Spice up your night out in Leeds with our exclusive Yorkshire Evening Post competition - the chance to win a meal for four at the city centre’s award winning new Bengal Brasserie Indian restaurant.
The prize includes a starter and main course, with sundries, for four people at the Merrion Centre venue in Merrion Way. And two lucky readers will each win in our free entry draw.
The new £400,000 city centre venue - latest in the award winning Bengal Brasserie chain - has attracted lots of celebrities since it opened last April.
It played host to an Emmerdale TV soap cast party and Leeds Warrior boxer Josh Warrington not only eats there...they’ve named a Rogan Josh Warrington curry after him.
Bengal Brasserie, the latest addition to Leeds’ flourishing city centre restaurant scene, serves up authentic Bengali and Indian food with a modern slant.
House specialities include freshly prepared murg mohoni, chicken deshi and a range of korai dishes created by acclaimed executive chef Mohon Miah. The restaurant fuses interior design influences of traditional Indian craftsmanship with Yorkshire urban chic.
Just yards from Leeds First Direct Arena, proving popular for pre or post show dining, it seats 110 diners, in the Merrion Centre.
Celebrating 26-years in business, the group’s fifth outlet has sister restaurants in Haddon Road, Kirkstall, Roundhay Road in North Leeds, Goodramgate in York and Victoria Street in Wetherby.
Bengal Brasserie managing director Malik Miah said: “We cater for everyone, vegetarians, vegans, fish and meat lovers. We’ll give our winners a very special night out.”
For a chance to win one of two meals for four enter our free prize draw. Post your full name and contact details, including a day time phone number, to Christine Young, Yorkshire Evening Post, No 1 Leeds, 28 Whitehall Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 1BE. Deadline is Friday, February 9, 2018, at noon.
Transport and drinks not included. Meals to be taken within three months and subject to available dates. Usual Johnston Press terms, conditions and marketing rules apply. Full details visit www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk and www.johnstonpress.co.uk/competition.