Tag : restaurant

What is the Winning Formula Behind Wetherspoon’s Success?

2 months ago / 0 comments

Arguably a student favourite, JD Wetherspoon plc has been operating since 1979, when their first pub opened in North London. Fast-forward nearly forty years later and the national chain now owns nearly 1,000 hotels and pubs across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Having earned numerous accolades including a … Read More

How to Cure Your Food Fetish and/or Raging Hangover

1 year ago / 0 comments

Leeds boasts a wide variety of culinary experiences to try, enough to spoil you for choice throughout your entire university tenure. Whether you’re out to celebrate, going for a date, or simply out to cure yourself of the imminent feeling of death that last night’s alcohol-fuelled antics left you with, … Read More

Cielo Blanco’s new menu: A Mexican street food feast

3 years ago / 0 comments

  The fusion of vibrant prints and traditional tiling, inspired by the works of Frida Kahlo, together with the restaurant’s striking industrials features, provided a distinctive backdrop to this Mexican street food experience. With an upbeat, electro soundtrack humming in the background, I started the evening with a Pink Grapefruit … Read More

Review: It’s Turtle Bay all the way down

3 years ago / 0 comments

February might be the shortest month of the year, but the wind and rain seem never-ending, and the glowing windows of the new Turtle Bay restaurant were a welcome sight that promised warmth and shelter. And they did not disappoint; the mismatched interior and reggae music welcomes you like an … Read More

There’s no smoke without fire: Smoke BBQ review

3 years ago / 0 comments

If anyone suggested going for a barbecue last night, I would have thought they were mad, but in this case I would have missed out on a real treat. Believe me, we have really beaten the weather – this barbecue is indoors. Smoke Barbecue, found on Merrion Way, offers an … Read More

More than just breakfast

3 years ago / 0 comments

As LS6 takes a new direction for 2016, we join them to celebrate a new era for the much-loved restaurant. LS6 café has always been a student staple. You only need to venture to Hyde Park Corner on a weekend morning to see the place packed with bleary eyed students … Read More

Ox Club heats up Headrow House

3 years ago / 0 comments

Ox Club grill restaurant is one of the final pieces in the Headrow House puzzle, bringing four floors of food, drink, events and art in a renovated building to the people of Leeds. Curated by the creative minds behind Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, the former textile mill has been … Read More

A Christmas Miracle: Turtle Bay comes to Leeds

3 years ago / 0 comments

Caribbean food and fruity cocktails are always a winning combination, and Turtle Bay perfectly fuses the two in their new restaurant on Albion Street. Opening on the 15th December (and what better way to celebrate Christmas than happy hour everyday?), the style of the chain is lively, loud and vibrant, … Read More

Pieminister review: Who ate all the pies?

3 years ago / 0 comments

A pie and a pint. I get that. In fact, I want that. But, a pie in a cocktail bar that’s come dressed up as an American BBQ restaurant? Surely, something’s amiss here. While their look might not scream ‘pies are us’, Pieminister has been around since 2003, and founder … Read More

Review: Zaap Thai

3 years ago / 0 comments

Zaap Thai in the Grand Arcade is the latest addition to Leeds’ booming street food industry. Walking in, you’re greeted by an authentic Thai atmosphere with street signs, rickshaws, and free popcorn straight from Bangkok market. Friendly staff showed us to our seats and explained the menu, giving us insight … Read More