Category Restaurants

Hansa’s, Leeds

Hansa’s sits at the top end of Leeds City Centre on North Street, next to The Reliance pub. It’s a fairly small, family run restaurant that focusses on food from Gujarat, a western region of India. I’d heard good things about this place in the past, and seen that it had won a few awards, […]

Café Moor, Leeds

Leeds’ Kirgkate Market has some serious treats to offer! While I’m not convinced the new food court is the best use of space, there are some absolute gems dotted around the huge amount of stalls. You can’t miss Café Moor. Not only does it have a sweet spot right in front of the North East […]

The Hip Hop Chip Shop, Manchester

Taking home in a bar called Kosmonaut in October last year, The Hip Hop Chip Shop is the latest addition to Manchester’s Northern Quarter that has got me excited (that I’ve heard of at least). It’s been run as a pop-up for some time now, roaming around in a pimped up truck, and I’d seen […]

Buca Di Pizza, Leeds

With my office in Whitehall Quay and Alison’s old apartment in West Point, I’ve walked past this place hundreds of times but never had the chance to eat here. After a few drinks in the new bars that have popped up in Wellington Place one Friday night, we decided to check it out on the […]

Pizza Fella, Leeds

A bit of a short post for once. I went to Leeds’ newest pizza place at the weekend, Pizza Fella. These guys started off serving wood-fired pizza out of a van in 2014 and have set up a permanent residence in Albion Street at the top of Leeds city centre. I’ll be honest, I’d had […]

Yard and Coop, Manchester

I’ve been to Yard and Coop a couple of times now. The first time I was wrestling with the worst hangover of 2016, the second time I was looking to line my stomach before a friend’s birthday at Funkademia in Manchester. It was successful in helping me through both scenarios. The first, thanks to its […]

Mans Market, Leeds

I’ll be honest, I was confused when I first heard that Man’s Market was coming to Leeds. Where in the basements of West Point, one of Leeds’ largest block of flats, is there space for a restaurant? Apparently this wasn’t obvious to the owners either, who purchased the plot as a concrete room used occasionally […]