Best Gastropubs In Leeds

In a city brimming with boozers, it's not hard to come by some top-notch food. From flavour-packed Sunday roasts to cosy watering holes fronting fireplaces and elevated British plates, this cultural hotspot has it all. Don't know where to begin? You'll certainly want to check out our picks of the best gastropubs in Leeds.

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Last updated on 19th February 2024




The Adelphi

Looking for a gastropub in Leeds city centre? Make your way to The Adelphi. Head inside the cosy space, which is adorned with polished brass and carved wood features, all before exploring the food menu. Think grilled goat's cheese salads or seafood linguine.

The Scarbrough Hotel

Flaunting local produce just a short distance from the station, The Scarbrough Hotel is one of the best pubs in Leeds city centre for food. Be sure to gulp a few ice-cold pints while digging into a lentil cottage pie or smoked haddock and kedgeree fishcakes with lemon aioli.

The New Conservatory

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A historic pub with a rich history and a top-notch bar, The New Conservatory in Leeds is the place to be. They've got you covered with the best, serving up beer from all over the world with a diverse menu that offers everything from homemade steak and ale pie to spicy chicken arrabbiata. Make your way down to their swish mahogany bar for delish homely grub and craft beers galore.

Town Hall Tavern

On the hunt for a pub lunch in Leeds city centre? Town Hall Tavern is the perfect place to visit. From Sunday roasts with all the trimmings to weekday afternoon menus, there are plenty of dishes to fill up on. As for interiors, expect dark wood finishes and cosy corners.