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Harvester - White Rose

Wide Lane, Morley, LS27 8PL

((()* British
Average
Main course: £7
Food spend: £15
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 23:00
Saturday to Sunday: 08:00 - 23:00.

Marnie is wonderful! So friendly and fun with her terms of endearment "sweet pea!". Salad bar is a complete winner and love the choice of sweet potato fries.

Alison Crookes 09 September 2016
from Mirfield

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With grand style and a conservatory-style dining area as part of the interior, Harvester White Rose offers diners a fantastic space to enjoy a selection of whole home-style recipes. Everything is made fresh, with a range of sweet treats to finish with, and a comprehensive range of beer, wine and spirits served at the bar.

From its succulent grill selection to the celebrated unlimited salad bar, the Harvester menu is packed full of wholesome flavours for the whole family. Rotisserie chicken cooked in a secret blend of spices is available alongside tender smoked ribs marinated in signature BBQ sauce, while smaller tapas-style dishes are perfect for sharing, with options like spicy crackerjack prawns, and grilled chorizo with padron peppers. There are generous combo platters, juicy steaks, well-stacked burgers, and a great salad selection with premium additions.

All kinds of sweet treats are served on the dessert menu at this Harvester in Leeds. The sundae selection loads real dairy ice cream with toppings like warm chocolate fudge brownie, raspberries and honeycomb pieces, while classic British options like Bramley apple pie sit alongside international twists like key lime pie. From the bar, there are world beers, spirits, and speciality soft drinks for the kids.

Popular with families thanks to its kids' menus and relaxed ambience, Harvester White Rose is 6 minutes' walk from Morley Rail Station.

Harvester - White Rose

Wide Lane, Morley, LS27 8PL

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Customer reviews for Harvester - White Rose

3.4 ((()* (based on 5 reviews)
60% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • business (2)
  • child friendly (2)
  • lunch (2)
  • value (2)
  • dinner (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • (((** 2 May 2017 by Bev Craven from Leeds

    The meal was nice, the service was good.

  • (((** 27 September 2016 by Peter Prole from Morley

    We were promptly shown to our table and given menus, the drink orders were soon taken and quickly arrived. The salad bar is always a favourite, especially with our Grandchildren (10 & 7) and, although the salad was fine, several of the dishes were dirty (hot so recently washed) and not enough plates for bread rolls.
    The main courses were ordered and arrived at just the right time, the children's omelette (larger one ordered) was minute - not what our 10 year old Grandson had been served at his last visit when same thing ordered.
    Adult main courses were chicken stack with chicken skewers, the skewers were hot and delicious but the rest of the meal was not hot enough, particularly the chips (Sarah did offer to reheat but we were already part way through).
    The desserts were very good.
    All in all a pleasant enough experience but a little more attention could have been so much better.
    Pretty good value.
    We were well looked after by Sarah throughout.

  • ((((( 9 September 2016 by Alison Crookes from Mirfield

    Marnie is wonderful! So friendly and fun with her terms of endearment "sweet pea!". Salad bar is a complete winner and love the choice of sweet potato fries.

  • ((((( 12 August 2016 by Andrew from Leeds

    Had a lovely night out Tuesday 9th. It was noisy, but friendly staff and good service

  • (**** 4 May 2016 by Andrew Allen from Leeds

    the restaurant was cold. Alot of the ladies were keeping jackets/ coats on, the chef does not understand well done, medium well done medium , medium rare. The mixed grill sausage not fully cooked, gammon not fully cooked and steak over cooked and so was the chicken breast and my rib-eye went from rare to burnt, Now that is one hell of a feat of amateur cooking. Service which is usually good there seemed dismissive rather than attentive
    The latte was fine full stop and considering it is a restaurant with boil in the bag ping food it is a poor state of affairs

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