Located in the less well-travelled North Western quarter of Leeds, among the boutique stores, law courts and hospital buildings, is one of Leeds’ most underrated drinking establishments. And following its relaunch under the ownership of the Market Town Taverns chain, it has grown into one of the best pubs for food in Leeds. It has earned its reputation on the back of doing simple things well and inexpensively. As an eatery, Veritas offers pretty much the full panoply, from breakfast through to dinner, and with all manner of snacks, sandwiches and bar food to back it up. Most reviews of the food have been positive, and with a very reasonable fixed-price menu (two courses for £10.95 and three courses for £13.95) it won’t hit your wallet too hard. In terms of drinks, it stocks a respectable range of wine in addition to a decent selection of local and cask ales, and continental and world beers.