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Quinta Bar and Grill

Ilkley · Mediterranean
97 Reviews

About Quinta Bar and Grill

Set in the heart of the picturesque and trendy suburb of Ilkley, on the outskirts of Leeds, Quinta Bar & Grill is a restaurant which continues to grow and grow in reputation. Mediterranean food is its forte, with a menu inspired by Italian, Spanish and French flavours, and of course an emphasis on great steaks and fresh fish. It couldn’t be easier to reach – just yards from Ilkley train station on Wells Road – so you’ve no excuse not to book a table now.

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Quinta Bar and Grill
10 Wells Road, Ilkley
Leeds LS29 9JD

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 6:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:30 pm
12:00 pm - 7:45 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Chef's Choice



Spinach and ricotta tortellinis, pine nuts, citrus sauce (v)


Piri-piri fried King Prawns, French bread


Pan fried scallops on avocado pure, dried Parma ham and sauce vierge



Roasted butternut squash and sage risotto with truffle oil (v)


Pan fried sea bass with asparagus risotto and pesto sauce


Lemon marinated Lamb cutlets with sweet potato mash, tomato and oregano salad, red wine jus



Passion fruit Crème Brulée, strawberry ice cream


Pineapple soufflé, coconut sorbet


Chocolate Dream: Chocolate fondant, Chocolate mousse, white Chocolate milkshake, Black Cherry Ice Cream


Further Information

The food of the Mediterranean is well-known and well-loved by the people of West Yorkshire. We’ve all been to that part of the world – whether it be Faliraki, Lloret, Magaluf or any of the other high-quality holiday destinations enjoyed by Brits – and experienced the Mediterranean diet first hand. Leeds foodies will be happy to know then, that they can have a taste of the Med in Ilkley, in the form of Quinta Bar & Grill on Wells Road, just a short walk from Ilkley station, where they can sample the delights of the region without ever leaving Yorkshire.

The Mediterranean menu is packed with fruits of the mer, and when the mer in question is the Med, you can be sure the quality is high. Lobster ravioli, piri-piri grilled prawns and grilled mackerel are just some of the options, and they are accompanied by their land-lubbing cousins in the form of crispy pork belly, chicken and tarragon mousse and a wide range of superb steaks. Quinta in Ilkley is just dipping a toe in the waters of the Med, but it continues to delight the diners of Leeds: book a table now to experience it for yourself.

97 Quinta Bar and Grill Reviews

Judith E.9 days ago · 4 reviews

Fantastic Sunday lunch. Superb chef turns out first class food. Excellent roast beef and Yorkshire pudding with all the trimmings. Really good value and a lovely, relaxing ambience.

Andrew T.16 days ago · 1 review

Great food, very comfortable atmosphere, at a reasonable price. What more could we ask for? Unusually for us, all six of us were happy with every course. It's a bit of a trek for us all, but we'll be back!

Amey S.2 months ago · 5 reviews

Lovely atmosphere, had the tempura prawns to start which were fantastic followed by the Vension fillet from the special menu. The meat was cooked perfectly and very tender, asked to swap the roasted parsnip as I don’t like it, which was no problem at all! At the end of the meal the waiting staff brought a free shot and plate of homemade fudge for my birthday - a great finishing touch and felt very looked after throughout the night. We will definitely return!

Robert S.2 months ago · 1 review

An exceptional dining experience. The service was impeccable, not rushed. The food was exceptionally good, steak cooked to perfection. Our friends were impressed too and will visit again.

Jan f.a year ago · 2 reviews

This was the 4th or 5th time we have eaten at Quinta and we were again not disappointed in anything, a warm welcome, efficient and appropriate service and lovely things to eat and drink. My sister in law was particularly impressed that her fish was done to perfection, crispy skin and succulent flesh. We all ate from the early bird menu but there was a also wide choice on the main menu and a choice of lobster specials. It was a Monday night and therefore quiet which was also a benefit as we needed space to talk, but even when busy, Quinta, with its windows at either end does not feel crowded.

Richard H.a year ago · 4 reviews

A relatively quiet Tuesday evening but still a nice atmosphere with good music at just the right level. Service was very attentive as usual, not pushy, and after the meal we were untroubled as we sat and chatted for ages before finally sorting the bill. Most importantly, the food was great. It's not a massive choice on the menu but I take that to be a good sign, that the food is prepared as ordered. And the complimentary bread balls and butter are really tasty too.

Tony M.9 months ago · 1 review

A very enjoyable evening with excellent food and good service. The smoked haddock chowder was the best I have had since visiting New England many years ago. All the dishes were well-presented and dishes intended to be hot we're just that, hot... but the freshness of the ingredients so apparent. Other diners were clearly also enjoying their experience. Only very slight negative was that the background music is atmospheric but sometimes just a little too loud & having to speak louder to each other. Quinta has a good chef In its kitchen and the front of house management is also good and welcoming.

Harold M.2 years ago · 4 reviews

An excellent meal -Saturday dinner. My wife started with piri-piri prawns which were very good and I started with scallops which I thoroughly enjoyed. For main course I had roast cod with ratatouille and sautee potatoes and my wife had the rib-eye steak on a granite slab with chips. Both were first class. Desserts were lemon possett for me (delicious) and chocolate fondant, which I didn't get to taste as it had gone in no time. With two glasses of wine, two coffees and two bottles of water the bill came to £94, good value. Service was good.

Richard H.4 months ago · 4 reviews

The food is great - the menu is not as huge as in some places, but what they cook they cook really well. The service is spot on, and the restaurant has a lovely relaxed atmosphere, with some background music but not intrusive. It manages to have an intimate feeling even though it's open plan - they have not tried to cram in too many tables. Not cheap but not expensive either for the best eating.

Laury R.6 months ago · 1 review

We enjoyed our meal at Quinta. The food was excellent, however the rack of lamb, though tender was not very warm. If anything the meat portion was too large. If you want vegetables you really need to order sides as there were few with the main dish. The service was excellent and the seating arrangement comfortable. As with many restaurants in the evening, it became very noisy, making conversation a challenge - this could have been because we were sitting next to the big window with the sound bouncing back.

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