Category Restaurants

Shears Yard, Leeds

The Shears Yard building has always confused me. I originally thought it was a marketing company (maybe they used to be in the same building), then a bar (with a swanky beer garden out front) until realising it was a restaurant, but still not sure what kind of vibe they were going for. It had […]

Humpit, Leeds

We’re trying to eat less meet this year. It being January, we’re also trying not to spend money. Humpit ticked both of these boxes so we decided to check it out for lunch today. With a prime position in the Corn Exchange, Humpit offers up a simple menu of hummus, pitta breads and falafel. There […]

Fazenda, Leeds

Sitting on a flight back from Krakow (second visit in a year), on my birthday, after Alison surprised me this morning that she’d booked a table at Fazenda for when we get home, I can’t wait for an evening of steak and gluttony. I’ve been a few times, and been impressed on every visit. I’ve […]

Ox Club, Leeds

Some of Leeds best boozers and venues have sprung out of nowhere. Headrow House was one of them. Surely you can’t fit a four storey restaurant slash bar slash roof terrace on Headrow anywhere? Apparently you can, and its super! I know it’s been around for ages now, and while I’ve had drinks there more […]

Dishoom, Covent Garden

Dishoom opened up in Kings Cross when I was living in London a few years ago. Since then, it seems to have ballooned in popularity, opening up branches across the capital and even expanding in to Edinburgh. It’s been sat on my list of restaurants to visit for a while. I managed to check out […]

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 […]