Category : Food

Tapas and Cocktails at Las Iguanas

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Clouds dominate the skies as we creep ever closer to winter, but there is one place in town that can make you forget the harsh realities of living in Leeds and move you to Mexico, or send you to Brazil and beyond with some seriously sizzling flavours and a cocktail … Read More

Review: Creams Afternoon Tea

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Located in The Core on the Headrow, newly opened Creams is a sophisticated delight right in the heart of Leeds’ city centre. From the moment you walk through the tall archways, you are transported into a Parisian paradise with freshly baked macaroons to the right and homemade cupcakes to the … Read More

Bills make themselves at home on Albion Place

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With Leeds often regarded as the capital of the north, it’s a wonder it’s taken this long for Bill’s to make their mark on the city centre. With restaurants up and down the country, and a large presence in and around London, it’s clear the brand has come a long … Read More

Afro-Carribean Inspiration

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Soul Kitchen,The Wardrobe, St Peter’s Square To celebrate Black History Month we’re promoting Afro-Caribbean inspired cuisine by looking at some local restaurants, as well as fun exciting Afro-Caribbean inspired dishes that can easily be made at home on a student budget. Located in the heart of Leeds City Centre, Soul Kitchen … Read More

My Bangwok Experience

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On Wednesday afternoon I had the pleasure of having lunch at Bangwok, a unique Thai restaurant in Leeds located underneath the train station on Sovereign Place. The restaurant is a small space with a quirky interior. The combination of the fairy lights across the ceiling and the tin roofs covering … Read More

Living Gluten-Free in Leeds

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  Moving to a new city is daunting enough, but for those new students embarking on a gluten-free lifestyle, the task can appear even more overwhelming. Thankfully, you’re not alone: awareness of medical wheat and gluten intolerances has been growing in recent years, and one of the benefits of living … Read More

The Great British Bake Off

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Each year, as summer draws to a close, our nation’s screens are graced with the welcome return of the Great British Bake Off. Unless you have an aversion to baking, soggy bottoms, or Paul Hollywood’s dazzling blue eyes, there is no reason to not watch this year’s series. However in … Read More

Battle of the Burger

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It’s a question debated by many and up until now has been previously unsolved; who makes the best burgers in Leeds? With an extortionate amount of restaurants devoted to crafting the best combination of a patty in a bun (doesn’t it sound so simple?) dotted around our city, a fight … Read More

Courgette and Lemon Cake: Recipe adapted from BBC Good Food

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Have no fear, this cake doesn’t taste slightly like courgettes; instead, like carrot in carrot cake, the courgette keeps the cake moist and adds a lovely green tinge to the sponge. Ingredients: 250g very soft unsalted butter 3 lemons (4 if you want a lemon drizzle topping instead of cream … Read More

Preview: Battle of the Burger

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Following their successful clash in Newcastle, Battle of the Burger descends on Canal Mills this Friday to test the best that Leeds, and ultimately Yorkshire, has to offer. Gone are the days that a burger is a disappointing disc of overcooked ‘beef’ in a soggy seeded bun, and usually only … Read More