Looking for a pub for lunch for father’s day? We got you! check out our round up of some of the best pub lunches in Leeds.
The Deer Park
A North Leeds favourite, The Deer Park is the perfect spot for lunch. Their menu has everything from lobster fishcakes to spiced coconut curry and 30-day-aged rib-eye steak.
Kirkstall Bridge Inn
It’s not just beer that Kirkstall Brewery does well – their flagship venue The Bridge Inn is home to one of the best pub lunches in Leeds. They have a little bit of everything here, so you won’t be short of choice.
You can get a delicious pub lunch slap bang in the middle of Leeds city centre at Whitelock’s. This historic old pub has fed and watered locals since 1715 and it’s still a must-try.
You’ll need to take a trip out to Thorner to find The Beehive, but boy is the food worth it. It’s an incredible gastropub that serves a menu of refined twists on classic.
The Beck and Call
A family-friendly pub, you can treat the whole brood to a slap-up pub lunch at The Beck & Call.
The Boundary House
A trip to Methley is in order for a pit-stop at The Boundary House. This is one of the best country pubs in Leeds, with an eclectic menu, perfect for a midday bite to eat.
The Cardigan Arms
The Cardigan Arms is a proper Victorian pub where you can enjoy delicious fare with a pint of Kirkstall’s finest.
The Fox at Menston
It’s certainly worth a trip to Menston for a pub lunch at The Fox. It’s been a popular haunt for more than 200 years and one look at their menu of modern favourites will show you why.
Want a pub lunch in Leeds city centre? Go to The Reliance. This laid-back pub serves up the very best in modern European cuisine.
The Mustard Pot
Nestled in the heart of Chapel Allerton, The Mustard Pot is a great place for a pub lunch in Leeds. It’s a proper cosy pub, with roaring fires in the winter and oodles of space in the beer garden in the summer – you can’t lose.
(List taken from The Leeds List)