Located on St Peter’s Square, Kendells Bistro feels much like a little restaurant you’d accidentally stumble upon while pursuing the back streets of a rural French village. Candle-lit and decorated with wooden furniture and traditional artwork lining the walls, Kendells Bistro is full of rustic French charm, and the menu is similarly authentic, showcasing the home-style dishes discovered by chef and owner Steve on trips to France. Begin your meal with some gratin Lyonnaise (French onion soup served with croutons and gruyere cheese) or if you’re feeling more adventurous try some escargots bourgogne (Burgundy snails with garlic butter). Then, move on to another French classic like the confit de canard (duck confit with celeriac remoulade, French smoked sausage and duck fat potatoes). Attracting francophiles from all over Leeds to its City Centre location, Kendells Bistro can get busy, so book ahead to avoid missing out.
Just perfect, from the moment we entered, everything was wonderful, the staff the food, the surroundings, the price wasn't bad either. Will definitely go again!
Celebrating a birthday, excellent atmosphere, food, wine and service. Only problem was the starters were so nice and generously proportioned we could not manage all the main course, thouroughy recommend the Onoin soup - wonderful, will definitely return.
The food as always was delicious and I would highly recommend the salmon en croute, scrumptious. It was my husbands birthday meal and we were given complimentary glasses of fizz and hand made chocolates, very nice touch. Can't wait to go back again soon, such a lovely atmosphere with brilliant staff.