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14 long gone Leeds restaurants we dearly miss

Leeds diners are spoilt for choice when its comes choosing a city restaurant for that special occasion or a romantic meal.

And that's why we feel so heartbroken when one of our favourite eateries suddenly shuts down. Here are Leeds restaurants we truly loved before their untimely closures. HAVE WE MISSED ANY OUT? Email: andrew.hutchinson@jpress.co.uk READ MORE: 13 best kept Leeds secrets even some locals won't know about | 10 fascinating and strange secrets hidden underground in Leeds | 12 things you don’t see in Leeds city centre anymore that you could a decade ago

TV chef James Martins Clarence Dock location was the perfect place to fill your stomach after a peaceful canal walk.

1. The Leeds Kitchen

TV chef James Martins Clarence Dock location was the perfect place to fill your stomach after a peaceful canal walk.
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Macys Headingley site has since been taken over by Reds True BBQ, but back in the day, the humble grill restaurant was the perfect place for a proper meat feast.

2. Macy's Grill

Macys Headingley site has since been taken over by Reds True BBQ, but back in the day, the humble grill restaurant was the perfect place for a proper meat feast.
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A Leeds institution which welcomed diners for 27 years before its sad demise.

3. Brasserie Forty 4, 44 The Calls

A Leeds institution which welcomed diners for 27 years before its sad demise.
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Crisp table linen and fresh flowers give Rascasse the feel of something special. The brainchild of Simon Gueller, the chef who earned the restaurant its enviable name.

4. Rascasse, Water Lane

Crisp table linen and fresh flowers give Rascasse the feel of something special. The brainchild of Simon Gueller, the chef who earned the restaurant its enviable name.
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