A gastro pub at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds

Welcome to Petros and the Cross Keys Nafferton, a family-run gastro pub in a beautiful part of East Yorkshire. Situated in the heart of the village, at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds just off the A614 between Bridlington and Driffield.

Family Hour

The Government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme may have finished, but we are continuing our Family Hour.

Enjoy discounted prices in our restaurant, between 5 and 7pm Tuesday to Saturday.

Please see our menu for details.

A separate contemporary restaurant - part of the recent renovations of Petros and the Cross Keys Nafferton

Restaurant & Bar

Our restaurant and bar is open Tuesday to Sunday. Please see our Food Times for details.

Our Summer Restaurant Menu has lots of traditional favourites like moussaka & we usually have a couple of specials too. On Sundays we serve roasts alongside our restaurant menu.

With limited space due to implementing social distancing, we are operating on a booking only basis and we ask that customers pre-order wherever possible.

Masks must now be worn when entering, leaving and moving around the pub to comply with Government guidance.

Please read through the Necessary Changes we have had to put in place to meet Government guidelines before visiting.

Then book your table & pre-order on 01377 256349.

Thank you all for your custom and continued support at this time.

Jackie and Petros

Takeaway Menu

Wed - Sat 5.00pm to 8.00pm

Sun 12.00 noon to 3.00pm

We are continuing our takeaway & have increased availability to include Wednesday evenings as well. Please take a look at the Takeaway Menu and order on 01377 256349.

The menu is subject to availability and we can only accept pre-orders.

We are following guidelines on social distancing with timed slots for collection, or delivery can be arranged for those self-isolating or for those who are shielded.

Payment by card on the phone when you order is preferred, but we will accept contactless payment or cash when you collect.

A separate contemporary restaurant - part of the recent renovations of Petros and the Cross Keys Nafferton

Drinks

We typically serve an hand-pumped beer such as Wold Gold from our local Wold Top Brewery as well as various premium lagers and ciders.

We also offer a good selection of wines by the bottle and our house wines by the glass to accompany your meal or just enjoy.

Plus there is an ever-changing range of gins and a full range of spirits, along with mixers and a good selection of soft drinks.

Petros & the Cross Keys

A traditional village pub with a separate contemporary restaurant. The wood panelled bar is a central focus for the pub. The real fire in the main bar offers a cosy welcome during the Winter and outside there is a small courtyard, which has been nicely done up with picnic tables for you to enjoy Summer outdoor eating and drinking.

The home-cooked, locally sourced food we serve is an interesting combination of Mediterranean and traditional pub dishes, including Sunday roasts. The Mediterranean twist comes from Petros who is Greek, so you can expect to see pub favourites like steak & ale pie alongside Greek specialities like Keftedes.

Petros and the Cross Keys is at the heart of the village of Nafferton, close to the Nafferton Mere © 2008 Paul Glazzard

Around & About

This area of East Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Wolds is a beautiful area for walking and cycling. We are right on the route of the Way of the Roses, a fantastic coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe to Bridlington. So if you are intending to cycle the route, why not plan in a break at the Cross Keys Nafferton and enjoy some welcome refreshment? For more details please take a look at our Local area page.

Nafferton itself has plenty of interesting places to visit, like the mere and 11th century All Saints Church. Close by are the historic market towns of Driffield and Beverley, the seaside resort of Bridlington and the Elizabethan Burton Agnes Hall.

Whether you are local to the area or just visiting, we look forward to welcoming you at Petros and the Cross Keys.