Comfort fodder at Ox Supper Clubs

The Ox Club, Headrow House, Leeds.  4 March 2016.  Picture Bruce Rollinson
The Ox Club, Headrow House, Leeds. 4 March 2016. Picture Bruce Rollinson
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With summer now a hazy and distant memory, al fresco dining and barbecues are being replaced with cosy comfort food and a venue in Leeds is capitalising with the launch of its supper clubs.

The first of four events at The Ox Club, based in The Headrow, has taken place and the next one provides a nice Monday night alternative to tea in front of the telly.

The Fu-Schnikens theme is back for a third time and will welcome back the award winning street food concept and makes use of the more traditional Izakaya menu.

Later this month you can also tuck into the Asador Grill on November 13 and the ultimate Chop Night which finishes off the November sessions.

As seen at OnRoundhay Festival this year, where Ox Club had an eye catching installation and slow cooked food over a fire pit, the Asador Grill supper club will bring a true wood fired barbecue to Leeds for the first time.

The now famous Chop Night finishes the supper clubs on the 20th with a selection of rare breed chops. Wing ribs are a must.

All meat is sourced from the R&J farm in the Yorkshire Dales.

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