Top 7 Restaurants in Leeds
Located in Headrow House, the Ox Club has a lively but sophisticated atmosphere. They have been featured in both the Good Food Guide 2019 and The Michelin Guide 2019 clearly showing they are worth a visit. Some of their most famous dishes include a classic flat iron steak and a juicy salt aged lamb rump!
Additionally, they offer daily specials so each time you can expect something new and exciting. Lastly, a good tip if you want to enjoy this restaurant at a lower price is to go for the Prix Fixe menu that offers 3 courses for £19.50.
Tattu Leeds has gone for very over the top and impressive decorations, including bright cherry blossom petals and trees accompanied by black stone walls, making the space truly impressive and one-of-a-kind.
The food is equally as impressive and the restaurant has gained a lot of popularity since it launched only a year ago.
The restaurant offers both a seasonal menu and a permanent menu including dim sum items, Chinese BBQ and much more.
“No matter what kind of food you’re craving, in Leeds you will find it all”
Some of the best Indian food in all of Leeds. Their home style curry recipes are definitely something worth exploring.
The pork belly vindaloo and tandoori mixed grill are two of their best-known dishes and when accompanied by fresh naan bread it is truly a treat.
The Botanist has a rustic countryside vibe with accents to the theme of botany and gardening in both the setting and presentation of the food!
They are best known for their extraordinary hanging kebabs and also offer a wonderful deli board that allows to assemble a small tasting platter to suit any preferences and tastes.
Both delicious and a fun activity to do as a group! At this Korean BBQ restaurant, the guests can select different types of meat and then cook it at their own table.
Once cooked you can wrap it in lettuce, rice and add traditional Korean side dishes and dips and enjoy your delicious meal!
These Neapolitan pizzas are all made in a wood fired oven and using the best dough and ingredients imported from Italy.
The pizzeria offers a wide range of classic pizzas as well as a special section called “pizzas from around the world” featuring Kuala Lumpur, London and Hong Kong pizza.
Roots and Fruits
This lovely independent vegetarian café shows just how diverse and interesting vegetarian and vegan food can be. Some of their classic dishes include jerk jackfruit and the whole bowl.
They also have a great selection of desserts and a friendly atmosphere.