The Myrtle Tavern – Meanwood, Leeds (Sunday Dinner)

A lovely traditional country pub on the outskirts of Meanwood with an amazing beer garden/outdoor area to take advantage of too! I can only comment on the Lamb Sunday Dinner here as this was all we had when visiting, but I can advise it was really good!

If you’re coming here for Sunday dinner I would advise to book (and be aware the car park is a little tight) as the pub seemed a very popular place indeed and all for good reason. Inside the décor is that of a traditional pub, and there is a massive beer garden outside too. Service here was friendly and no issues at all.

Four of us went for Sunday dinner here, and we all went for the roast lamb! The lamb didn’t occur a surcharge which was great to see as a lot of other restaurants would charge more for lamb if they even have it on the menu at all, so we were really pleased about this. Other meats on the Sunday Roast Menu were beef or pork loin (you can get all three meats for an extra £3) and they also have a vegetarian nut roast option. All meals are served with garlic & rosemary roast potatoes, stuffing, roasted caramelised carrots and parsnips, buttered broccoli, Yorkshire pudding, creamed leeks and stock pot gravy – all for £11.95 / £6.95 kids.

There was absolutely nothing to fault with these Sunday Roasts. I loved how much veg there was! Everything was tasty, comforting, cooked really well and went down a treat! I would definitely recommend here. For more information on The Myrtle Tavern, check out their website here.

I hope that my review has inspired you to give this pub a try. If you have anywhere you recommend I should eat at, please leave a comment below. If you are a restaurant/food vendor and would like to collaborate with me in any way, please just email me at!

Happy munching!


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