Calling all veggies – you can have your roast and eat it at these Leeds pubs…
Finding a quality Sunday lunch as a vegetarian can be a bit of a chore. From dealing with sub-par meat replacements to having to go without gravy, or worse, having no options at all – it’s not easy. However, these Leeds eateries all offer a cracking Vegetarian roast dinner, so you can hang up your oven gloves and indulge in a chilled Sunday afternoon complete with a right good feed.
Just over Leeds Bridge, The Adelphi is renowned for its quality Sunday lunches, and that extends through to the vegetarian option too. They offer a nut roast made up of peanuts, almonds and walnuts with parsnip, Stilton and cranberry to liven up proceedings. It comes nestled next to roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, a homemade Yorkshire pudding and veggie-friendly gravy – all for £12.50.
The Adelphi, 3-5 Hunslet Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1JQ.
The Midnight Bell
Tucked away on the South bank of Leeds, The Midnight Bell has a reputation for being one of the cosiest pubs in the city and they do a stonking good Sunday lunch go with it. The nut roast comes with roast potatoes, mash, buttered greens, cabbage and Yorkshire puddings for a tenner, and if you’re a vegan they can make the nut roast and gravy suitable for you too.
The Midnight Bell, 101 Water Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5QN.
Down on the banks of the River Aire, Calls Landing offer up a slightly different take on Sunday lunch. They specialise in stews, and make a special roast dinner version for £5.50. It sees traditional vegetables thrown in with cauliflower and broccoli, amidst a vat of vegetarian gravy, all served up with two large homemade Yorkshire puddings to soak it all up.
Calls Landing, 36-38 The Calls, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7EW.
>The Grub and Grog Shop
The kitchen at Northern Monk Refectory is run by The Grub and Grog Shop, who are renowned for their inventive approach to ingredients and cooking. Their Sunday menu is no different, and there are options whether you’re a vegetarian or vegan. For the former, delve into a cauliflower steak, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, seasonal mash, mixed roast vegetables, braised beans, spiced red cabbage and gravy. Vegans are sorted too, with stuffing instead of roasties and Yorkshire pudding.
The Grub and Grog Shop at Northern Monk Refectory, Marshall’s Mill, Holbeck, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 9YJ.