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Situated on the outskirts of the city of Leeds, the Red Lion at Shadwell offers visitors a quintessential country pub experience. As the centrepiece of the village of Shadwell’s Main Street, The Red Lion sits at the heart of the community, and boasts a traditional Yorkshire tap room, with local ales and guest beers, alongside a full menu featuring British pub food classics, a regular events schedule and live sports on television.
Lovely pub, excellent food, good service. Lovely pub on Shadwell Main Street easy to find plenty of parking. The staff were excellent. Been going a few years just for drinks food always looked good. Decided to take a friend and we were not disappointed.
Good food and good value for the Friday evening fish, chips & peas, plus glass of wine. Service was good, despite being very busy. It is our local pub, so we try and support it.
Firstly we don't normally respond to to feedback forms but the whole evening last night at the Red Lion was excellent! The food, price, service and especially the fantastic young Jazz band (The big easy) were all top notch. we would also like to say a big thank you to the staff for their hard work and attentive service. Caroline and Alistair
There can be few things more English than a Yorkshire country pub, and the Red Lion at Shadwell is keeping this centuries-old national tradition alive like few others. The Red Lion at Shadwell offers food that’s exactly what one would expect from a Leeds boozer: simple, hearty and honest pub grub, with a menu featuring British favourites and Sunday lunches. As one might expect from a family-run establishment, children are welcome until 9pm, and half-portions are available for senior citizens or light lunches.
Shadwell is now more of a suburb of Leeds than a standalone village, but the community still revolves around the Main Street local as much as ever. The ales available at the Red Lion at Shadwell are as good as one would expect from a county as proud of its beer as Yorkshire. Traditional favourites such as Black Sheep and Timothy Taylor are joined by regularly-rotating guest ales from local breweries, alongside a full wine list and spirit selection. As is befitting of a British village pub, the Red Lion at Shadwell also features a repertoire of events, from pub quizzes and live music and, of course, live sports.