Opening July 2015.
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
OLDROYD is a neighbourhood restaurant serving a daily-changing European menu built around seasonal British ingredients sourced as locally as possible.
Interesting, well-cooked food and attentive service all evening.
Lovely menu. Perfect portions sizes. Good lunch deal.
Food was incredible and the service was excellent.
Very enjoyable lunch in interesting venue
Draft from the door on a snowy winters day is annoying food amazing everything else is amazing
A gem of a place. Very special.
Excellent night at Oldroyd. Brilliant food, lovely service and delicious wine. Very reasonably priced, too!
Very hospitable staff, really looked after and we stayed long past lunch as we didn’t want to leave!
Visited on Meat Free Monday, absolutely fantastic food, service was great too. Only marked down slightly on value for money because it was a bit more expensive then some other options vs portion size, and as it was recommended to order 4/5 dishes per person. But on the whole i'll definitely visit again in the future, most likely for a special occasion.
Should mention that Veg only on Monday
Fabulous flavoursome food at reasonable prices
One of our very favourite neighbourhood restaurants.
Interesting and enjoyable lunch menu. Thoroughly recommended.
Food was not as good this time as the first time I visited Oldroyd a couple of years ago, when it was outstanding. Lovely produce, but some of the dishes were underseasoned/bland and the chicken liver mousse wasn't set properly. Lovely venue and nice staff.
It was a lively evening! Thanks you so much for having us and for all the tasty food!
We went for an early dinner for 8 people on Saturday. Some dishes were very nice. The Muscadet was good. However when 4 of our group simultaneously realised the Skate was OFF, (it smelt and tasted very strongly of ammonia), and it went back to the kitchen, the reaction was , "the kitchen say they only got it today." There wasn't really any apology. It was suggested then there was a problem with your supplier, to give you the benefit of the doubt, although the chef should off course, recognise a fault before it is served. We asked if the kitchen actually accepted it was bad, and really thought that it is ok to serve that to customers? The answer was yes, they think it's ok. "It smells and tastes strongly of ammonia." "I'm sorry you thought that. We won't charge you for it." Very gracious. No other offer of recompense. I had the the rest of the evening with ammonia taste in my mouth, and as I'd swallowed some, coming up from my stomach too. Really very unpleasant. The waiting staff were sweet, but honestly, if this kind of thing happens, BELIEVE the customers, and try to make it up to them, before charging in full for the rest of the meal. We were all very surprised, and paid the bill, without making a fuss as we didn't want to be critical again, and really labour the point, dampening the atmosphere for our own group, and other diners. We didn't loudly demand money off etc. My friend said to the staff afterwards, that in this situation, it's a good idea to try and make it up to the guests, even if a small way, eg offering a glass of wine. She then agreed perhaps they could have done this, but by that point they needed the table for the next group so we had to move on. Really a shame, as the menu is interesting, and the restaurant well placed, and convenient for the station and theatre.
Really great service and food
Great welcome and food. Sharing plates, good choice of dishes all sound delicious so very difficult to decide what to have. Small intimate restaurant background music and lighting perfect only negative is that due the small venue you are very close to the diners on the next table. Would definitely go again.
Top class act. I came for pre-theatre dinner with my daughter. Quick service, lovely waitress and everything we ordered was delicious. Thank you!
a tiny venue with fabulous food and smiling service.
The food was good, but the table was cramped despite there being plenty of room to seat us at a better table. A heater blowing hot air at us from two feet didn't help. The waiting staff also disappeared after serving the main, and never refilled water glasses. An OK experience, but not stellar.
Everything was great except the cheeseboard, which was a bit disappointing. For £7.50 I would expect 3 cheeses and bigger portions.
We have been several times and it is consistently good .
Lovely meal - sadly we were in a hurry so all a bit rushed, wil plan better next time.
The food was deliciously simple and the atmosphere was intimate but vibrant