- Monday 12:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
- Friday 12:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
If you follow a seducing smell in Leeds, you will reach the Ephesus restaurant, along Rodley Lane.
Inside, you quickly discover the source of the lovely odour in the kitchen: meat skewers, minced lamb
with herbs or steaks are grilled over charcoal, to fulfil your craving for tasty meat. Alternatively, you
can pick sea bass or salmons for your grill-experience and look forward to eating salad and chips as
sides. If you prefer a dish with no meat at all, Ephesus’ chef prepares roasted vegetables in a special
yoghurt sauce or a spicy stew.
The menu of the restaurant Ephesus also offers other dishes from the Turkish cuisine. If you like pizza you can try the Turkish version of it, called pide. You have the choice between different fillings such as minced lamb with parsley and herbs or a vegetarian one with spinach and onions. More traditional is the homemade stone baked pizza, which is available with different toppings like tuna, chicken or pepperoni.
Excellent food and service as always. We did pre-book as a precaution as the restaurant can get busy even early in the week although this is not always necessary. The two course offer is amazing value when you consider the quality and size of proportions. Would recommend Ephesus steak but there are so many other choices it is best to try something different each visit. Only criticism is bottled beer only and a bit pricey!
the food here was excellent and the restaurant has a really nice atmosphere. One small draw back the service did feel rushed as the restaurant was so busy . other than that we had a great night
Extensive menu, excellent food, good service and a great ambiance. The restaurant was full at 18:30 on a Sunday evening showing how popular it is. Well worth a visit
Food excellent, welcoming staff, loved the fact that the chef was doing a walkabout. Downside...noise. Need some additional sound absorbing in the ceiling or elsewhere.