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  • Best Restaurants in Leeds

    Searching for the best restaurants in Leeds? We've got you covered with the best places to eat out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ready to discover the top restaurants in Leeds? Let's dig in!

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    Restaurant Toby Carvery - Oulton in Oulton, Leeds

    Toby Carvery - Oulton

    Oulton
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    OultonBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    Toby Carvery - Oulton
    Restaurant The Calverley Arms in Pudsey, Leeds

    The Calverley Arms

    Pudsey
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    PudseyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    4.0/6
    1 reviews
    4.0/6
    1 reviews
    The Calverley Arms

    The Inn at Scarcroft

    Scarcroft
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    ScarcroftBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The Inn at Scarcroft

    The White Hart - Otley

    Otley
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    OtleyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The White Hart - Otley

    Cromwell's Collingham

    Collingham
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    CollinghamBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    3.0/6
    1 reviews
    Cromwell's Collingham

    The Fox - Ilkley

    Ilkley
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    IlkleyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The Fox - Ilkley

    Bar Three, Wetherby

    Wetherby
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    WetherbyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    3.5/6
    2 reviews
    Bar Three, Wetherby

    The Cow & Calf - Ilkley

    Ilkley
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    IlkleyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The Cow & Calf - Ilkley

    Black Hat Ilkley

    Ilkley
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    IlkleyBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    Black Hat Ilkley
    1. 1.

      Dining at restaurants in Leeds’ city centre

      The focal point of Leeds’ civic life is found at Millennium Square, a large public square in the heart of the city centre, surrounded by some of Leeds’ most iconic landmarks. With a steady lineup of concerts, festivals and sports screenings, there’s never a dull moment here, though foodies would be better off venturing east of the railway station to find Leeds’ best restaurants. Known as the Exchange Quarter, this area is home to an array of quirky cafes and bars, as well as Kirkgate Market – Europe’s largest covered market and a point of pride among locals for being the original site of major British retailer Marks & Spencer. Down by the banks of the River Aire are former granaries which have been converted into bars and restaurants that offer cosmopolitan, refined menus and stunning waterfront views. Not to be outdone in appeal, the recent wave of craft beer pubs and cocktail joints that have sprung up along New Briggate to the end of North Street signal a newfound maturity in Leeds’ food and beverage scene, providing numerous options for a casual evening out. When it comes to eating and drinking in Leeds, there is indeed something to suit all tastes and budgets.
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      Restaurants in Leeds: Best districts for dining

      Much has been said about Leeds’ restaurants in the city centre, but don’t let that distract you from the culinary action quietly taking place in the suburbs. Up north, Chapel Allerton is bursting at its seams with an emergence of cafes, bars and restaurants highly favoured by the trendy and upwardly mobile set. Each summer, the district comes alive as al fresco diners fill the streets just outside its eateries ranging in Italian, Thai and Mexican cuisines – to name a few. Don’t despair if you need a table, however, as Quandoo has restaurants in Leeds covered. Over in neighbouring Headingly, a younger and more bohemian vibe finds its place within the hordes of students, especially down the district’s main artery of action on Otley Road. Sports fans, too, are often seen out and about in Headingly, home to the professional Leeds Rhinos rugby league club, Yorkshire Union rugby union club and – the most renowned of them all – the Yorkshire Country Cricket Club. Whether you’re looking for a place to eat at before or after a game, find and book one easily from the list of Leeds restaurants on Quandoo.
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      Our top restaurant picks in Leeds

      Up to a few years ago, one would hardly have associated Leeds with top-notch restaurants but its dining scene today paints a starkly different picture. Taking the spotlight among them all is The Man Behind the Curtain – the first restaurant in Leeds in a decade to have bagged a Michelin Star, drawing diners far and wide with its bold, stylish and innovative modern European fare. Helmed by head chef and owner Michael O’Hare, this highly-acclaimed spot is often booked out months in advance and if you have the urge to splurge but didn’t manage to score a reservation, why not pop over to the swanky Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Cafe and Bar just one street away? This Leeds restaurant takes city-centre dining to new heights with elegant-chic interiors, exquisite seasonal menus and stunning urban views from its central location.
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      Leeds’ restaurants are truly one-of-a-kind

      With an incredible range of restaurants in Leeds to choose from, you’re almost guaranteed to find one that checks all the boxes of whatever you may be looking for. From the varied flavours of South America at Casa Colombiana to the rich flavours and textures of India at Miah’s Kitchen, dining out in Leeds will simply leave you spoilt for choice. Craving for traditional British fare? Tuck into crowd-pleasing classics at Nash's Fish & Chip Restaurant or crank things up a notch with avant-garde masterpieces from the kitchen and bar at the snazzy 7 Steps Pudsey. Have a look at our listings and narrow down your preferences by cuisine, price range and district with our unique search filters. From there, booking becomes second nature with our easy-to-use system where you can inform the restaurant about your preferred date, time and number of diners in just a few taps. With Quandoo, there’s simply no reason to put off exploring Leeds’ diverse restaurant scene, so why not get started now?