Pleasant venue - fairly recently refurbished pub dining room, decorated with photos of Leeds in the 'olden days'. Service was friendly and attentive.
We all opted for roast beef. The Beef itself (served medium to medium rare) was excellent, as were the Yorkshire puddings. Nice roast potatoes too. Veg were ok - portions of broccoli, carrot and cauliflower were slightly on the mean side and parsnips could have done with a bit longer in the oven to crisp them up a bit. Gravy was tasty and plentiful although might disappoint the purist as it clearly owed more to a packet than to fresh stock from the meat bones and the scrapings of the roasting tin. Rioja was available by the glass and complimented the Beef nicely.
Sticky Parkin with butterscotch sauce was delicious as was the selection of cheeses.
Overall, a very nice Sunday lunch at a reasonable price.
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