Bankhouse Inn, which is close to Fulneck School, on Bankhouse Lane in Pudsey. The Bankhouse Inn serves a number of local walkers and cyclists and is a firm local favourite, serving great food in wonderful leafy surroundings with fantastic views across Fulneck valley. The Bankhouse Inn has ample car parking and a great pub restaurant menu available all day. The Pub is actually an Eighteenth century pub, making it one of the oldest and best known pubs in the area.
Other great pubs to try out are the Black Bull pub on Manor House Street in Pudsey, the Butchers Arms, Kings Arms and the Golden Lion. There are some modern bars in Pudsey too, such as Barcode.
Pudsey also has a nice collection of restaurants to choose from such as the Stroom, a modern restaurant situated in the heart of Pudsey, offering high quality food in a relaxed and contemporary environment. The unique venue, housed in an eighteenth century building, ensures the Stroom restaurant, on Chapeltown, Pudsey, is full of charm, with a reputation for great modern cuisine, a nice take on French and British food.
Pudsey also hosts and is close to other good restaurants such as the Aagrah Indian restaurant, at the top of Bradford Rd, as well as the Dragon Inn Restaurant and North Sea serving good Chinese food. The Medcafe, on Bradford Rd, serves great freshly prepared Italian cuisine.
Another fine local restaurant is East Lounge Bar and Grill, on Richardshaw Lane in Stanningley, a nice take on Indian and modern English cuisine, and a restaurant that really does dare to be different. East serves top quality food in a fantastic dining ambiance. You can find stylish Bars at east such as the Velvet bar and Terrace Bar, making it a real local night out.
The well awarded head chef spends time developing new dishes, and has been well recognised as winners of many recent Oliver awards. Other local Indians include the famous and well respected Abids restaurant on Stanningley Road in Stanningley and the more traditional Polash Indian restaurant opposite Abids in Stanningley.
A little bit further on in LS28 is the new Deeva Indian restaurant in Farsley on Town Street. Deeva offers contemporary Indian cuisine in a stylish yet historical setting, the restaurant actually used to be the farsley Town hall. The elegant restaurant has a great atmosphere to fit the great food, as well as a Deeva having a contemporary upstairs lounge bar.
As well as all these, there are Arch 114, Tiberio, Tinos, La Diva fine Italian restaurant and Tudor restaurant, there really are some great local restaurants in LS28, negating the need to go into Leeds City Centre to enjoy a great night out.