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The Adelphi, Leeds - pub details

Adelphi

Address: 1-5, Hunslet Rd, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1JQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4759) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leeds (0.3 miles), Burley Park (2.2 miles), Cottingley (2.7 miles)

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Had heard about the Adelphi quite a lot and thought I need to try it. I had hyped the place up too much in my mind. It's quite a spectacular interior that is quite pretty to look at, but the ale was lacking. I had a pint of Roosters Yankee at £ 4.30 and it looked flat and had barely any taste. May be it's the pint but I was immensely disappointed and I'm not sure I'd want to return. May be I should have been safe and plunged With a pint of Landlord, we'll never know.
Wezzielad - 1 Dec 2016 03:23
Oh no!.
One of my favourite pubs hit by the floods.

Those damn floods.
scrump - 26 Dec 2015 22:01
Needed a local to bring me to this pub and I am glad that he did.

A superb Victorian boozer. Lots of little rooms to explore.

A decent pint of Landlord.
Mappiman - 29 Apr 2015 20:38
Absolute classic which I guess may have been the tap for the now dead Tetley brewery. A variety of beers on offer including Leeds pale and Orkney Dark island to be drunk amidst Victorian splendour.
Steamer1 - 6 Apr 2015 18:53
Classic Victorian pub, remarkably little spoilt. Now a buy pub attracting people of all ages with a range of beers and food. The freshly cooked food comes from a small menu and is well-priced. A small range of real ales, lagers and craft beers. I had the Leeds Pale Ale which was excellent. Not cheap at £3.45. It shows what can be done to keep a pub alive, considering the Adelph is not close to any housing.
simontheeditor - 17 Sep 2014 20:45

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