We have had some lovely meals at this place, it's not cheap but they do have early bird. We have been for Sunday lunch too which was very good.
Unit D, West Point, Wellington Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 4JY
Wine bar and grill restaurant with an extensive wine list
8 reviews of Stansfield Arms in English
My partner and I went here a few weeks ago for a late Sunday lunch. It was relatively busy as usual though we were found a table for two pretty quickly.
I had soup for starters and we both had lamb for main which was nice. not feeling like too much to eat we shared a crumble for pud. Washed it all down with a nice pint.
All in all a nice meal with good service. A touch more pricey than some places depending on what you’re wanting, they do have some meal deals.
Would recommend it to anyone.
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Arrived for a quick drink and dinner at 7.05 today to find the car park almost full, almost didnt go in as I thought service may be slow. Anyway went in, it was extremely busy but they found me a table, and poured me a pint of ‘Black Sheep’. Clearly its a very popular place.
Ordered an old favourite of mine a Braised Lamb Shank (£13.95)on a root veg mash, and some red cabbage as a side dish.
I was astonished how quickly it arrived though I know these are vacuum packed and usually only need microwaving. The shank itself was fine, but the gravy, mash and red cabbage were EXTREMELY salty and the gravy full of monosodium glutamate. Since condiments are always provided , why do so many chefs these days murder their creations with salt and other seasonings ??
I realised afterwards that this pub is part of Greenvale Taverns Group, like the Chevin Inn at Otley, and you can see from my review of this place last year , that I also complained about saltiness of one dish there.
Anyway I wont be rushing back.
Had a good meal although the cheese board was disappointing , considering £6.25 for 6 biscuits , a thin slice of Stilton , cheddar and Brie !!! And some onion stuff that would be better served with a steak sandwich . Very expensive for pub food. Enjoyed it all the same and service was great .
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Very nice 'gasto pub’
The food is very nice, good quiality with a wide selection.
They always have specials on which differ from month to month.
The building itself is very nice, a nice traditional pub.
If you go here on a sunny day you’ll be lucky to get a seat as it’s very popular. Outside heaters for later in the evening too.
There are plenty of parking space available.
This is a lovely old fashioned pub in a very old building which still has a lot of its original fittings. The interior is lovely and very cosy with more private areas for you is you want to be alone and have a private meal. Given it could do with a bit more lighting in places but that adds to the cosy feel. The food is lovely and they make a gorgeous quiche which is so yummy i could eat it now writing this. The menu is vast full of old favourites like steak and chips and a full roast and chicken and chips with gravy which is gorgeous. The chef is very talented as his food is definitely not your normal pub food - its delicious. The place gets very busy with regulars and the atmosphere is very friendly. The staff are lovely and polite.
Beautiful pub at Apperley Bridge. Good range of dishes available and usually very busy. Only downside is that in some parts of the restaurant, it is quite dark, to the extent that you can’t read the menu!! Lovely food though
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daisymaybuckley, 24 May 2011:
This is a great pub. Set in an idylic old building that dates back to 1722! It sits in the dip in the valley in Apperley Bridge and is only a short walk from the Leeds Liverpool Canal. The current owners have turned it in to a gastro pub with talented chefs who use local ingredients to create traditional british and international cuisine, there really is something for everyone. The atmosphere is usually pretty lively, they often put on theme food/drink nights, e.g beujolais night. I’ve been going to this pub on and off for 15 years and can thoroughly recommend it and it’s both an ideal place to go and drink outside on a summers day or to sit inside near one of the old open fires on a winter evening, indeed at any time of year.
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