Best Restaurants in Leeds

Boy, are we spoilt for choice if you’re looking for the best restaurants in Leeds. But hey, what a nice problem to have. Whether you’re heading out for a casual dinner with friends, grabbing a bite after work, a special date, or a family weekend refuel, we’ve got you covered throughout this Northern food hub.

The top restaurants aren’t all flashy decor and waiters in smock aprons. A few on the list are even perhaps better known for their coffee than their food offering. However, the following mouth-watering lineup will guarantee you original menus, brilliant service, and delectable surroundings.

Our pick of the best restaurants in Leeds features Masterchef finalists in the kitchen, Michelin plates in the guide, and even a star over the door. With a thriving independent scene celebrating local flavours and true Yorkshire spirit, Leeds is definitely a dining destination worth travelling for.

Browse by location: Best Restaurants in Leeds City Centre | Best places to eat in the Leeds Area

Guide written by Yorkshire Food Guide’s Sarah Cotterill

Best restaurants in Leeds city centre

Dakota Grill

Dakota Grill

Leeds British Afternoon Tea Sunday Lunch Cocktails Al fresco dining Hotel

When to go: On a romantic night away

What to have: A whopping great steak

Dakota Bar and Grill within the luxury boutique city centre hotel oozes sex appeal. Hollywood icons gracing the dark walls, velvet furnishings and leather booths perfect for sipping a glass or two of their Billecart Salmon house Champagne. The menu is a grown-up take on the classics, and you won’t want to miss their famous steaks cooked in a flash over hot coals. Chateaubriand for two?

Greek St, Leeds LS1 5RU – 0113 322 6261

LIVIN’Italy

LIVIN’Italy

Leeds Italian Cocktails Afternoon Tea Al fresco dining

When to go: For a family outing or after-work drinks

What to have: The homemade artigianale gelato

Build your own Antipasti platter, or gorge on mini beef sliders dripping in melted fontina cheese. Leave room for a difficult decision between the traditional Stracciatella or the Yogurt Amerena Cherry gelato. The adults among us can enjoy a Milanese Aperitivo hour (basically a free buffet to complement post-work drinks.)

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Granary Wharf, Leeds, LS1 4BR

Ox Club

Ox Club

Leeds International Grill Sunday Lunch

When to go: For the incredible value prix fixe, or on one of their event nights

What to have: The chicken schmaltz

Don’t let the concrete ceilings, sparse foliage, wooden shutters and stickleback chairs deceive you. Ox Club is hands down one of the best restaurants in Leeds. The laid back vibes befit a menu of seasonal ingredients, carefully prepared with real skill. Book in for their popular Chop Night featuring ex-dairy Swaledale beef, or the North Sea bountiful Fish Supper. This young team elevate anything from truffle mac and cheese to a simple Basque cheesecake. And the sides are just as magical.

19a The Headrow, Leeds LS1 6PU – 0113 487 1814



Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Brasserie

Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Brasserie

Leeds British Afternoon Tea Sunday Lunch Cocktails Al fresco dining

When to go: On a clear day for ultimate roof-top views

What to have: Three courses of their seasonally changing menu, dessert is a must

Located in the stunning Victoria Quarter, Harvey Nichols isn’t just about designer handbags. The first of the department store chain to open outside of London, it’s the vantage point for jaw-dropping vistas across Leeds. Quite something alongside a three-course meal and bubbly, all for under £30.00.

With seasonal delicacies to suit everyone’s taste, you must experience their artfully plated desserts, such as dark chocolate and olive oil tart, and blackberry iced parfait with roasted apples, cinnamon and ginger crumble. If you’re an afternoon tea lover, Harvey Nichols is one of the best in Leeds.

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07 – 111 Briggate, Leeds, LS1 6AZ – 0113 204 8000

Indian Tiffin Room

Indian Tiffin Room

Leeds Indian Small Plates

When to go: With a big group of friends

What to have: The arm length dosa pancakes

Sitting under a jingly truck roof dressed with kaleidoscopic flowers and calligraphy, you’ll forget you’re in Leeds’ business district. And at the Indian Tiffin Room’s menu is just as colourful. This is not your average Indian restaurant.



Try the cool crunchy samosa chaat or the puri platter, sprinkled with ruby red pomegranate seeds. Then the street food staple, the dosa of dreams, paper-thin and stuffed with a choice of lentils, chutney, or masala potatoes. Their menu is designed for sharing, so get lot of small plates ordered and tuck in.

