Leeds recommends: Best place for vegetarian food



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Where and why is the best place for vegetarian food in Leeds? The #leedsrecommends community tells Andrew Hutchinson.

Responses via Twitter include:

Carrie Beth ‏@carriebeth. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Some of my faves are @Bundobust, Little Tokyo, the Cheerful Chili! so many great places in Leeds for vegetarians!

David Goldstone ‏@DavidGoldstone1. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Best ever is @mangowetherby It’s stunning!

Esme ‏@esmejbrooke. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews Prashad in Drighlington

James Cowell ‏@JamsCowbell. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews The best veggie food I’ve had in Leeds was at Hansa’s @HansasLeeds

Sue Stocks ‏@SPStocks. @AndyHutchYPN @LeedsNews #leedsrecommends Corner Cafe, Burley Road. Not exclusively veggie, but comprehensive options on menu. Top notch.

Tender Essence ‏@tender_essence. @LeedsNews @AndyHutchYPN The Pomegranate Cafe, Great George St, Leeds is a great hidden gem. All healthy & cosy.

Responses via facebook include:

Michael Canny. Bundobust?

Tayyîba CraziHead. Shmur’ox Island Grill Leeds because they post the most wanted food on facebook and their food is delicious.

Matthew Wharton. Roots and Fruits, Bundabust, Hansas, Global Tribe Cafe.

Jude Cox. Roots and fruits. On a side note, Bon bons has a great selection of vegan chocolates!

Date: 17th May 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
A handwritten blessing for a Yorkshire church sent by Pope Pius X in 1908 has been uncovered in an attic after being lost for 60 years and has been presented back to the parish priest at St Austin's Church, Wentworth Terrace, Wakefield. Pictured (left to right) Norman Hazell, President of the Catholic Young Mens Society, and Michael Timlin, Secretary of the Catholic Young Mens Society with Monsignor David Smith, holding the discovered letter.

Saint’s blessing from 1908 found in Wakefield loft