Eat Leeds Restaurant Week is back on the menu this month giving food lovers the chance to dine out and sample outstanding offers at more than 100 eateries.
Enjoy two or three courses for the cost of either £10 or £15 at participating venues across the city and a little further afield.
Leeds' buzzing food scene is ever evolving, with something for all tastes, from Italian, Mexican, Thai, Indian, Greek and Japanese to classic British cooking, from brunch to after work nibbles.
Eat Leeds is celebrating all the city serves up serves up by giving diners the opportunity to taste the best on offer at more than 100 restaurants. For full list, special menues and offer details visit www.eatleeds.co.uk.
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR OFFERS: To make a booking download a voucher at www.eatleeds.co.uk and contact the restaurant of choice directly to pre-book a table and quote ‘Eat Leeds Restaurant Week’.
There’s the return of some firm favourites from last year’s Restaurant Week – from Zaap, Aagrah, Iberica, Jamie’s Italian and Hansa’s to The Tetley and Red’s True Barbecue. Some of the city’s newcomers are also lined up to take part, including Cosy Club, Smokin’ Bar and Kitchen and Greek Street’s latest addition, Neighbourhood.
The city’s thriving suburb restaurants are joining in, including Pinche Pinche and Sukhothai in Chapel Allerton, Salvo’s in Headingley and Dill and Bay in Rothwell. Not forgetting some great new additions from Trinity Kitchen too, with the likes of Rola Wala, Let’s Go Mexicana, Tortilla and PizzaLuxe serving up sensational street food in the heart of the city.
New for the second Eat Leeds Restaurant Week are ‘Exclusively Eat Leeds’ fine-dining experiences, with several restaurants, including Crafthouse and Issho, offering a limited-edition menu for £30 a head. Including wine pairings and 6 course tasting menus, it’s set to be one of the event’s highlights.
Over 9,000 diners enjoyed a meal out during the first ever Eat Leeds Restaurant Week in August 2017, launched in association with LeedsBID (Leeds Business Improvement District), uniting the city’s gastronomy scene for the public’s enjoyment.
During the week, over 70per cent of diners took the opportunity to discover a restaurant they had never visited before. Cantina, the city’s first vegan restaurant, celebrated its busiest day on record and even stayed open after hours to cater for happy customers.
Bringing together key restaurants, cafes and bars within the city of Leeds, working together to build upon the already impressive dining offer and standards, Eat Leeds is again funded and run by LeedsBID.
It is among a number of LeedsBID projects and initiatives , including ongoing support for Leeds Indie Food festival and the IFDA (Independent Food and Drink Academy), providing targeted support for this growing sector while also working to help bring businesses and the city centre direct economic benefits.
Andrew Cooper, Chief Executive at LeedsBID said: “Eat Leeds Restaurant Week showcases the city's fantastic food offer from cafes, high street names, independents and premium dining - all of which contribute to the overall experience. We want to encourage people to eat out in Leeds and sample all that is available.”
The IFDA’s Anne-Marie Gallagher said: "The IFDA continues its support of the independents, by helping them to join in with the success of Eat Leeds and ensuring that the celebration of the Leeds outstanding food and drink scene includes some fine independent outlets. Food and drinks businesses, large and small, can take advantage of this opportunity to be showcased as one of the city's best eateries."