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« on: December 15, 2004, 23:04:27 »
Wharfe View Cafe

Otley (5-6miles north of Leeds)
Situated on the banks of the River Wharfe, this is a simple 'back to basics' cafe.
Ample portions, good food & cheap.
Last time I was there (September) Steak Pie, Peas, Chips, pint of Tea, Treacle Sponge Pudding cost me £2.60

They bake on site, the Pies aren't the usual fare that comes in tin-foil, but baked in a 2foot square tin & cut out in big chunks.

01943 461262
Corner of Bridge Street & Mill Lane
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On a wet mid-week day, you'll struggle to find a seat inside. On a sunny  weekend you'll be hard pressed to find a seat outside.

Edit; Thursday 2nd March 2006
Closed for renovation/redecoration at the beginning of February, with a view to being open toward the end of the month.
I haven't had the opportunity to revisit since the re-opening.
As soon as possible, I will & comment on food/prices & decor
(might be Wed 8th - Fri 10th??)

Edit @ Monday 20th March 2006
I made my way to Otley this morning with the specific cause of visiting this establishment.
Redecorated & new windows
Food still good value, hot & piles of it =D>
Meat & Potatoe pie, Chips, Peas & pint-mug of tea all for £2.70

Listened to one man saying he'd been going in there for over 30years, so it must be good to have stayed in business so long!
Even with differing owners through the years, it'd still need to provide good food to survive
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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2004, 23:18:08 »
Back O' Th' Hill Farm, otherwise known as 'Buffers'
Storiths Lane
Storiths (Bolton Abbey)

01753 710708

An excellent little cafe, complete with the added attraction of a  large model railway upstairs & plenty of Hornby, Lima & Fleischmann bits for sale.
You will quite possibly find a variety of live-stock in the adjoining stables; Piglets, Lambs, Puppies, Calfs, etc...  
Plus excellent views from the car-park

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BEWARE!!!
If approaching this from the south-east on the A59 down Beamsley Bank, this road is a fast 3-laner.
You are advised to pass Storiths Lane & turn back on yourself at the bottom roundabout, as opposing traffic coming up the hill will use the centre-lane & traffic following you may think you are overtaking when you are actually attempting to turn right.
Narrow approach road
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« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2004, 23:26:01 »
Annies
Leeds Road
Outwood
Wakefield

A first-class Fish & Chip shop.
I was first introduced to this shop over 30 years ago. I remember even 25 years ago all she sold was Fish, Fish-Cakes & Chips - people queued outside before she opened.
Now Annie has diversified; she also sells Mushy Peas & Curry Sauce. People still queue, and that's with 4 others within easy reach.
Quality speaks for itself.  
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Situated on the A61 between Wakefield & Leeds, about 2miles north of Wakefield. Well worth a diversion of the M1 (junction 41)
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« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2004, 23:35:10 »
Wetherby Whaler
Market Place
Wetherby
01937 582968
A rather nice fish & Chip shop (& restaurant) in this very nice little (plenty of old coaching inns) market town on the River Wharfe.
Buy your dinner and wander down to sit by the 16th century roadbridge on the riverside park.
If you're feeling up to it, buy a 'Whaler' & Chips

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« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2004, 23:42:32 »
Old Dehli (aka 'Corner Cafe')
104 Burley Road
Leeds
LS3 1JP

A wonderfully obscure Indian restaurant with no licence. However they have an 'arrangement' with the pub next door (Queens Head) for drinks to be taken in to accompany food, or take your own.
Cheap & good food.

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« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2004, 23:32:09 »
Teppanyaki
Belgrave Hall
Belgrave Street
Leeds
LS2 8DD
0113 2453345

A truely spectacular dining experience. The food (bar the rice) is prepared on a large hot-plate at your table by a Chef.
It's all flashing Knives & flames.
A venue for a special evening out

Your Sushi is prepared as you watch as well

The only downside is sharing your table with total strangers (4-6 to a table/hot-plate/Chef)
Oh, and the bills are high. We went in late 2003 & paid around £100.00 for dinner for 2 :shock:  (including Sake & wine for Joanne)

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« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2004, 21:39:21 »
Been to the top two, both nice cafe's  :D
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« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2004, 23:19:13 »
Redbeck (Motel & Truckstop)
Doncaster Road
Crofton
Wakefield
WF4 1RR
01924 862730

OS 110/365 188

A constantly open haunt of truck drivers, sales reps, shift workers & night clubbers.
Not the most imaginative menu, but quite substantial meals at a reasonable price.
Tidied up in recent years from its dingy past.


