Whether you’re catching up with friends, dining out with family, or looking for somewhere special to celebrate date night, there are plenty of bars, cafes, pubs and restaurants ready to serve up the best time in Leeds.
As a city that has a reputation for having one of the UK’s best food scenes, Leeds is packed with diverse and dynamic dining. Whether you’re a local foodie, casual diner, visiting the area, or looking for a memorable meal, Leeds’ restaurant scene has something for everyone.
Eat Leeds Restaurant Week
Taking place twice a year in February and August, Eat Leeds Restaurant Week gives you the chance to tuck into something new or return to an old favourite, at a selection of tasty price points. With participating restaurants putting on exclusive mouth-watering menus for one week only, it’s not to be missed.
Global Dining in Leeds
From Michelin-starred dining to street food stalls, Leeds restaurants cater to all tastes and budgets. Try the flavours of Europe at Iberica and Gino D’Acampo Leeds, savour authentic Asian cuisine at Tharavadu and Mans Market, travel to the streets of New York with Manahatta, and experience a world of flavours that will transport you to different corners of the world.
Something for Every Occasion in Leeds
Whether you’re planning a romantic date night at Tattu, a family celebration at Kino, a business lunch at Malmaison Leeds, or a casual catch-up with friends at Flight Club, Leeds’ diverse restaurant scene ensures that you can find the perfect spot for every occasion. From intimate dinners to bustling eateries, you’ll be spoilt for choice in Leeds.
Rooftop Dining in Leeds
When the sun is shining, there’s no better place to take it all in than from some of Leeds’ best rooftop bars and restaurants. Take in the views of Leeds city centre from Angelica and Fourth Floor Brasserie, catch the last of the evening sun from Issho’s heated terrace, or find a spot on Ambiente Tapas’ balcony overlooking the historic Leeds to Liverpool canal.
Sunday Roasts in Leeds
There’s something truly special about a traditional Sunday roast, and in Leeds, we take this tradition to a whole new level. Leeds is a treasure trove of cosy pubs and stylish restaurants, each offering their unique take on the perfect Sunday roast. Fill up on Yorkshire puds, roasties, gravy and more at Three’s a Crowd, or dine out at Grand Pacific for an Asian twist on a British classic.
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