This review is probably going to be very short. The Living Room has a lot to offer in the way of space and different rooms and different floors and a piano and such, but the beer selection is pretty meh and otherwise it doesn’t have much for the likes of us. Oh, except it’s got an above-average whisky selection which makes Rich happy, and he said it was the best-served Guinness he’d had in some time.
There are no casks to be found here, but a few kegs serving your ordinary Amstel/Moretti/Heineken drivel and a bottle selection of Beck’s, Peroni, Viru, Heineken and Corona. Other slightly more interesting options are on the standard Living Room menu, including 10 Saints, Modelo Especial and Meantime, so they might be available at other locations but we saw no trace of those in Leeds.
They do have live music 4-5 nights a week, but I doubt we will ever brave the uninteresting atmosphere and mediocre beer selection to hear any of it. We came here for the Quest, and that is all.
Tags: coffee, food, live music