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The West End House, Kirkstall - pub details

Address: 26, Abbey Rd, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS5 3HS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3931) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Headingley (0.4 miles), Burley Park (1.1 miles), Bramley - West Yorkshire (1.8 miles)

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Found this pub to be attractive and busy on my visit (Just before the Kaiser chiefs played Kirkstall Abbey nearby). There were three real ales available, a good choice, including Leeds Brewery Pale, Ilkley Bitter and Wharfebank Tether Blonde, however, this was a a bit on the expensive side at nearly 3 a pint.
Seemed a nice enough pub, although the barmaid/landlady possibly seemed a little bit offhand with a few customers, whilst the pub itself was heavily geared towards the food side.
Reasonable place for a pint, just not sure it offers anything extra to justify the extra cost of a pint.
SouthYorkshireman - 12 Sep 2011 20:51
real ale drinkers check your ale here!! watch the staff closely. i've seen them put the overflow from other beers and lagers! into the ale overflow and then open up the tap underneath and give you a mixed pint of beer!! disgusting!! i think it's called 'stretching the barrel' in pubs. no comment on the food. never had any!
beerqueen - 12 Jan 2009 12:48
Great pub food. If your like me and hate 2for1 frozen pub meals then go to the West End House. Not cheap but big plates washed down with great ale. Good for cider drinkers also. Beer garden is an after thought but an enjoyable place to go pre and post Rhinos/cricket matches.
PaulShaneTributeAct - 13 Jun 2008 13:56
Decent pub with well-kept beer, but pricey, and a visit is often spoilt by the management policy of blasting loud music through the numerous speakers dotted about the place, even when the pub is not busy. The volume is regularly set at a level which makes conversation a strain. Even the outside drinking/smoking area has a speaker! Maybe they think this will pull in the students on non-quiz nights, but from what I have seen this policy fails, and must discourage some who might otherwise become regulars.
mollymalone - 8 May 2008 10:53
quite a nice pub very good food more of a food pub than a drinking pub but always has a very good selection of real ales well worth a vist
tench1230 - 1 Jan 2008 09:06

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