted and moving out to work as Head Chef at one of Singapore's top restaurants. After 2 years, Jeremy and his lovely wife Anne decided to return to the UK. He immediately landed the position of Chef Director of a London Gastro Pub Group for which The House, Islington was awarded Gastropub of the year in 2003.
Having lived most of his life in the big city Jeremy and his family returned to their home town of Scarborough to open their own restaurant.
Jeremy and Anne's restaurant embodies all of the skills, passion and standards Jeremy has been awarded throughout his entire career. You will be assured of a warm welcome, relaxed friendly service and food packed with flavour, using seasonal local produce, making Jeremy's a destination restaurant for everyone.