Cafe, brunch and coffee roasters, WOLFØX Leeds deserves all the praise it gets. Whether youre a saint, a sinner or both, this is a beautiful spot on Wellington Street that is getting locals rather excited. All juices are cold-pressed and all smoothies are super, while the organic WOLFØX coffee is home-roasted and prepared with only organic milk. The menu is designed with a healthy approach and consists of many veggie and vegan options. Then, of course, theres an excellent organic wine and beer selection. Reserve a table and indulge in sustainable and natural food, with private hire also available.
The interior of WOLFØX Leeds is as well thought out as you’d expect, with close attention paid to all elements of design. And, it matches the menu just perfectly. If you’re in for breakfast or brunch, we can’t recommend the brunch bowls enough, complete with your choice of vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or meat fillings, as well as organic eggs, purple potatoes, avocado, cherry tomatoes and beans. Or, tuck into buttermilk pancakes topped with maple syrup and bacon or perhaps the salmon and crab Benedict topped with pumpkin seeds and housemade hollandaise, washed down with an organic superfood smoothie, cold-pressed juice, organic tea or coffee. Or, for a weekend indulgence why not go for bottomless aperol spritz or prosecco?
If you’re visiting WOLFØX Leeds for lunch or dinner you’re in for a treat. This city centre space is brimming with delectable dishes and we recommend kicking things off with starters like aubergine fritters finished with maple syrup, hemp seeds, salad and hummus, courgette and basil soup or crab and lobster ravioli in a basil and cherry tomato sauce. Following on, tuck into an organic chicken burger absolutely brimming with fresh fillings, a tasty buddha bowl loaded with healthy and fresh produce, or wild sea bass served with tarragon jus, purple potato and market greens. With plenty more besides, you’ll be wanting to make a reservation as soon as you can to try it all out. You’ll find WOLFØX Leeds in the city centre on Wellington Street.
Lovely food—wonderful vegan options. House roasted coffee was great and the staff were really helpful and more than willing to show us the roasted beans and give samples!
The serving staff were friendly and made you feel super welcome, and the organic hot chocolate was absolutely fantastic. Was a shame that some ingredients were not available, but we had a great time nevertheless.
Great place lovely inside with a great vegetarian and vegan menu, will definitely be back again, would recommend the vegan brunch bowl and great hot drinks!
Really nice atmosphere and quality food ! I will recommend if you are looking for healthy, tasty and well presented food! The avocado burger was fab !
I think Six is a new restaurant and you can tell. It has great potential to be a buzzy, beautiful space with lovely food but there were a few things stopping me really loving my first experience. The space is very big and doesn't seem to currently make sense with various different areas not relating to each other too well. It felt quite cold and empty when we were there (partly due to the heating not working that day but a few free standing radiators would have been very welcome). More furniture, softer touches such as rugs, sheepskins, more indoor plants and softer pools of lighting from lamps, wall lights or fairy lights would have enhanced the cosiness. I loved the planting falling from the ceiling but think this theme needs to be exploited much further for greater impact. The deep blue wall colour was lovely but, again, the whole space felt a little unfinished in terms of the details. The food was lovely and healthy and I liked the look of the rest of the menu. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Nice place and friendly staff. Fresh food. Unfortunately they didn’t have matcha that we wanted to drink, crab for the pescatarian breakfast bowl, or hamburgers. Neither could they make gluten and dairy free pancakes, which was disappointing as I had picked the place for what looked like many options on the menu for paleo eaters. Hopefully it was just bad timing, will be returning to try out the evening menu, which might be easier to accommodate perhaps. I had the vegan bowl and it wa a bit dry. The others had different breakfast platters which they were content with.
The wine was exceptional but the food disappointing. The chicken was practically burnt and what was supposed to be steamed rice was stuck to the bottom of the bowl and slightly tinged. No desserts other than cake not even sorbet or ice cream. We were the only two customers and there was a lot of tidying up going on as the intention was obviously to close after we left. I think this place is trying to do too many things - no atmosphere as a restaurant in the evening but perhaps a different feel as a coffee shop in the day. I don't recommend it as a place to eat in the evening in Leeds when there are so many other restaurants serving good food available. Based on this experience I wouldn't go back.
The restaurant was very quiet, I like somewhere that is buzzing with atmosphere. You can tell that they’re new, I’ll come back in a few months when they have settled in. Food was amazing and decor is great. Although the plants were in real need of watering! Just a little more TLC and they’ll crack it. Teething problems that’s all
Food was lovely as we're the staff. It was very quiet so lacked some atmosphere but I will put that down to it being fairly new. All in all, would go back again.
Lovely and spacious venue with a good brunch menu although quite avocado heavy! Food was lovely, portions not over sized. The salads could do with more dressing. Staff were friendly.