I regularly go to have either their lovely coffee and yummy hot chocolates and occasionally a sweet goodie :)
There are other branches in the city centre:
42-44 Woodhouse Lane
Leeds LS2 8LX
93 - 97 Albion Street
Leeds LS1 5JS
12A Albion Place
Leeds LS1 6JF
Leeds LS1 6BR
Favorite Dish: Love the iced coffees, hot chocolates and Bakewell Muffins (seasonal) at Costa.
This smelled delicious but it was vegetarian so I didn’t try it.
BIG APPLE HOTDOGS
I had one of the smaller hot dogs from here. £3.00 and it was delicious.
KATE AND KIMS KITCHEN
A selection of cakes and pastries.
Traditional English tea and cakes.
Sandwiches and paninis.
Favorite Dish: BIG APPLE HOTDOGS
Having eaten "pho" in Vietnam I was eager to try it at the new Trinity Kitchen in Leeds. I wasn't disappointed, it was delicious.
I ordered my food and paid for it, I was then given a buzzer and I went and found a table. when the buzzer went off I went back to collect my food. a generous bowl of this delicious beef and noodle soup cost £6.75. it was very filling.
Founded by husband and wife team Stephen and Jules Wall, this traditional Vietnamese street food kitchen is a permanent fixture at the new Trinity Kitchen in Leeds. The Walls visited Vietnam and fell in love with the cuisine, this is not hard to do as when I visited Vietnam I found the simple food very tasty, especially the Pho (pronounced “fur”).
Pho is Vietnams national dish, a rice noodle soup with a side dish of fresh herbs to add to taste.
Also on the menu is Vietnamese spring rolls, curry with broken rice, noodles and wok fried noodles. To accompany the food they serve beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and Vietnamese coffee.
Favorite Dish: PHO
I paid my first ever visit Zizzi one evening before I went to see an opera at the Leeds Grand Theatre nearby. I was curious about this UK Italian chain restaurant so I decided to give it a try. I wasn't too hungry so I just ordered two light starters.
It cost me around 15 gbp (including a soft drink) for my meal (October 2013). I definitely enjoyed my meal there and will definitely return not too distant in the future.
The restaurant is situated in the The Light complex. Inside the restaurant is very spacious with simple but effective interiors and there are tables outside the restaurant's balcony.
The restaurant also does a take away service (please click on the menu link)
Favorite Dish: I ordered a fonduta al formaggi (a three Italian cheeses fondue with baked dough sticks and focaccia for dipping) and also the small Antipasti Siciliani (consists of bufala mozzarella with roasted peppers, artichokes, and slow roasted tomatoes and dough sticks (I substituted the olives and aubergines for extra mozzarella and tomatoes).
I thoroughly enjoyed my meal especially the anitpasti. Definitely worth another visit to the restaurant for the anitpastis!
This Barburrito opened its first bar in Manchester in 2005 and more bars opened across the UK including two in Leeds.
The Leeds Boar Lane branch opened early 2013. The bar offers an over the counter service and plenty of indoor seating.
Favorite Dish: Barburrito offers the typical Mexican fayre including Burrito, Burrito Bowls, Tacos and Nachos. On visits to Baburrito I always order the Vegetable Burritos.
I paid around 5.50 gbp for my meal and usually order a bottomless soda (1.60 gbp extra) (April 2013).
Hepworth's Deli is run by the Joe Hepworth, a successful Leeds Chef who has worked in many cities' top restuarants. He had a private Chef business (See Hepworths Kitchen) before setting up this shop/deli/cafe. All the artisan goodies including sandwiches, salads, cheeses, cooked meats and pastries are freshly made and the local ingredients are sourced.
I've been to this shop/deli/cafe twice now and always enjoyed their food and look forward to making return visits. The cafe is rather small and it's popular but a take away option is available should you're unable to get a seat or in a rush.
The prices are more than average but you pay for the quality and the fact the money is going straight to local suppliers which will support their independent visits.