1-32 Park Row, Leeds, LS1 5JD – 0113 397 2000

Shears Yard

Shears Yard

Leeds British Fine Dining Sunday Lunch Brunch

Tucked away just off The Calls, in the cooler side of town, Shears Yard is located in a stunning 18-century building that oozes atmosphere and style. With poured concrete floors, exposed brickwork and an array of filament bulbs to set the scene of an enchanting time ahead.

Don’t be fooled by the ‘fine dining’ description, Shears Yard has been a firm favourite in Leeds not just for their food but their welcoming and friendly team, atmospheric and lively restaurant. What’s more, your purse strings will be as happy as your tastebuds with their dishes very reasonably priced. A true Leeds gem.

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Tattu

Tattu

Leeds Chinese Cocktails

When to go: When impressing clients

What to have: The black pepper honey ribs

No, not the Russian duo of millennium chart fame, but the modern Chinese bar and restaurant, which has become a place to be seen amongst the socialites of Leeds. With its stunning pink cherry blossom canopy and inventive cocktail list, it’s worth a visit any time of year. The fusion menu is crafted with precision and true attention to detail. Renowned as one of the best restaurants in Leeds.

Minerva, 29 E Parade, Leeds LS1 5PS – 0113 245 1080



Friends of Ham

Friends of Ham

Leeds Brunch Charcuterie Beer Pairing Wine Pairing

When to go: On a date

What to have: Raclette

What better way to introduce yourself than by opening a bottle of Rioja or Belgian beer, and a plate of pan-fried potatoes covered with melted Ogleshield cheese. We love Friends Of Ham for its fantastic quality meats, cheeses and pintxos to get the conversation flowing. The brunch and weekly dessert specials are also not to be missed.

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Address: 4-8 New Station St, Leeds LS1 5DL – 0113 242 0275

Iberica

Iberica

Leeds Spanish Tapas Charcuterie Wine Bar

When to go: On a girls night out

What to have: Jamón Ibérico of course!

Situated in the opulently restored 19th-century cloth merchants on Leeds’ East Parade, Iberica is a glitzy spot to start a night out. With its dramatic chandeliers, Venetian wallpaper, and photo-worthy bathrooms, Iberica certainly wins the award for the best looking restaurant in Leeds. Luckily, Executive Head Chef Nacho Manzano proves the Spanish menu tastes as good as it looks.

Hepper House, 17a E Parade, Leeds LS1 2BH – 0113 403 7007



HOME

HOME

Leeds British Fine Dining Tasting Menu Sunday Lunch

When to go: For a special occasion

What to have: One of the signature wine flight pairings

Culinary forces Mark Owens and Elizabeth Cottam set up their informal fine dining concept back in 2017, in the city’s oldest surviving three-storey house. Expect frequently changing eight to ten-course tasting menus, which shrewdly pair familiar flavours with surprising textures.

16/17 Kirkgate, Leeds LS1 6BY –  0113 430 0161

San Carlo

San Carlo

Leeds Italian

When to go: For Nonna’s birthday

What to have: Lobster Ravioli

Open seven days a week, this expansive Italian dining destination is the epitome of authentic Italian cooking. With a mix of seasonal Yorkshire produce, and quality ingredients are flown in from the markets of Sicily and Milan, you’ll find an array of seafood, fresh pasta, and trattoria classics. Up in Roundhay, San Carlo Flying Pizza impressive covered outdoor terrace is the place to be when the sun is shining.

San Carlo, Leeds City Centre – 6-7 South Parade, Leeds LS1 5QX – 0113 246 1500
San Carlo Flying Pizza – 60 Street Ln, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2DQ – 0113 266 6501



Sarto

Sarto

Leeds Italian Small Plates

When to go: For a great value pre-theatre meal

What to have: The arancini

The brainchild of the guys behind two of Leeds’ indie giants, Laynes and The Brunswick, Sarto is the Northern answer to London pasta bars Padella and Pastaio. Radiatori, bucatini, fettuccine, Sarto master it all, with a tantalising supply of snacks and spritz to boot.

Munro House, Duke St, Leeds LS9 8AG – 0113 345 2074



Issho

Issho

Leeds Japanese Small Plates Afternoon Tea Cocktails Al fresco dining

When to go: Friday & Saturdays

What to have: Japanese afternoon tea

D&D group have drafted in executive chef Ben Orpwood, behind some of the capital’s top Asian restaurants. Issho promises modern Japanese fare to be shared with a crowd. With its spectacular roof terrace overlooking Kirkgate market, Kori bar boasting the biggest sake collection in Leeds, and immersive Sushi counter, Issho seamlessly takes you from weekend brunch with friends to twilight cocktails with colleagues.

