A historic plot with both history, and the love of the city to its name, Whitelocks may be keeping their pub as a classic charmer, but this British boozer is way ahead of the game when it comes to ale and pub grub alike.
Nearly 300 years old and counting (a pub older than America at that), Whitelocks is a wonder of tales to tell and stories to show. First licensed as The Turk's Head, Whitelocks has seen Britian change, but hearty punters stay the same. Join them for not only classic innards and ornate flecks, there's a dinky yet darling courtyard to enjoy in the summer too.
With their ale selection somewhat second to none in the city, and their dining menu toting a top selection of gastro goodies, it's no wonder that people favour Whitelock as one of their most favourite places to eat in Leeds, whether a pub or not. Hunker down in their cosy confines and lock your lips around plates the likes of beer battered fish and chips at just £9, or try something a dash more seasonal with their grilled beetroot and artichoke rosti with dill cream at £8.50. Their heralded Sunday roasts will also set you back a charming £14.95 for two courses.
A word from the chef:
Pub grub for your ploughing pleasure, Whitelocks host a charming menu of historic classics, gastro goodies and favoured plates. Try their beer battered fish with chunky chips at £9, or try their pan-fried calves liver with a potato rosti at £11.
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