Located inside the historic Wesley Hall, which also plays host to the Museum of Whitby jet, Albert's Eatery is a relaxed restaurant which aims to provide diners with a memorable experience. The world's largest piece of Whitby jet sits just steps away from the tables allowing you to look at it while you eat. Serving up an all-day menu of crowd-pleasing dishes, Albert's Eatery has become hugely popular among locals and tourists alike. Whether you're looking for a quick breakfast and coffee, or want something a little more substantial later in the day, Albert's Eatery has you covered.
Wesley Hall itself has a feel of real grandeur to it, which means that there's always a sense of occasion when dining at Albert's Eatery; beams stretch across the high ceilings, the walls are covered with wooden panels and chairs are upholstered in brown leather. There's also a spiral staircase in the middle of the space, which leads up to another level, while jewellery made from Whitby jet is exhibited in display cases near the tables.
Albert's Eatery prides itself on offering locally sourced, healthy dishes. While seafood certainly accounts for a large amount of the menu, there are also plenty of options available for both meat eaters and vegans/vegetarians. You might start with a prawn cocktail with bloody Mary sauce, a seafood chowder or perhaps feta cheese spring rolls, while main courses range from fish specials such as macaroni cheese with lobster and thermidor sauce to meatier offerings including a homemade beef burger with skinny fries, and chicken supreme. If you're feeling like something a little lighter, Albert's Eatery also has a selection of sandwiches available.
There are drinks available throughout the day including coffee and tea to have with your breakfast or cake, and various alcoholic options too including wine and beer.