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« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2004, 23:54:34 »
The Boat
Boat Lane
Allerton Bywater
Castleford
WF10 2BX
01977 667788

OS 105/418 273

Reknown in the area for its huge platefuls.
The Steaks & Mixed Grills are something to behold.
It being at one time, as the name suggests, the ferry-boat house to reach Methley at the other side of the River Aire.
For Rugby fans it might be a place to visit as the land-lord was (so I'm told) a Castleford, & Subsequently, an England player.
There are displays of his memorabilia in the eating areas & bar. His name being Brian Lockwood

Guest beers appear & I believe they were starting to brew their own at the time of our last visit.
Oh, & it's allegedly haunted



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« Reply #9 on: May 18, 2005, 23:38:44 »
Bibis
Criterion Place
Sovereign Street
Leeds
LS1 4AG
0113 2430905


A wonderful restaraunt in the centre of Leeds. Mostly Italian food, but with some variety.
We've just come back (about 45minutes before writing this) & it was excellent.
Very 'Art-Deco' influenced in its interior design, but no worse for it.
Admittedly not the cheapest meals, we paid £150 for 4 of us, but we didn't scrimp on the chosen items.

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« Reply #10 on: April 21, 2006, 13:05:17 »
Shoulder of Mutton
Briestfield Road
Briestfield
Dewsbury
West Yorkshire
WF12 0PA
Tel: 01924 848297


A typical country pub, with stuffed animals & various hunting prints, there is a wonderful selection of old photographs of the surrounding areas.

It is owned by a Portugese couple & they do a wicked Chicken Piri-Piri

The food on the menu is worth the visit, a bit out of the way to find though.

Sorry, can't comment on which brewery that supply them, I' m tee-total
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« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2006, 01:53:41 »
The Six Chimneys on Kirkgate in Wakey, is canny for cheap and cheerful meals.......I used to work there when it 1st opened.

We also used to go to what used to be the Ferry Boat in Altofts,(don't know what it changed it's name to, been back in Middlesbrough too long lol) used to walk down from the nurses residences, calling in at the British Oak along the way..........

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« Reply #12 on: July 25, 2006, 23:48:46 »
Quote from: "rach_and_james"
We also used to go to what used to be the Ferry Boat in Altofts,(don't know what it changed it's name to, been back in Middlesbrough too long lol) used to walk down from the nurses residences, calling in at the British Oak along the way..........


Tom Pudding is/was the restaraunt by the Marina
There's the Ship Inn next door
The Graziers at the bottom of Stanley Hill
British Oak at the top on the corner

I pass them every day, when I go to work, or do the School-Run :roll:

Stanley Hall(nurses home)
Can I take it you trained/worked at Pinderfields then??
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« Reply #13 on: July 26, 2006, 07:39:52 »
Aww bringing back memories..... yes I lived there and yes I trained at Pinderfields, but did the first 18months at Pontefract, Moved back to Middlesbrough in 2001.

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« Reply #14 on: July 26, 2006, 17:20:01 »
I've just had a look through the rest of your photo's on that site and the Black Swan was also a good cheap and cheerful pub for food,

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« Reply #15 on: July 26, 2006, 23:21:38 »
Quote from: "rach_and_james"
Aww bringing back memories..... yes I lived there and yes I trained at Pinderfields, but did the first 18months at Pontefract, Moved back to Middlesbrough in 2001.


I've worked at Pinderfields since 1997
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« Reply #16 on: July 27, 2006, 00:32:33 »
I moved down to Wakefield in 1997 lol

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« Reply #17 on: August 20, 2006, 11:29:13 »
Roti
North BaileyGate
Pontefract
WF8 1ES
01977 708913

A great little Tandoori restaraunt set in a former bike-shop/small supermarket (ex-ASDA) at the back of (the remains) of Pontefract Castle.

We've been several times in the past & always found it agreeable.

In fact the wife is going again tonight with friends

Edit 21st August
She reports back that it's apparantly closed down now & the site is up for sale/redevelopment.
Shame really :cry:
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« Reply #18 on: August 20, 2006, 11:35:48 »
'Truffles'
High Street
Kippax
Leeds
(between Leeds & Castleford, off the A63)
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A 'Yorkshire Life' magazine award winner

A very nice little 20-30 seat?) restaraunt, with some very nice specials.

We haven't been for about 4months, it's time we went back
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« Reply #19 on: September 15, 2006, 21:09:55 »
Maureens (
(Caribbean restaraunt/take-away)
Roundhay Road
Harehills (-ish) area
Leeds



review to follow shortly, going one evening next week :wink:
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« Reply #20 on: September 17, 2006, 19:09:05 »
:o By `eck Bush Tucker Man, you must never eat at home judging from all the posts you`ve put up for food. Good on yer, Check the Lancs one when you get a minute.

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« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2006, 21:39:00 »
Maureens
Caribbean Restaurant/Take-away
105 Roundhay Road
Leeds
LS8 5AJ
0113 2406006

Open; 09:00 - 21:00

Not a posh place by any means, with a boarded upshop nect door.
It's perhaps not the most obvious place to eat, but with such delicacies as;
Curried Goat
Jerked Chicken
SaltFish
Rice & Pea (Kidney Beans)
Ackee
Sweet Potatoes
Plantains

For myself, I had Plantains, Curried Goat, Rice & Peas, 2 Dumplings (more like a salted dougnut, without the jam filling)

We'll definately go back again at some point

Four of us went, & with drinks paid £22.00
(No alcohol served)
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« Reply #22 on: March 25, 2007, 22:46:35 »
The Swan Hotel
Main Street North
(the old Great North Road)
Aberford
West Yorkshire
LS25 3AA
(0113) 2813205


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We visited this wonderfully preserved 'hostelry' on Friday evening.
The squeamish (& the PC brigade) may be put off by the large amounts of stuffed/mounted animals around the interior.

