Visited here today with a friend. Service very good and food very good as well. Would recommend and will certainly be going back.
After a wander around saltaire, this place had some great food and the drinks were welcome. We found ourselves people watching with a wedding on. Highly recommended
Attractive building. Rather too warm inside despite it being an October day in Saltaire. Service ok. Table rather small for 4. This was in the bar area. Menu varied Special of the day was a prawn risotto - quite a small portion. Drinks nice Loos nice Price pretty good for 4 including 2 pints of beer, one glass of wine... More
I have eaten and been for drinks several times. It's always lively on a weekend evening. Breakfast here is pleasant, with a a selection of non traditional items so it is more interesting. Generally I have enjoyed my visits to Don't Tell Titus.
We had booked a table and told the staff we needed to be away for a deadline. They were very co-operative and the service was smooth, efficient and friendly. My partner had a fish pie and I had kedgeree. Judging by the prices we were expecting quite large portions and while the food was OK, the portions were a little... More
Dropped in for a quick snack and drink. Ordered the onion bhajis, chips and dahl and 2 drinks. Was skeptical about ordering the bhajis from a pub snack menu but they turned out to be on par with authentic Asian restaurants we have eaten at. The chips were average but were a bit soggy and unseasoned but were improved after... More
Visited August bank holiday, the place was busy, tehdoor staff and bar staff are always very friendly and welcoming. They serve a wide range of drinks and the decor is really traditional with a modern twist. As it is in the heart of the historic Saltaire, this place is brilliant. I have not rated the food as I have not... More
My friend and I visited Don't Tell Titus today after being intrigued by the name and after having several recommendations. We were extremely hungry and were planning on having a 'right' feast. We had a craving for a traditional breakfast but as we were hungry we wanted more. Even though the food was delicious, the staff (except for the waitress... More
We had intended on eating at the mill, but didn’t really like the menu selection, so popped in to this pub. It was lovely. So pleased we did. The food was really nice and the settings/service was great.
I love the setting of this place, the food could do with a few changes though. The menu is great, a nice contemporary english/mediterranean/asian kind of fusion thing going on. We went for a light dinner- all three of us went for the Piegatas (folded filled flatbreads) which were okay. The flavour combinations are all nice ideas, but the lamb... More
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