The Ivy Victoria Quarter Leeds opens bookings for May - serving classics, cocktails and seasonal spring dishes
The Ivy has announced it will reopen its Leeds bar and restaurant on May 17.
Bookings for the venue's swanky restaurant, located in the Victoria Quarter shopping centre, are now available online.
The elegant eatery is popular for its modern British cuisine and classic dishes, including seasonal specials and its range of cocktails.
The restaurant said it will be bringing back all 'The Ivy classics', such as the crispy duck salad, shepherd's pie and the famous chocolate bombe.
Under the Government's road map out of lockdown, restaurants and bars can reopen indoor seating areas from May 17, subject to review.
Up to six people from different households, or two households, will be able to meet indoors to drink or dine.
Where is The Ivy?
The Ivy is located in the historic, listed Victoria Quarter on Vicar Lane. It is set over two floors and features approximately 240 covers.
What does The Ivy offer?
The restaurant offers Leeds’ residents, businesses, shoppers and visitors a selection of varied menus, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, light snacks and dinner, as well as a host of specially-crafted cocktails.
What's on The Ivy's menu?
There are several menus at The Ivy, including brunch, weekend and afternoon tea menus, so there should be something for everyone. The main menu offersa range of juicy steaks, seafood dishes such as grilled lobster and baked seabass as well as burgers, salads and a whole raft of sides and starters.