Lamb and Flag – Re-opening Brings a New Look and a New Menu

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Lamb and Flag Bounces Back for Spring

by Steve Crabtree – @stevecrab

The Lamb & Flag opens its doors again on April 5th, bringing with it fresh interior design, a revamped beer garden and an exciting new food menu.

Sitting pretty on the edge of Leeds Minster, The Lamb & Flag became an instant favourite with the people of Leeds when it debuted back in summer 2015. Housed in a once crumbling 19th century building, the beautifully restored pub has a quaint, countryside charm that you simply won’t find elsewhere in central Leeds.

And the great news is that the refurb takes nothing away from the charm of the original exposed brickwork and oversized windows. Instead, the interior has been made even cosier with a few subtle modern twists. The restaurant area is even more inviting and outside, the newly decked out beer garden has never looked better. A barbecue area for the sunnier months and improved seating to enjoy your ice-cold pour of choice is included, and the Lamb and Flag have a calendar of events that other Leeds pubs will envy.

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“Carefully curated”

Being part of the Leeds Brewery family of pubs, you can expect only the finest local cask, keg, bottle and seasonal cask brews. Whether you go for the iconic Leeds Pale, the bold Monsoon or the luxurious Hellfire, you’ll struggle to find a better pint in Yorkshire. The Lamb & Flag also stocks a carefully curated selection of premium liquors from around the globe. You’ll be able to choose from 20 gins too.

The new food menu has remained true to the pubs Leeds roots. It’s peppered with British classics from both land and sea, with a unique Yorkshire spin. Highlights include the Leeds Best Battered Haddock and Rainbow Trout Niçoise Salad. The Pan Fried Sea Bass with wilted greens and lemon caper butter is one to look out for too.

Traditionalist’s will love the Yorkshire Ploughman’s, which is served with a site baked pork pie. And the Yorkshire Dales Steak Burgers served with beer battered onion rings are well worth the extra calories.

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“Post work barbecue”

From May, The Lamb and Flag will be hosting barbecues each Friday throughout summer. It’ll be the best place to kickstart the weekend with a post-work tipple and bite to eat. Fizz Friday’s are another reason why you won’t want to be anywhere else when the working week is over. Grab yourself a glass of Prosecco for just £3.50 or a bottle for £19.95.

The new events calendar also features Vegan Mondays. Here you’ll find an excellent choice of meat and dairy free foodie treats that don’t break the bank. Gin Club runs between 16:00 – 20:00 Monday and Friday, and serves up singles for £4.50 and doubles for just £6.00.

Thursday is Steak Night. You and your partner in crime can grab two steaks and a bottle of wine for just £35. And don’t forget the Sunday roast, served up between 12:00pm and 7:00pm to cap the weekend off in style.

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