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Wishing you could take a trip to South America? Tickets are expensive and the flight is long, so why not just head on over to Azucar on Brewery Place? Leeds foodies have been raving about this South American eatery since its opening in 2008, so it can’t hurt to at least check out what all the fuss is about. Serving up Latin American favourites in the form of tapas, this great restaurant appeals to those who enjoy sampling and sharing.
The staff greeted us with a warm welcome service and food was good a calming relaxed atmosphere toilets decorated. would go again
Music in the restaurant was too loud, so normal conversations at the table were difficult. This was more appropriate for a pub or disco. Noisy table neighbours were added on top of this. Apart from that, the food and drinks were good, as usual. Worth going on a Tuesday when it's half price, otherwise it's a bit pricey.
Lovely restaurant, good selection of food. Wasnt very busy when we arrived but it was 7pm on a week night, would love to see when busy to soak up the atmosphere
If you love a good cocktail, you’ll become a regular at Azucar in no time. This restaurant really knows
its drinks, with sangrias that are absolutely out of this world. Order up a pitcher of verano beber, a
sangria made from Chilean sauvignon blanc, elderflower liquor, fresh lemon juice and apple juice,
and you’ll be flying high before you know it. If you’re more of a mixed-drink fan you’ll be glad to
know that Azucar in Leeds has over 25 unique cocktails available for you to sample.
But enough about the drinks! The cuisine at Azucar is truly unbelievable with its astounding selection of delicious South American tapas. Meat lovers can’t get enough of the flavourful azucar chilli or the pollo picante, while vegetarians rave about the tortilla de espinacas and the champinones con ajo. If you’re indecisive, go for any one of the chef’s recommendations such as the plato de marisco. At the end of the meal, finish up with a baked Alaska for a fiery end to a fantastic dinner at this South American eatery on Leeds’ Brewery Place.