great stay. the hotel was beautifully decorated and beautiful ambiente in the lobby. all staff were very helpful and friendly. my room was so beautiful, beautifully decorated and amazing showers. the bed was super comfortable. the room was clean, but could have been cleaner (the haare in bed and washbasin, watermark etc.) so that I could have a star away
This is our standard visit to the pub when we visit the city centre. The place serves a good selection of beers that are well maintained. The staff is very attentive, nothing is always too much trouble. I never have to wait a long time at the bar. This pub has a traditional feeling and a fantastic atmosphere. I haven't tried the food yet, but I was here yesterday and saw two amazing looking fish and chip dinner brought to a nearby table. Overall, the place offers a safe, relaxing environment in which a few good quality pints sink.
the cardigan arms is a real firm for the eys when they first enter, especially when a large traditional Victorian interieur that they did not expect, and a mandant that cannot be wiped or defined by a certain age group floats their boot. halfway to kirkstall road, the cardigan arms has created a call for itself as a live music spot that shows all kinds of musical great, although mostly in the way of upcoming rock bands and volksensembles. the rest of the pubs is a mixture of smaller and larger rooms that allows groups to sit alone, encapsulated by the grandiose setting of their own room, or to mix themselves from the bar, with older pub guests who do not seem to enjoy a younger crowd the venue. friendly, honest, and a beautiful feeling of tradition that breaks down the monotomy of kirkstall roads series of expired takeaways and DIY shops.
The first visit was impressed by the range of food options and value ratio, with a decent atmosphere. Ordering food through the app, compared to most apps was quite easy. Take food to the table in good time. Although my interaction with the staff was limited, they were polite and helpful. Would definitely visit again.
Booked an afternoon tea for my mum’s birthday, no staff at the restaurant (despite having a booking and 2 other customers sat eating). After waiting 10 minutes I had to ask a different staff member if any staff were in the restaurant, she was very helpful and then made a call and a staff member appeared to seat us. Afternoon tea itself was disappointing, sandwiches were not as advertised a “toasted club sandwich” was a BLT, a “salmon and cream cheese bagel” was a ham sandwich and a “beetroot and humous wrap” was a sandwich with a mysterious red paste. Our server didn’t explain any substitutions before walking off. She did refill our tea, provide milk sugar etc in a timely manner when asked. The server would sometimes not be present visible for a prolonged period of time which would have caused issues had you wanted anything to request the bill. At 1pm when there are customers present this surprised me (I.e. if it was immediately after breakfast rush or just prior to evening meal I would understand them having lots of other tasks). For such a highly regarded hotel we were both disappointed and though the food was fine (despite the quiches but that’s personal preference) we wouldn’t recommend it for an afternoon tea to others.
A lovely vegetarian and vegan cafe which is in a handy spot in Leeds city centre. The cafe is relaxed and cheerful with a tempting menu that includes snacks, starters, main meals, soups, salads etc. Open until too which is a bonus. You obviously don't need to be veggie to enjoy it, we aren't and we loved the quality/tasty food.