The restaurant is very good starting with a friendly attentive young staff who seem to enjoy working there providing a good standard of service. The food is very good with a good range of choice on the menu and the Tetley infused beef and dumpling stew is particularly good although it should also be offered as a pie. This is gastropub end dining with prices to match but overall its very good and a great addition to the Leeds dining scene. The building itself is worth a look around for its historic value and it will be even better when it acquires the artistic content it needs to fill its empty spaces.
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