Victoria Gate 3rd Floor Rooftop, George St, Leeds LS2 7AU – 0113 426 5000

Crafthouse

Crafthouse

Leeds British Fine Dining Afternoon Tea Sunday Lunch

When to go: On a Saturday night

What to have: Their seven-course tasting menu for the whole table

Crafthouse celebrates the very best of British and sat high above Trinity shopping centre, it too celebrates the best of Leeds’ historic influence and architecture. Known for their stylish presentation, floral interiors, and Angelica, the swish panoramic cocktail bar above, head up in their private scenic lift, and you’re in for a treat. A must on our best restaurants in Leeds list.

Level 5, Trinity, 70 Boar Ln, Leeds LS1 6HW – 0113 897 0444



Rudy’s

Rudy’s

Leeds Wood Fired Pizza

When to go: When you just fancy a beer and a huge pizza

What to have: The Calabrese with spicy n’duja sausage

Don’t underestimate this downtown pizza joint. A recent addition to the casual dining scene, this team from across the Pennines serves up quality Neopolitan pizzas with double fermented dough. Portions are generous and toppings are creative. A well-deserved entry amongst our round-up of the best restaurants in Leeds.

2 New Station St, Leeds LS1 5DL – 0113 834 9697

The Reliance

The Reliance

Leeds Small Plates European Sunday Lunch GastroPub

When to go: With your nearest and dearest

What to have: A Friday night fish supper

The Reliance manages to strike the fine balance between executing faultless of the moment dishes, with effortless approachability. Fondly known by regulars as The Relly, this neighbourhood restaurant showcases beautiful ingredients from across Gods Own County. Their wines are exceptual too.

76-78 North St, Leeds LS2 7PN – 0113 295 6060



The Man Behind the Curtain

The Man Behind the Curtain

Leeds Michelin Star Chef Fine Dining Tasting Menu

When to go: When your feeling venturous

What to have: O’Hare’s accomplished tasting menu (squid ink guaranteed)

So who is the man behind the curtain? Well, it’s the one Michelin starred, Redcar born and bred, chef-patron Micheal O’Hare. You might have seen him on The Great British Menu. You’ve probably caught word of his modernist approach to cuisine, or his unorthodox video campaigns. Either way, you should try his food. As the only Michelin Star restaurant in West Yorkshire, this is of course one of Leeds’ top restaurants.

68-78 Vicar Lane Lower Ground Floor Flannels LS1 7JH – 0113 243 2376

Bundobust

Bundobust

Leeds Indian Street Food Craft Beer

When to go: With mates

What to have: Bundo Chaat

Everyone in Leeds loves Bundo. From its long wooden benches and patio heaters to their compostable crockery and craft beer on tap, it’s the ideal place to chill out with your pals whilst munching on some seriously good street food. Look out for their Gujerati take on seasonal specials, like pumpkin samosas and sprout bhajis.

6 Mill Hill, Leeds LS1 5DQ – 0113 243 1248

Stuzzi

Stuzzi

Leeds Italian Small Plates Sunday Lunch Wine Bar Cocktails

When to go: When you deserve an up-market Italian feast

What to have: Everything, it’s glorious

Even vegetarians will be eyeing up Stuzzi’s slow-cooked porchetta or nduja glazed baby poussin when they swing by for an Italian Sunday roast. Accompanied by oozing arancini balls and huge sharing bowls of homemade pasta, this is comfort food at its finest.

7 Merrion St, Leeds LS1 6PQ – 0113 245 5323



The Ivy

The Ivy

Leeds British Brunch Afternoon Tea Cocktails

When to go: At Christmas when it’s all green and gold and twinkly

What to have: The chocolate bombe

The Ivy has been popular ever since it opened its doors on Vicar Lane in 2018. Offering an impressive hotel-style all-day dining menu, The Ivy takes you from buttermilk pancakes to Irish coffee with a touch of art-deco glamour. Don’t forget to check out their gin and tonic selection!

Vicar Ln, Leeds LS1 6BB – 0113 388 6222

Laynes Espresso

Laynes Espresso

Leeds Coffee Brunch Cafe

When to go: When you need a little pick me up

What to have: The Porterhouse cakes

So not quite a Leeds best ‘restaurant’, but with brunch this good, we’d be rude to miss Laynes Espresso off this list. Braised beans on buttered sourdough, rarebit and oh-so silky scrambled eggs make for a perfect Saturday morning. Don’t forget to treat yourself to one of Porterhouse Cake Co’s lime and courgette loafs for afters.

