Nestled in the heart of one of Leeds’ most exclusive suburbs, The Deer Park is a stylish pub, bar, and restaurant, that will allow you to dine, relax, and socialise in the ultimate style and comfort.
The Deer Park offers a delicious menu of seasonal dishes incorporating a wide range of light bites, classic dishes, sharing platters, and children’s meals that have been designed to meet all of your dietary requirements.
From portobello mushrooms and scallops of the day, through to our homemade British beef burger, and beer battered fish and chips, our intriguing menu features a wide range of modern British dishes, interwoven with Mediterranean influences.
With its stylish modern interiors, spacious dining areas, and extensive menu of delicious dishes, this is the perfect place to relax, indulge, and socialise, whatever the occasion.
We also have an extensive outdoor dining area and beer garden that’s delightful in the summer months.
Other amenities available at The Deer Park include free off-road car parking, baby changing facilities, and wheelchair access.
A stone’s throw from the centre of Leeds, the Deer Park is conveniently located and easily accessible on foot, by road, or via public transport. If you’re travelling by road, follow the A58 to Wetherby Road, turning off at Oakwood. Alternatively, you can take the A6120 Leeds Ring Road.
If you’re arriving on public transport, we’re located 2 miles from Leeds train station. From the city centre, you can take the number 2 or 12 busses from Vicar Lane or New Briggate.
The Deer Park is located in the exclusive suburb of Roundhay, Leeds.
In the surrounding area, you’ll find plenty of sights and attractions. Located right on the doorstep of The Deer Park, Roundhay Park is one of the biggest city parks in Europe – boasting over 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland, and gardens.
Also close by is Tropical World, a tropical island adventure that is sure to delight all of the family. With exotic butterflies and birds roaming free around the indoor rainforest environment, Meerkats nestled amongst the Cacti in the desert zone, and all sorts of surprising animals hidden away in the nocturnal zone, there’s plenty to enjoy and explore. And, once you’ve finished getting up close and personal with nature, why not call into The Deer Park to refresh and refuel.
Other attractions in the area include the Royal Armouries Museum, the Leeds Liverpool Canal, Golden Acre Park, and the Leeds Corn Exchange. And, with the city boasting some of the best shopping facilities in the north of England, it’s safe to say you’ll be able to shop ‘til you drop.