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The last of the original fully preserved ally pubs in Leeds, its a great place to get away fro the bustle of the city whilst being in the middle of the city! Good cask conditioned ales on offer in this beautiful pub which offers something...More
Attended the beef festival here in July, and also at whitelocks next door. What a well organised event. Fantastic selection of beers and everyone who worked there was very friendly and could offer advice and notes on everything sold. Fantastic pub
We had read up about this pub before visiting Leeds and were really looking forward to going here and we were not disappointed at all on any level about our first time here.
Reached down a narrow alley ,the pub looks cool,dark wood tables and...More
We had a little trouble finding this place, but I'm glad we persevered.
A quaint,narrow courtyard/alley leads to a lovely little pub, with a large selection of ales from the keg and craft ales too.
We stopped here for a drink or three and a...More
Visited this little bar on several occasions and I absolutely love it for the following reasons! 1. Very nice cosy atmosphere and I really like the design and decor of the room. 2. Fairly nice place to sit outside if the weather is good 3....More
They serve Carling!!!!!! We’ve had THE best Sunday lunch ever. Massive portion (couldn’t manage it all) so great value for money. Would recommend, will visit again and again. Such a great little pub. Indoor and outdoor seating. Thoroughly enjoyed all 3 visits this weekend 😉
In my opinion this is the best Sunday dinner in Leeds.
The drinks are good and a good selection of drinks are available.
The bar is quite small with very little seating and you cannot book in advance but it's worth a short wait.