The food comes in h-u-g-e portions if you wish it to (try a 'Billy Bunter', 20 separate items in a Mixed grill!)

Finding a table may be problematic at times, but console yourself by watching the serving staff bringing copious amounts of food from the kitchens'.
Sufficient, even, for an American!!!


Even outside , it's worth a visit, notice the, stables, posting-bell & old sign.




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Aberford itself is a wonderful village, with delightful buildings like the Gothic revival Gascoigne Alms-Houses



Parlington Park (just around the corner) holds the Triumphal Arch & Gothic Deer Shelter
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« Reply #23 on: April 20, 2007, 18:42:14 »
Next time you visit Simmonites (if you can still afford to eat) seek out the Ring O' Bells - it's painted white and situated up a hill, on a road running parallel to the main drag through Thorton.  Great food, impressive portions - never drink and drive so dunno about the beer.

The Grouse at Oakworth - great food, great beer (close enough for the missis to drive).  Also supplier of copious amounts of water when my Rangie boiled on the way home from a playday!


If you like Chinese - The Orient, Keighley next to the bus depot.  Terrific food, nice atmosphere (when you are not the only ones in!)

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« Reply #24 on: May 15, 2007, 13:18:03 »
Aagrah Indian Restaraunts

Various West/North Yorkshire locations;
Denby Dale (between Huddersfield & Wakefield)
Doncaster
Garforth (adjacent to A1/M1 link road)
Leeds (city-centre)
Pudsey
Shipley
Skipton
Tadcaster
Wakefield

Website (includes locations & full menus

Quite possibly the best Indian restaraunt in the county.
Sumptious surroundings, can get very busy.

Booking may be essential on a weekend?
However, we went with a couple of friends to the Garforth branch on Saturday evening (weekend prior to the date of this post) at about 19:30 & could barely get in the door, let alone ask about the possibility of a table.

We then travelled to the branch on the A64 at Copmanthorpe (between Tadcaster & York)
It was busy, but we were seated within 3 minutes of walking in.


The bill?
£67.00 for the four of us, including drinks, starters, mains & side-orders.
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« Reply #25 on: May 15, 2007, 13:27:54 »
Quote from: "Bush Tucker Man"
The Boat
Boat Lane
Allerton Bywater
Castleford
WF10 2BX
01977 667788

OS 105/418 273

Reknown in the area for its huge platefuls.
The Steaks & Mixed Grills are something to behold.
It being at one time, as the name suggests, the ferry-boat house to reach Methley at the other side of the River Aire.
For Rugby fans it might be a place to visit as the land-lord was (so I'm told) a Castleford, & Subsequently, an England player.
There are displays of his memorabilia in the eating areas & bar. His name being Brian Lockwood

Guest beers appear & I believe they were starting to brew their own at the time of our last visit.
Oh, & it's allegedly haunted



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Brian (the old landlord) left a few years back (great pity) a string of managers followed and then unfortunately the Boat shut for a while. It is now back open I am told but have not yet been - used to be a regular of mine when I lived in Allerton.

It was extened IIRC under Brians tenure and can now seat more than double what it could.

They did indeed start up their own micro brewery but I'm not sure what has become of this.
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« Reply #26 on: May 15, 2007, 13:35:56 »
Brett's Fish Restaurant
12-14 North Lane
Headingley
Leeds

0113-232 3344


This truely is a Fish and Chip restaurant, not a cafe, (theres a takeaway round the side too).

This is where the Press, Media and players come for there fish and chips when the test match is on. You need to book a table at at least the previous test match if not earlier to get a table.

One of the best ten Fish and Chip shops in the country according to the Independent, click HERE

Everything is cooked fresh to your order when you eat in, even the chips. they're licensed too.
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« Reply #27 on: May 25, 2007, 10:41:02 »
Charlottes Ice-Cream Parlour

A plethora of flavours wait for you here, complete with take-home packs, wooden farm-machinery for the kids to play on, Calfs, Goats & Rabbits

Sorry, but I can't find a post-code to give a accurate Multi-Map fixing

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« Reply #28 on: September 20, 2007, 21:55:44 »
The Fleece
Greetland Rad,
Barkisland, (Betwixt Ripponden and Greetland)
Nr Halifax

Great pub, great food, great atmosphere and great views from the beer garden.
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« Reply #29 on: September 20, 2007, 21:59:04 »
Akbars Indian Restaurant,
Leeds Road, (Betwixt Barkerend Road and Dick Lane Roundabout)
Bradford.

Eaten there several times, and always find the food and service to be A1)
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