Leeds recommends: Best family-friendly restaurant

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Where and why is the best family-friendly restaurant in Leeds? The #leedsrecommends community tells Andrew Hutchinson.

Responses via Twitter include:

Simple Si ‏@whowattswhy. @LeedsNews @AndyHutchYPN Definitely @CasaMiaGroup in Chapel Allerton. Great staff who like kids, but still serve top quality proper food.

Margaret Backhouse. ‏@MargaretPeter @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Franco’s at Thorpe Park LS15. They cater for all ages, food is fantastic and they greet you like long lost friends.

Responses via facebook include:

Kathy Thomas. The Barnbow at Crossgates.

Emma Clarke. Blackhouse.

Philip ‘Captain’ Cooney. Cheeky Nandos.

Sharon Lou Brattley. Dos Amigos.

Katrina Burnell. Brickworks is nice.

Paul Wheatley. McDonald’s.

Helen Turner. Gazi’s Cuisine in Horsforth park is professional, fantastic food and very (good) children friendly.

Dee Dee Dickinson. The Olive Tree.

The #leedsrecommends community has also been having its say on the top gluten free treats to enjoy as part of Coeliac Awareness Week.

Liam Parkinson. I’m not gluten intolerant or anything but the RW Garcia sweet potato crackers are beautiful little snack, and gluten free to boot.

Pauline Rogers. This is great, but I also need it to be glutenfree, dairy free and yeast free... any suggestions anyone!!??

Zille Rabab. Thanks. Will bare that in mind when I’m in Leeds or might just have to take a trip just to taste the gluten free treats xx

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Our behind the scenes look at Leeds‬’ new luxury afternoon tea venue has also captured the imagination of the #leedsrecommends community.

Clive Williamson. Will have to be good to beat Betty’s.

Jeanne Butler. It looks a good place to visit.

Aly Peacock. Went and got a free cake. Looks like it will be lovely.

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