These Leeds eateries offer both a snug setting and a hearty Sunday lunch menu to enjoy
These Leeds eateries offer both a snug setting and a hearty Sunday lunch menu to enjoy - the perfect remedy to stave off those wintry blues.
With its traditional Victorian interior and characterful charm, Tetleys original flagship pub provides a welcoming setting in which to unwind and with a fine roast selection, it is a great spot to nestle in and eat up.
Catering for vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free diets and meat-eaters alike, the Sunday roast menu features all the essentials, with a choice of beef, chicken and nut roast, served with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, vegetables and gravy.
Serving three choices of meat and a vegetarian homemade nut roast, there is something to satisfy every craving at this snug eatery, alongside a range of indulgent desserts and warming hot drinks to wash it all down.
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Home to cosy alcoves and roaring fires, The Cross Keys provides a welcome escape from the buzz of the city and its award-winning Sunday roast (complete with giant Yorkshire puddings) promises to make your visit worth the while.
As the oldest public house in Leeds, Whitelocks boasts plenty of history and charm, with a traditional food menu to match. From topside beef and roasted loin of pork, to roasted lamb rump, there is a tasty variety to tuck into.
Served with all the trimmings - including goose fat roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, veg and lashings of gravy - the Sunday dinners here are the perfect winter warmer. For one pound extra, you can enjoy it with a drink.
This charming, rustic bar and dining room boasts a Sunday menu with all the trimmings, including a choice of beef, pork, lamb and nut roast, alongside charcuterie boards and alternative dishes, if you fancy something different.
A popular haunt thanks to its cosy interior, this laid-back pub is also known for its hearty Sunday lunches, comprising a giant Yorkshire pudding, potatoes, plenty of veggies and a rotating array of meats drizzled in hot gravy.
Priding itself on its selection of drinks and locally sourced food, Leeds Brewerys flagship pub is a popular haunt for its delicious Sunday offering and with options for meat-eaters and vegetarians, everyone is well catered for.
Ideal if youre keen to escape the city, this Chapel Allerton based pub boasts cosy surroundings, Cask Marque ales and a choice of rump of beef, rare breed pork loin and nut roast, served with all the trimmings.
If you are craving meat and gravy and dont want to leave your sofa, Man V Roast is the perfect alternative, delivering carvery boxes, hot roast sandwiches and a range of side dishes to Headingley, Burley, Kirkstall and Hyde Park.