Sunday Lunch In Leeds
14 November 2017 - Accommodation
Come Sunday, there’s nothing we want more than a good roast dinner – and you’ll find a fair few of them in Leeds. Leave the washing up to someone else with these Sunday lunches...
Man V Roast
Fancy Sunday lunch every day of the week? That’s what Man v Roast is all about…This new Hyde Park venue has a no-nonsense approach that will see you in and out within 20 minutes. You can get quality roast meats with all the trimmings in a takeaway box for less than a fiver and you have the option to eating in or out.
The Midnight Bell is the perfect place for a tasty Sunday dinner. This is a popular spot for the most-loved meal of the week, so you might want to book ahead. As well as 28-day aged topside of beef, pork loin and turkey crown, you can also get a vegan nut roast and a vegetarian mushroom, creamed leek and hellfire cheese wellington.
It’s one of the oldest pubs in Leeds, but also one of the finest – and they do a cracking Sunday lunch. Generous portions of meat are mixed with carrots, parsnips, greens and roast potatoes, with the obligatory Yorkshire pudding piled on top. You can also wash it down with a choice of top quality beers and ales.
The Cross Keys
The Cross Keys is famed for its Sunday lunch – it’s definitely one of the best in Leeds. Needless to say, you’ll want to book ahead, and get there early, because when it’s gone, it’s gone.
If you want your Sunday lunch to be a luxurious affair, head straight to Leeds’ Gaucho. They do it a bit differently, with a sharing board that will see you tucking into roasted sirloin of beef, a roasted free range chicken or butternut squash ravioli.
The Mustard Pot
Enjoy your roast and take part in the weekly Sunday night quiz or board game at Chapel Allerton’s oldest and best pub, the Mustard Pot. All roasts are served with honey roasted carrots, turnips, roast potatoes, greens, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.
Town Hall Tavern
The Town Hall Tavern provides high quality, locally sourced, traditional grub with a dash of grace and a pinch of panache. All roasts come with fluffy roast potatoes, creamy mashed potato, honey roast parsnip, seasonal vegetables, homemade Yorkshire pudding and lovely homemade gravy. If you love gravy, don’t be shy to ask for more!
The Picture House
Located on Merrion Street, The Picture House is somewhere you can go for a Sunday roast all day any day of the week. There’s no need to book a table, simply walk in, find an empty one, order your food at the bar, and make your way to the carvery deck. What makes this even more amazing is the price of it all, dive in from £4.89.
Art’s Café Bar & Restaurant
Art’s is Leeds' original Cafe Bar. It opened in September 1994 and has become a popular destination for the local diners & drinkers. Expect huge Yorkshire puddings and lashes of gravy.