Having friends and family scattered across West Yorkshire, Paul and I seem to often spend our weekends commuting near and far to catch up with them. One of our regular journeys takes us through the old market town of Bingley and never before have I noticed The Potting Shed.
An unassuming bar from the outside, stepping inside you are instantly transported (Dr Who style) into a giant garden shed, with wooden features and shelving behind the bar, exposed brickwork and large workbench-esque tables.
Hidden away upstair is their garden terrace, an area that truly brings the outdoors in with panoramic views of the lower worth valley and patio style furniture.
It was on this terrace that Paul & found ourselves last week after we were kindly invited over to try out some of their latest (mouthwatering) menu options.
The Potting Shed opened it’s doors almost 18 months ago and prides itself on serving customers with ‘good, honest food’ and having ‘something for everyone’ on the menu.
When it comes to starters, The Potting Shed, offer a wide range of old favourites including Garlic Bread & Loaded Nachos alongside delights such as their homemade Peri-Peri Chicken Goujons which were cooked perfectly to the point where the chicken just melted in your mouth. Amazing.
Luckily we were able sample mains from both their grill menu which boasts an impressive range of handmade burgers (from your standard Cheese to the ingenious Yorkshire Burger, a beef patty topped with good old fashioned Yorkshire Blue Cheese and locally sourced Bacon, sandwiched between two Yorkshire Puddings) and also their pizza oven. You could tell all was good in the world as silence fell on the terrace as we god stuck in.
Despite feeling full we even managed to try their Baked Oreo Cheesecake which was out of this world it was that good!
In addition to everything else that The Potting Shed has to offer, they also (for a limited time only) have an amazing Hendricks Gin Garden on the Terrace too and I can highly recommend and of the cocktails they have on their, in particular the Chelsea Rose which is served in a traditional English Teapot and in Teacups too!
Appearances can be deceiving as Paul and I both found out at The Potting Shed, we have passed by the bar plenty of times and never stopped in to see what it was like. Now we feel like we have been missing out!
What have been your favourite finds when it comes to dining out? Let me know below and I’ll catch up with you again soon, until then though x
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