Responses via Facebook include: Tim Forster. The stall in Leeds Market, Haftsins on Burley Road.
Responses via Facebook include: Tim Forster. The stall in Leeds Market, Haftsins on Burley Road. Umair Meer. Caravanserai down the side of the Corn Exchange (owned by the same guy who runs Cafe Moor in the market) and Oronaise opposite Hyde Park.
Al MacFadyen. Cafe Moor and Caravanserai. Great food, lovely people who love what they’re doing.
Ann Armstong. Ephesus in Rodley and Cafe Moor stall in Kirkgate market.
Peter Boocock. Marcos Mintcafe, North Lane, Headingley do a splendid spread of Lebanese food.
Mic Tyler. Can’t wait to try the new Palestinian Street Trader near WH Smiths this weekend!
Chris Breeze. Darvish Traditional Persian Tea House and Restaurant on Roundhay Road.
Daniel Randerson. Cafe Moor, Leeds market.
Terry Hartley. M’deena in Otley.
Laura Gatenby. Safran Persian restaurant is gorgeous!
John Staveley. Fairuz is very good.
Bri Stoker. And the staff wear fezzes at Kirkgate. Used to be Royal Oak.
Jane Cunningham. Haftsins or Oranaise in Hyde Park.
Andy Saunders. M’deena in Otley.
Simon Beasley. Haftsins all the way.
Linda Casper. Olive Branch in Roundhay or Alwoodley.
Sam Cam. Darvish on Roundhay Road is lovely.
John Wynne. Give me a roast and Yorkshire pudding and good old fish and chips.
Baz Beaumont. Not for me - I’ll stick with bangers n’ mash, steak and chips and the like.
Steve Humphrey. On the bench in Golden Acre Park.
James Smith. Kada’s on Crown Street. Really good wraps.
Next week we’ll be asking you where is the best place in the Leeds area to go for a pint of real ale or craft beer?
After the Elland Brewery near Halifax scooped a silver in the CAMRA awards at the National Winter Ales Festival, we’re celebrating the best brews in Yorkshire.
Leeds and the surrounding area has a great traditional of brewing and celebrating its ales, while its pubs are renowned for their ambience.
Let us know which venues serve the best pints and have the best atmosphere.
Suggest your favourite bars or pubs on Twitter using the hashtag #leedsrecommends or visit the Yorkshire Evening Post Facebook page to leave your comments.
We’ll use the best ones in the paper.