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#528 of 1,189 Restaurants in Leeds


US$41 - US$68
British, European
Lunch, Dinner
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Went with some friends to celebrate a birthday and opted for afternoon tea for a change and were extremely pleased. Great selection of different sandwiches and other savouries and some excellent cakes for after. A couple of bottles of prosecco and a nice cup of...English Breakfast tea - what's not to like. A bit more expensive than some places but worth it.More

Date of visit: January 2022
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved it! Beautiful hotel! Fabulous afternoon tea! Good price! Big shout out to "PEARL" Our waitress, excepttional service!

Date of visit: January 2022
Reviewed 17 February 2020

I went on valentine's day with my partner, and the actual grill was closed. However, they were operating out of the bar lounge, which is far more spectacular and has a really nice art deco aesthetic. The staff we had were really friendly, especially Molly....The 2 for 1 cocktails before 19:00 is a real bargain as the ones that we ordered were fantastic. There was a limited choice for us as vegetarians, with only two options for the starter and main; so we opted to just try all four dishes. The starters (soup of the day and asparagus on sourdough) were absolutely amazing! However, the mains were mediocre; which is a real shame as everything else was perfect - hence the 4 not 5 stars. The flavours in the risotto just did not work, and the portobello mushroom on a bun was just bland. Due to the mains not being great we decided not to risk it and go somewhere else for dessert, again which is a shame. I will be keeping an eye on social media to see if the menu changes as I would love to go back and give it another go, and hopefully change this four star review into a five!More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 11 November 2019

Myself and my partner have just returned from a rare child free weekend in Leeds to celebrate my 40th birthday. We wanted to treat ourselves to a fancy meal as we dont get out very often due to childcare and it was a special occasion...so we wanted to go somewhere a bit fancy. After checking out menus for several restaurants in Leeds we decided on the Queens grill even though it was a bit over budget. We booked in advance to guarantee a table and were looking forward to it. We had already decided what we were going to have to eat. On arrival we followed the sign to the restaurant down some stairs to find it locked up in darkness with a sign on the door staring the food was been served in the bar area. Why could this not have been displayed earlier on to save us a trek downstairs? On arrival at the bar area we were waiting a few minutes before anyone came to greet us then sent to the bar until our table was ready even though we saw a few empty tables on our way past. We were seated about 10 minutes later and given our menus. Nothing was said to us at that time that they were out of stock of half the menu. We only knew this as we heard the table next to us ordering to be told there were no fillet steaks, no lamb, no swordfish, only 1 sirloin left, only 2 duck breasts lefts. There were only 10 things on the menu to start with so that was half the menu out of stock! We had planned on having fillet steak and lamb so were a bit disappointed upon overhearing this. Nothing had been said to us when they handed us the menu. The other table wanted to speak to the manager to complain and she begrudgingly went over. Despite it not been very busy we were waiting 25 minutes for someone to come over to take our drink and food orders. We were then informed that the fillet steak and lamb that we wanted to order were unavailable as was lots of other dishes like we had overheard. We looked at what was left which was burgers, salads and a chicken dish and decided we would try to find somewhere else to go as those things although we like them were not exactly a special treat. It was past 9 o clock by this time so we were hungry, disappointed and worried about finding somewhere nice to eat. Luckily we managed to find somewhere a short walk away that had a much nicer ambience, better service and we enjoyed our meal. Why was half the menu unavailable on a Saturday night? It’s understandable that on a busy night the odd thing may run out but for half the menu to be unavailable when it wasnt that busy is very poor kitchen management. Service was poor though the waitress that did eventually come to see us was very nice. This nearly ruined a special celebration so we were grateful we found the alternative place nearby. Definitely will not be returning nor recommending to anyone.More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 29 July 2019

There were a couple of other places in Leeds I had intended trying, but they weren't open on Sundays, so I took the default option of eating in the hotel I was staying in anyway... and I'm so glad I did! The scallop starter and...lamb main course would deserve all the stars on their own, but the best thing was the service. I get rather irritated when waiting staff woodenly ask "is everything all right for you?", simply because they have been told to, but here the Maitre d' refreshingly said in passing: "I don't need to ask... I can see you're enjoying it!" I didn't manage to read his name badge, but he and my waitress Zainab were both brilliant. The hotel is great too, but you don't need to be a resident to eat here and I recommend that you do, if you have the chance.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 14 July 2019

I met up with friends for afternoon tea and we had booked a table here. I was surprised to find we seemed to be the only people booked for it, the table being already set out. To begin with the service was quite good but...once our food arrived we were not approached again and had to go to the bar when we wanted more drinks. The food was of an acceptable standard, except the scones, and the least said about them the better, I didn't even attempt mine. When it was time to pay a lady came with the bill but didn't give it to us(!!), just told us what we owed, which was considerably more than we expected. My friend asked to see the bill and found a service charge had been added, I do not recall seeing anything, anywhere, about this. We asked for it to be removed, as we had had no service, the dirty crockery was still on the table and I abhor this sneaky practice. The service charge was removed, as was the extra for the drinks we had had to go to the bar for, so we paid up and left, without I'm afraid leaving a tip. The next time we meet up in Leeds we shall take tea elsewhere, suggestions welcome.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 20 April 2019

We were met well and shown to a table and give menu and wine list. we ordered from both and were well served when our meal and drinks arrived. The food was excellent and the wine good if a little dear.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 14 April 2019

Arrived in Leeds and wanted somewhere to eat where we wouldn't normally go. Booked a table via app for 7.30. When we arrived we were shown to our table and made to feel very welcome by the waitress. When food arrived very impressed. Beautifully presented...and tasted amazing. From start to finish could not fault anything from staff to food. When paying bill very surprised by how much it cost expected to pay much more due to quality and service. would highly recommend as a treat for anyone.More

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 13 April 2019 via mobile

Had a 3 course meal here and it was very tasty. A nice pate, followed by a very good chicken dish and the best course, a baked white chocolate cheesecake. Excellent.

Date of visit: April 2019
Reviewed 27 January 2019

Ate a la carte but within a £28 ph budget as on a D, B&B deal in the hotel. Very quiet on a Thursday evening so not much atmosphere. Food was a pleasant surprise, shame Chey doesn't get more chance to shine. Trio of prawns...starter particularly good.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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  • Food: 3.5
  • Service: 3.5
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