City Buzz: Our top 5 breakfasts in Leeds

Le Chalet, Park Row.
Le Chalet, Park Row.
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The weekend is here! Why not treat yourself to a nice slap-up breakfast? You deserve it.

Here are five of our favourites:

The Alchemist, Trinity Leeds:

If you need some ‘hair of the dog’ treatment, grab a Bloody Mary brunch cocktail at The Alchemist whilst munching down a steak and hash brown brekkie.

The Pit, city centre/Chapel Allerton/Headingley:

The health-conscious can tuck into The Energiser at The Pit, with sweet potato hash brown, spinach, tomato salsa, avocado and poached eggs.

But we’ll be filling our boots with a hearty Full American with smoked streaky bacon, pork sausage, fried egg, BBQ Pit beans and garlic mushrooms on a giant American pancake.

Served until 1pm.

Red’s True BBQ, city centre/Headingley:

Pulled pork pancakes for breakfast? Why not.

Red’s True BBQ’s version is served with BBQ sauce and cheese.

Served until midday on weekends.

Le Chalet, Park Row:

In the mood for something more sophisticated?

Try Le Chalet on Park Row for croissants, crepes, French toast and omelettes.

Filmore and Union, Victoria Quarter:

If you want to be good, grab a bowl of cinnamon quinoa with roasted winter fruits and warm coconut milk at Filmore and Union at the Victoria Quarter.

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