Lunch was taken at the Blacksmith's Arms in Biggin, near Sherburn-in-Elmet. It's an out-of-the-way pub, recommended to me by a work colleague, so you might need the sat nav, but it's worth the effort. It was a really hot day and we wanted something light and summery; Mary had a bowl of Mussels, while I had a Smoked Salmon and Prawn Sandwich.
The Mussels were big and fresh, with a wonderfully delicate, perfectly seasoned sauce, and came with loads of thick wodges of bread and a pat of butter, while the sandwich was a deconstructed salmon and prawn cocktail rearranged into a sandwich with garnish. We both really enjoyed it and at about £16 pounds, including two drinks, it felt like a bargain.