Whatever tickles your tastebuds, a tenner’ll see you right
Whatever tickles your tastebuds – from classic British cooking to fiery Thai – you can be sure that the Eat Leeds Restaurant Week has you covered.
Taking place over seven days between 19 and 25 February, this is the second time the LeedsBID gang (also behind the magical Leeds Winter Moments at Christmas) will have brought their festival of flavours to Leeds city centre and out into the suburbs. They’ve got over 100 different restaurants lined up to take part, each offering a specially crafted menu, with two or three courses for just £10 or £15 per person.
This is the second time the LeedsBID gang will have brought their festival of flavours to Leeds city centre and out into the suburbs.
Some firm favourites from last year’s Restaurant Week are back – from Aagrah to Zaap, and with Hansa’s, Iberica, Jamie’s Italian and Red’s True Barbecue in between, plus established independents like The Tetley, Fettle, Chino Latino, M'Deena Restaurant, Pavs Dhaba and more. Eat Leeds Restaurant Week also welcomes on board some of the city’s newcomers, 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, and there’s a brand-new category of Exclusively Eat Leeds fine-dining experiences, with delicious offerings from the likes of Crafthouse, Issho and Stockdales for £30 a head.
On Thursday 22 February, a one-off Night Market also pops up, with some of Leeds’ finest streetfood vendors such as Manjit’s Kitchen, Banh & Mee and Fat Annie’s serving special selections between 5pm and 10pm at Leeds Kirkgate Market.
Look out for the stalls, with the slogan Leeds – are you hungry?
Find out more about Eat Leeds Restaurant Week here
Grab your vouchers here