Such a nice ambience in a great location. We go here regularly for a catch up. I would highly recommend it.
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I have visited the tiled hall for lunch and coffee on several occasions. I visited last week and had a really delicious lunch - the toasted bagel with mozarella basil and tomato was excellent and service was good as always. In spite of the renovations...More
Ridiculously overpriced. I had the smallest jacket potato. The wine brought was not what was on the menu which we didn't notice until we'd opened and drunk some, when we highlighted it to the staff they apologised and said we should have been told with...More
The Tiled Hall is beautiful and well worth a visit. We lingered admiring the tiles. However, the food that was on offer was boring and calorific. There was not much on offer just bagels. I fancied a glass of wine but all that was on...More
Visiting with my cousin in January. Lovely place to stop in for a bite after visiting the gallery. The hall itself is beautiful. The food is tasty, we opted for wraps and were happy with what we got. Unfortunately they were out of soup when...More
Really wanted to love this place as the building is stunning. But the wraps and bagels were very average and the cake on the dry side. Service wasn't good and very slow, despite a number of bodies- staff didn't know where toilets are- use the...More
A regular stopping off lace to meet friends for a coffee or lunch. Hall was originally designed to showcase the range of tiles produced in Leeds in 19th century and makes for an interesting venue. Food is limited to a soup of the day, unusual...More