Many restaurants in Leeds offer great deals for Brunch. Brunch can be a great meal to enjoy with friends, family and even for dates. Whether you are trying to cure a hangover or cause one, brunch is always a great idea. Below is a compiled list of the top 6 brunch spots in Leeds for you to try.
A lovely relaxing spot to visit for brunch is Olive and Rye which is located in the Queen’s Arcade. This is a great place for a relaxed brunch, as it is small and very informal. Also, the cakes and brownies are highly recommended for taking away after. This is a great place for anyone with both a sweet and savoury tooth.
Neighbourhood on Greek Street is a great venue for a slightly fancier brunch. The bar offers a special brunch event every Saturday where you can get bottomless brunch between 11-5 PM. This is a great deal because for just £30, you can have unlimited gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and cocktails as well as one brunch dish. The Neighbourhood venue also is great if you enjoy getting slightly dressed up and taking nice pictures.
Situated outside of the city centre, LS6 in Headingly is also a great option for brunch, with a range of traditional options as well as pancakes. The cafe is really student-friendly and really close to uni, which also makes it a great and affordable choice.
Another slightly fancier option for brunch is Le Pan Quotidien which is located in the modern Victoria Gate Arcade. This cafe offers a range of freshly baked bread and cakes. This is a great location to enjoy the view of the Victoria Arcade and beautiful french food.
Manahatta is another great place to enjoy brunch in Leeds. There are 3 Manahatta bars in Leeds, one on Greek Street, one on Merrion Street and one in Headingly. The bar serves brunch until as late as 4 PM and on the weekend, you can enjoy bottomless brunch for £25.95. The drinks options in this deal include prosecco, aperol spritz, Bloody Mary and Coors.
This next recommendation is slightly more unique. Again, this is located in in the modern Victoria Gate Arcade. The Japanese restaurant, Issho, is located on the roof of the Victoria Gate Arcade and has some great views of the city. Here, you can get any 3 Japanese small dishes for just £15. Moreover, if you want to go for bottomless brunch, you can have unlimited prosecco for two hours between 11-3 PM on Saturdays and 12-4 PM on Sundays.
Leeds has so many great restaurants where you can enjoy fancy brunches, laid back brunches or alcoholic brunches. Perhaps make some time to try out one of these recommendations for brunch as a nice treat before the Easter break.
Image: Olive & Rye, Victoria Leeds, Issho