Brontae’s is a bit of a hidden gem in Leeds and it’s well worth a visit, especially for meat lovers.
The flavours of DE BAGA’s food danced and mingled, bringing some exotic warmth to our house on a dark, chilly evening.
Until last week, Sous le Nez Chez Vous was limited to Leeds, but now their delicious meals are available nationwide.
The cascading flowers over the entrance to Fleur grab the eye as you’re walking passed, but it seems to be trying to appeal to too many different people at once.
It’s chilled, it’s homely, and it has the potential to be a huge hit.
Contemporary Chinese dishes that are colourful, beautiful and clever.
Melted Alpine cheese, served up with fine French charcuterie and wine… what’s not to love?
You can’t help but feel special when looking out over Leeds with a glass of sparkling prosseco in hand…
Malmaison in Leeds still feels refined, but it’s caught up with the times and is delivering some tasty food and drink.
Iberica is a place that makes me feel like I’m on holiday, and you can’t really get better than that I don’t think.