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Noyon is situated in Pickering, a pretty Yorkshire market town. The restaurant is very easy to find for those making a first visit there; it is just off a main roundabout. Eastgate is part of the A 170, the road out of Pickering that takes travellers to Scarborough. Noyon is on the left hand side of the road for those travelling towards Scarborough and is next to the Cost Cutter supermarket that is immediately off the roundabout shown on the maps below.  There are convenient parking bays outside the supermarket and restaurant for customers use, if these are occupied there is also a large municipal car park also just off the roundabout which drivers will pass just before reaching the restaurant. Parking at the car park is free after 6pm.

Yorkshire attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year with it’s beautiful scenery and many places of interest. Pickering,sometimes called the “Gateway to the Moors”, has various attractions that would be of interest to a wide range of visitors; it is well worth a visit.  

There is a market every Monday, a monthly farmer’s market and many of it’s shops sell local produce. Pickering also has an indoor market, and hosts regular ‘flea’ markets and car boot sales. It has an especially good range of antique shops and is an an ideal place for those who enjoy hunting for a bargain.

At the top of market place is the parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul, where 15th century murals decorate the walls. At the bottom of the market place is the famous North Yorkshire Moors Railway station. Here you can board steam trains for an 18-mile jouney through the spectacular scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and onto the Coast. The railway is one of the longest heritage lines in the UK. The station at Goathland has been featured in the Harry Potter films.

Those interested in history will enjoy the Beck Isle Museum which houses a fascinating collection of artefacts, mainly from the Victorian era and a collection of local photographs by Sidney Smith. Pickering Castle lies to the north of the town and offers visitors the chance to see a splendid example of a 12th century motte and bailey construction,  which was also once a royal hunting lodge.


Pickering is an ideal place for an outing, why not come soon and finish your day with wonderful Indian cuisine at Noyon.