A flagship pub for the local Tetley brewery built on the back of late Victorian opulence and ingenuity. The Adelphi pub provides one the most distinct, yet laid back, drinking and dining experiences in the city.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
All the food is fresh and sourced from Yorkshire.
Rustic entrees like soups; chicken; squid; mushrooms; nachos; and camembert.
Up to 10 burger choices with the vegan ‘beyond meat burger’ in the mix.
The jewel in the crown is the glorious Sunday roast dinners that include classic roast beef with homemade Yorkshire pudding; Norfolk pork and cashew; Shropshire roast chicken; and a walnut & cheddar nut roast.
The Adelphi Craft Beer Residency brings you seasonal selections of beers from talented breweries. Where you can try up to 10 craft beers at any one time, with the promise that these change regularly.
If ale isn’t your thing then why not delve into a caste of International beers, wines, and artisan spirits. Taking the artisan on they even have a continental-style street café to enjoy a high grade coffee (or tea) outside the front on the street.
This highly ornate grade two listed late Victorian pub is one of Leeds best kept secrets. Think grandee mirrors; shiny brass panelling; original tiling and mahogany fittings amongst period paintings.
The Adelphi is dog friendly and comes with a beer garden if you prefer to sit outside with your pooch.
There is a monthly comedy club and weekly live music sets and of course a quiz!
Where to Park
The nearest parking is paid and over the road from the Adelphi. Park and pay on the day at Meadow Lane car park, postcode: LS10 1ES (Google Map Directions)
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The Adelphi is ideally located between the two biggest transport hubs in the city. Leeds train station is a 10-minute walk one way and Leeds bus station is a 10-minute walk the other way.
The Adelphi is disability access friendly.
What To Do Next
If the pub snacks haven’t really touched the sides then why not head around the corner to Ciao Bella for some modern Italian dining.