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The Holbeck area of Leeds – directly behind Leeds station – is one of the most up and coming districts of Leeds, with many new pubs and restaurants, and The Engine House Cafe on Foundry Square is at the forefront of this change. The restaurant’s take on British food stands in the traditions of Yorkshire cooking, while also offering other specialities from around the world. Book a table now for a high-quality Leeds lunch, or for a quiet meal close to the city centre.
Check out the Engine Houses’s four-course Valentine’s Day special!
Excellent food ,lovely location ,would definitely go back ,a little oasis in a part of Leeds I had never been to before ..we used a groupon so a real bargain ,however would pay full price
We went to this establishment for breakfast, which was absolutley delicious. Catered for vegetarian well. Excellent service. Lovely location and dining area outside for when its sunny. Well worth a visit. Good value for money.
There are many great places to eat in Leeds city centre, and the number continues to grow and grow. In the overspill of the city centre in Holbeck Urban Village there is a colony of new pubs and restaurants, including The Engine House Cafe on Foundry Square. The Engine House adds to the already superb real ale pubs – The Cross Keys, The Midnight Bell, The Northern Monk – with traditional British food, so you can find all you need for a superb night out, all in one place.
The menu at The Engine House Cafe is the major draw at Foundry Square in Holbeck, and it is packed with great British favourites. Early risers – it opens at 8am – can try the traditional full breakfast, and those who work in the thriving Urban Village area will already know about the extensive lunch options. If you are going for a night out in Holbeck – or even in the city centre, being only a short walk away from Leeds train station – there are far worse ideas than booking a table at The Engine House Cafe.