Called for lunch mid-week. Food was good particularly the egg mayo and rocket sandwich in delicious granary bread served with lovely salad and crisps. Was so tasty and good amount of filling. Americano coffee was delicious and good size too. Prawn in Marie Rose sauce nothing to write home about , prawns very small and a bit chewy, disappointed with this. Staff all seem friendly , the young male waiter seemed unsure of menu at times but he was friendly and I am sure he will improve as seemed keen.
Time waited for food was better than we went for breakfast
Nice ambience and lovely views over the valley to Pudsey.
One thing though which should definitely be a NO-NO!! is that in the toilets they have a 'communal' hand towel ....uuuugh !! Breeding ground for germs and poses a risk of cross contamination/infection. I am sure any Environmental health inspector would frown upon this. Could always use toilet tissue to dry hands but think The Beulah needs to think about installing a hand dryer, supplying paper towels or using small flannels that can be washed after one use .
Would return for lunch or coffee.
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