16 New Station St, Leeds LS1 5DL – 07828 823189

North Star Coffee Shop

North Star Coffee Shop

Leeds Coffee Brunch Cafe

When to go: After a weekend stroll along the docks

What to have: Their four cheese and rye scone

Yes, admittedly another coffee shop, but these guys certainly know what they’re doing in the kitchen. Their acclaimed brunch menu changes with the season, so think autumnal spiced plum french toast with Skyr and sugared almonds, or jumbo overnight oats with strawberry, elderflower creme, and a homemade shortbread crumb. Delightfully washed down with a Burundi batch brew.

33, Leeds Dock, The Blvd, Leeds LS10 1PZ – 0113 466 0025

Water Lane Boathouse

Water Lane Boathouse

Leeds Wood Fired Pizza Burger Bar Craft Beer Al fresco dining

When to go: For Monday night’s pub quiz (feat free pizza!)

What to have: The beet burger

Canal-side pub and restaurant from the savvy team behind Belgrave and Headrow House, Water Lane Boathouse is a cool spot for dinner with friends, a casual date, or lazy board games on a Sunday afternoon. Their Italian hand-crafted mosaic masterpiece of an oven produces super sourdough pizzas, and the burgers and salads are equally as good.

Canal Wharf, Holbeck, Leeds LS11 5PS – 0113 246 0985



Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen

Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen

Leeds Pizza Burger Bar Street Food Al fresco dining Live Music

When to go: When you’re with your squad

What to have: Patty Smith’s session fries

Pizza by the slice-tick, burgers-tick, cool roof terrace-tick, even cooler staff- tick. Belgrave has it all. Not to mention gig nights, film screenings, DJ sets and a monthly street food festival. If you’re looking for a class night out in Leeds, Belgrave is a good place to start.

Cross Belgrave St, Leeds LS2 8JP – 0113 234 6160

Wens

Wens

Leeds Chinese

When to go: When you can’t be bothered to cook

What to have: The king prawn pan-fried dumplings

Wens is a new addition to Leeds’ dining scene, and they have already made the mark with tourists, locals, even a famous critic. Taking over Hansa’s North street space, Wens specialise in authentic family Chinese cooking. The Dan Dan noodles, dumplings, and Kung Po Chicken are all musts.

72-74 North St, Leeds LS2 7PN – 0113 244 4408

El Gato Negro

El Gato Negro

Leeds Spanish Tapas

When to go: When you need a little Spanish sunshine in your life

What to have: Their next-level patatas bravas

Amid the banks and businesses on Park Row, Spanish aficionado and award-winning chef Simon Shaw has brought us a taste of Catalonia and the Basque country. On Saturdays between 12 and 4, you can experience their Tipsy Tapas – 3 tapas dishes and unlimited drinks. What’s not to like? A new addition to our best restaurants in Leeds guide.

35 Park Row, Leeds LS1 5JL – 0113 322 0763



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Prashad

Prashad

Leeds Indian Vegetarian Vegan Cookery Class

When to go: When you want to change a carnivores opinion of vegetarian cooking

What to have: Gujlawa

With two cookbooks, two AA Rosettes, a Bib Gourmand, popular Vegetarian cookery classes, their own Garam Masala blend on sale, and a dedication to serving their local Bradford community, this could be one of the most hard-working families in the business. If you’re looking for fragrant, authentic Gujarati cuisine, Prashad will exceed all your expectations.

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137 Whitehall Rd, Drighlington, Bradford BD11 1AT – 0113 285 2037

Catch Seafood Headingley

Catch Seafood Headingley

Leeds Seafood British

When to go: Fish Friday – or any other day of the week!

What to have: Catch signature seafood grill

Their experienced team source the freshest and finest products from UK ports and pass them directly to their award-winning chefs to create mouth-watering contemporary seafood dishes with a creative twist.

9 Weetwood Ln, Headingley, LS16 5LT – 0113 3401123

Zucco

Zucco

Leeds Italian Small Plates

When to go: For a celebratory lunch

What to have: A bottle of the house red

On the corner of Meanwood Road, this family-run Italian serve a fantastic selection of fresh, handmade Cicchetti, with outstanding wines. Try their ox-cheek, pea and grana padano risotto, or jewelled frangipane, chocolate and pistachio tart. A real neighbourhood gem and a must on our list of Leeds best restaurants.

