Sunday Lunch in Horsforth
Given the number of pubs in Horsforth there is a wide selection of Sunday lunch options available in the village. Whether you prefer chicken, beef or lamb most of the local pubs offer a selection with some interesting alternatives available such as the Yorkshire pudding beef wrap at the Brownlee Arms if you fancy something smaller than the traditional full roast.
Bar 166 is particularly well known for it’s good reputation for Sunday lunches with well cooked, generous servings of meat, perfectly prepared roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings and all at a great price for the serving sizes. As an added bonus the customer service is also excellent (as it is with the Brownlee Arms)
Another great option is the Toby Carvery on Fink Hill which is considered one of the best in Yorkshire for it’s roast dinners.
So if you are having one of those days where you would like someone else to do the work or if you just fancy a really great lunch, check out some of the places to get your Sunday Lunch below:
A list of the pubs offering Sunday lunch in the Horsforth area
The Toby Carvery in Horsforth naturally has a strong food theme and consider themselves experts when it comes to Roast Dinners with a freshly cooked carvery being served every day.
In line with its heritage, the Bridge has really retained the feel of a traditional pub with a warm and friendly welcome and great range of high quality range of beers which have earned them both Cask Marque and LocAle accreditation.
Befitting of a listed building, the Fox & Hounds have a number of real ales available and are both LocAle and Cask Marque accredited. The three beers regularly on sale are Kirkstall Three Swords, Leeds Pale and Tetley bitter all of which are obviously local.
The Old Ball is a large open plan pub that tends to attract students from the local Trinity University and is therefore has quite a different atmosphere to some of the other pubs in the area. There are a good range of beers on offer and the Old Ball is LocAle and Cask Marque Accredited
If you are looking for an authentic Yorkshire pub experience then you can’t go wrong with the Queens Arms on Long Row. This 18th century pub is one of the oldest in Horsforth and has maintained a real sense of history making it a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike with a warm and friendly welcome.
Like the Old Kings Arms across the road, The Black Bull is a more traditional pub with a strong emphasis on typical pub entertainment including live sports for which there are a number of screens and it is also one of relatively few pubs on Town Street which has pool tables.
The Old Kings Arms is the second to last pub on Town Street situated just across from the Black Bull and next to the village museum. If you are a fan of the more traditional style pub then the Old Kings Arms may be the right place for you as it so far seems to have avoided the modern makeover that has come to other pubs in the area.
The Town Street Tavern is midway down Horsforth Town Street and offers something a little different from the other pubs close by with its strong emphasis on real ales with up to eight real ales available at any time.
Mavericks has a strong 80s feel both in terms of the décor and the type of music played with 80s classics pumping out every night and you can never go wrong with music from this era!
Bar 166 has a funky interior made up of a mixture of different seating types including high tables, sofas and stools with plenty of little niche areas.
The Brownlee Arms is one of the newest additions to the pubs in Horsforth having taken over a few years ago from the Grey King. Serves real ale, cocktails etc and has a large restaurant area.