There’s always something new to try at Don’t Tell The Duke, with slap up breakfasts, an ever-changing small plate menu, top quality dry aged steaks and showstopping sharing boards.
Check out everything we’ve got on offer this Christmas because you’ve all been good boys and girls. We’ve got a Festive Dukes board featuring our Beef Wellington, potatoes dauphinoise, pigs in blankets and plenty more.
We also have a fabulous Christmas buffet menu for parties of 6 – 100 so don’t miss out!Christmas Menu
Lunch and brunch are just as good, with the classic favourites perfectly executed, including our full english breakfast, and a regularly updated selection of sandwiches and salads. These are washed down with our blended fresh juices and top notch coffee from independant roastery, Maude Coffee, in Leeds.
Brunch is served from 11am – 4.30pm Monday – Saturday and 10am – 12.30pm SundayLunch Menu
Our a la carte menu, consisting of regularly updated, small (but perfectly formed) dishes, explores a variety of cuisines and flavours, celebrating the limitless potential of the modern British menu. You can experience them in tapas style, with waves of dishes that you can share, as part of a traditional three course meal or as sides to our unreal dry aged steaks.
For a big feast we have ‘The Duke’ sharing board with fillet steak, rump, softshell crab and lots of other naughty bits. Served from 12pm.A La Carte Menu
We know they usually come for the chocolate brownie or giant cookie, but we have some awesome dishes just for kids. Including a Vish Sandwich made with battered banana blossom (tastes just like white fish/chicken), or a little rump steak and fries.
We give them some colouring on their menu so you can get the first round of drinks down in peace at least and they have some tasty freshly squeezed juices to choose from as well as the usual pop.Kids Menu
Of course we can’t fail to mention our legendary Lazy Sunday Board, a three meat feast accompanied by all the Sunday roast trimmings; with some unexpected additions including Doreen’s finest black pudding and creamed leeks. You can make it even bigger by adding small plates as sides until this beast of a sharing board is ready to snap.
We have an awesome classic Sunday roast available as well with all the trimmings, but that’s just on a plate, so doesn’t blow up your Instagram the same.Evening Menu
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