On 23-1-2009 msk1212 said :
"well where do i start, the lord darcy and public house ive frequented over the years and enjoyed many happy drinking sessions their.its a friendly pub for sure and kids welcomed for sunday lunch.
the decor has taken a battering over the years and itsrealy starting yto look shabby and rather tired and dull. its still a good pub but not as nice it once was .
we regulary used to go for sunday lunch for the carvey but have found a number of strange things:
1)the plates are now smaller meaing a lesser portion and thses plates are for children not adults.. but theyseem to get away with it.
2) prices have increased for a lesser portion,urm no value their .
3)does the chef not know how to make YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS..they r ajoke. flat and soggy.. no doubt frozen and dumped in the oven
4) the carvey food and meatseemsto stood their forever..the beef last time was so dry and over cooked. my wife also said the turkey was dry and over cooked. themash potatoe isa mixture of smash and potato.
its really a great shame that the lord darcy has gone from being gourmet food to processed throw in the oven frozen food. the only fresh about the place is the exit !
please please bring back the good food and the good punters will return. sadly we are staying away and have found a better pub for sunday lunches now.
its sad sad shame as the lord darcy used to be renound for good food.
landlord please take note.
On 14-8-2006 wildwillie said :
"Comfortable pub on northern outskirts of Leeds formerly known as the Jester"
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