Leeds diner becomes ‘stylish’ new Banyan site

ON THE UP: Martin Wolstencroft at the Banyan in City Square. PIC: James Hardisty

ON THE UP: Martin Wolstencroft at the Banyan in City Square. PIC: James Hardisty

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A Roundhay restaurant has been spruced up and re-opened as part of a £750,000 investment into two Leeds venues.

Napa in Street Lane closed on October 3 before it was transformed into a Banyan Bar and Kitchen. The venue now includes an indoor and outdoor dining area which can accommodate 200 people between 10am and midnight.

And Kobe in Horsforth, which is also owned by Arc Inspirations, is due to 
become a Banyan site on November 18.

Owner Martin Wolstencroft said: “It was a no brainer to transform our Napa and Kobe sites into the stylish, genuine and beautiful Banyan to give customers a sophisticated setting, no matter the occasion – whether it’s catch ups over cocktails, a leisurely lunch, delicious dinner, or an upbeat evening out with friends.”

A Banyan Bar and Kitchen recently opened up in Leeds’s City Square.

Jamie Sharlotte.

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