It’s Burns Night on Sunday, so we’ve chosen five of the city’s best events and treats.
Loch Fyne, City Square
The swanky fish restaurant is going all out with haggis, neeps and tatties on the menu.
MEATliquor, Trinity Leeds
The relatively new restaurant is marking the occasion with two new dishes – deep fried haggis balls and ‘Christ-on-a-Bike’ wings, which come with 50% off on January 25.
City Café at the DoubleTree, Granary Wharf
The waterside eatery will serve a Scottish-themed three-course celebration menu, paired perfectly with a selection of malt whiskies.
Riley Smith Hall, University of Leeds
If you venture a bit further out, you can dance the night away with a ceilidh and whiskey tasting at 7pm on Sunday.
Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane
A similar dinner-dance evening will be held at Holy Trinity Church tonight from 7pm, in aid of homeless charity St George’s Crypt.