603 Meanwood Rd, Meanwood, Leeds LS6 4AY – 0113 224 9679



Salvos

Salvos

Leeds Italian

When to go: Saturday night

What to have: Their four-course tasting menu

Salvo’s have captured the heart of Headingley, but step into their Salumeria and Cafe jam-packed with artisan oils, jars of olives, an assortment of colourful dried pasta, and snow-white balls of mozzarella, and you could be ambling down a Sicilian street. Don’t miss their regional deli nights and tasting menus, where you can experience the flavours and tastes of Mezzogiorno.

115 Otley Rd, Headingley, Leeds LS6 3PX – 0113 275 5017

Chophaus

Chophaus

Leeds Steak Grill Al fresco dining Sunday Lunch Cocktails

When to go: When you want to get dressed up and treat yourself

What to have: The buttery tender British Wagyu

Located opposite Oakwood’s obelisk at the foot of the sprawling Roundhay park, Chophaus inhabits a stylish beamed cabin, where you can expect a modern take on the traditional steak house. Each prime cut is locally sourced from the celebrated R&J Meats, longstanding Dales butchers. As you can imagine, the Sunday roasts are a beef lovers heaven.

Louis House, Princes Ave, Oakwood, Leeds LS8 2FA – 0113 226 0660

Catch Seafood Street Lane

Catch Seafood Street Lane

Leeds Seafood British

When to go: Midweek treat or weekend celebration

What to have: Catch platter for two

Catch Seafood in Moortown prides itself on putting a modern but respectful twist on the classical fish and chip restaurant with stylish fittings, lighter and healthier menu options, a broader selection of drinks and relaxed but professional service.

391 Street Ln, Moortown, LS17 6HQ – 0113 3401124



The Beehive Thorner

The Beehive Thorner

Leeds British GastroPub Sunday Lunch

When to go: On a country weekend

What to have: The pie of the day

Offering a contemporary take on the traditional, rustic English countryside restaurant, North Leeds loved gastro pub and restaurant, The Beehive in Thorner brings an unconventional twist on classic British dishes, served in stunning surroundings with a warm and friendly atmosphere.

The menu carries the same sentiment, with modern twists around every turn, from chicken skewers with blue cheese and honey, to beef carpaccio with peaches and rocket.

83 Main St, Thorner, Leeds LS14 3BU – 0113 289 3555

Pizza Loco

Pizza Loco

Leeds Wood Fired Pizza Coffee

When to go: After a stroll around Roundhay Park

What to have: The Hot Honey

Once the furnace chamber of a steam locomotive much anticipated on the Yorkshire street food scene, Pizza Loco now slings dough five days a week from its Oakwood restaurant. At lunchtime, those poofy Neopolitan crusts are folded into panouzzi sandwiches alongside partners Rabbit Hole’s coffee, and in the evenings you can tuck into classics like The Pat Butcher, Veggie Yates and Jean Paul Goatier. The best pizza in Leeds? You decide.

484 Roundhay Road, Roundhay, Oakwood, Leeds LS8 2HU – 0113 450 3056



Beck and Call

Beck and Call

Leeds British GastroPub Sunday Lunch Al fresco dining

When to go: When you’ve got the in-laws visiting

What to  get: The pub classics

Beck and Call is the local pub that everyone wishes they lived close to. With its large garden, children’s play area, bright conservatory, and cosy wood panelled bar, it really ticks all the boxes. Better still the menu caters to diners big, little, vegan and otherwise, and is a real celebration of Yorkshire produce. A favourite on our list of the best restaurants in Leeds.

Stainbeck Rd, Meanwood, Leeds LS7 2NP – 0113 266 1192

Hana Matsuri

Hana Matsuri

Leeds Japanese

When to go: If you’re looking to impress

What to have: The full Omakase Tasting Course

Hana Matsuri might just be the best-kept sushi secret in Leeds. Owned by Chef Kaoru Nakamura, whose sheer skill and dexterity is showcased via an Omakase dining experience, where you can expect an elegant, seasonal Japanese feast of the very highest quality.

580 Meanwood Rd, Meanwood, Leeds LS6 4AZ

Hern

Hern

Leeds British

When to go: For an intimate meal

What to have: The homemade foraged fruit sodas

This incongruous little bistro really is like placing yourself in the hands of the food Gods. With former Roops baker Rab in the kitchen, and drinks expert Shaun in front of house, don’t be fooled by the bare brick walls and paired back furnishings. Hern elevates beautiful local ingredients alongside Wayward wines via their ever-changing chalkboard of set menus, Wednesday to Saturday.

Stainbeck Corner, 5, Leeds LS7 3PG – 0113 262 5809



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