Funk & Soul supper club and bottomless brunch launched at The Wardrobe in Leeds

A Funk & Soul supper club and a bottomless brunch have been launched at The Wardrobe in Leeds.

Thursday, 30th July 2020, 5:00 pm
A new bottomless brunch and a Funk & Soul Supper club has been launched at The Wardrobe. Photo: Futuresound Marketing (Futuresound Marketin)

The new weekly club was created by chef Richard Reeves and general manager Ryan North, who used to work for Arc Inspirations.

It takes place every Saturday between 5pm and 10pm and the menu changes each week.

Expect dishes such as pan seared scallops served with a cauliflower puree, chorizo crumb and parsley oil or the wild mushroom wellington served with wilted spinach and crushed new potatoes.

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The salt beef hash, caramelised onions, topped with a fried egg from the bottomless brunch menu. Photo: Futuresound Marketing (Futuresound Marketin)

Desserts include a chocolate marquis with honeycomb chantilly and salted caramel or sauce or something more traditional such as the sticky toffee pudding with caramelised banana.

During this delicious three course meal, guests will be listening to the best funk & soul DJs in Leeds.

Two courses cost £20 and three courses costs £22.50.

The Wardrobe has also launched a new bottomless brunch every Saturday from 11am until 4pm.

A meal from the Funk & Supper club at The Wardrobe. Photo: Futuresound Marketing (Futuresound Marketin)

Choose from all you can drink Prosecco, bloody Marys, Amstel, Orchard Thieves or selected craft beers.

Sweet or savoury taste buds will be satisfied. There are buttermilk pancakes with chicken, cinnamon toast, and a vegan breakfast taco.

You can even order a breakfast pizza for brunch.

The 'Straightener' pizza has chorizo sausage. smoked bacon, spinach and a fried egg on a bloody Mary sauce.

A vegan version is available.

It costs £32.99 per person.

The St Peter's Square venue reopened in early July but is not able to host any music or comedy gigs due to the coronavirus.

The new events have proved very popular and booking is recommended.

You can book on the website

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