Favorite Dish: I ordered a Halloumi and beetroot wrap on my first visit which was wonderful. However the best lunch I had there was ordering their one of their signature deli platters - I had the Vegetarian platter which consisted of Marinated vegetables, olive selection, hummus, tzatziki, sunblushed tomatoes, toasted pitta bread and dressed mixed leaf salad.
A new food concept in Leeds city centre. Situated in the brand new Trinity shopping centre.
There are seven permanent restaurants and each month five street food vans and carts will set up shop on the first floor of the Trinity shopping mall in Leeds. After a month the food Companies change and another five options are on offer.
The event opened with a giant cake in the shape of a food van.
Check back here for more information on the vendors and the food, somebody has to do it…………………..
Favorite Dish: I'LL LET YOU KNOW
I usually pop into the Harvesters for some lunch whenever booking advanced cinema tickets at the Vue nearby. I love the food at Harvesters - reasonably priced meals which includes a complimentary salad from the bar for a main meal ordered.
I've ordered a variety of meals on my visits to the restaurant. Average cost for a meal and a drink is between 10-15 gbp (2013). Harvester also does some special offers where you only pay as little as 5-6 gbp per main course.
Favorite Dish: I've ordered the grilled chicken (with peas and baked potato) and the steak skewers (with rice) on past visits.
We have family roast meals at The Wellington from time to time. The Wellington specialises in the carvery where there is a dedicated carvery desk which serves slow cooked meats, Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, roast potatoes and a variety of vegetables and accompanied by gravy and sauces.
The Carvery is good value - Only 3.99 gbp (Monday to Saturday) and 7.29 gbp (Sunday) plus drinks. There are other meal options available and also a choice of desserts available.
Favorite Dish: Roast meals
We went to Giraffe for a meal this Easter. I had seen Giraffe on Greek street but we had never tried it before. The menu was a bit diverse with Burgers, steaks, fish, stir fries, salads and schnitzels. I had chicken schnitzel with mashed potato, salad and garlic sauce. It was delicious. I also had a cappuccino with amarretti biscuits crushed on the top which was delicious.
Favorite Dish: chicken schnitzel
Ha ha bar and grill is situated in the Electric press building in Millennium Square Leeds. This restaurant serves pub grub type food which is delicious and fairly cheap. I had sausage and mash then my favourite dessert which is crème brulee. The crème brulee was especially delicious.
Mon-Wed 10:00 - 23:00
Fri-Sat 10:00 - 1:00
Sun 10:00 - 22:30
Favorite Dish: CREME BRULEE
We visited Akbar’s Indian restaurant on Greek street Leeds for Emma’s 26th birthday. We usually go to the Akbar’s on the Headrow but this time we fancied a change.
For a starter I had my favourite part of the meal which is the pickle tray with poppadum’s. For main course I had lamb biryani which was just spicy enough for me. Emma was given an ice cream sundae with a firework attached for dessert.
Mon - Sat: 17:00 - 24:00
Sun: 17:00 - 23:30
Favorite Dish: PICKLE TRAY WITH POPPADUM'S
For three consecutive years running we went there to celebrate my parents' wedding anniversary. The restaurant specialises in grills (steak, chicken, gammon etc) but the menu also offers traditional dishes and pasta. With every main course ordered we can help ourselves to an unlimited salad bar where there is a wide range of choices and condiments plus bread. The restaurant offers vegetarian options and can cater for those with various dietary requirements.
In March 2013 we paid another visit to the restaurant to celebrate my graduation. I ordered the triple chicken dish and also again enjoyed the unlimited salad! The meal was delicious. My Dad had ribs and my Mum had a combo (chicken and steak). We thoroughly enjoyed our meals.
This restaurant is very popular so you need to either reserve in advance or wait on arrival but there is a bar area where you can able to have a drink while you're waiting for your table.
It's a family friendly restaurant where there is a children's menu.
Favorite Dish: I had a salad for starters and for the main course I had recently was grilled Halloumi on roasted large mushrooms and tomatoes and accompanied with baked potatoes, peas and onion rings.
The total cost of the meal came around around 11 gbp excluding drinks.
In January 2013, we visited the Leeds Branch of this chain French restaurant after we went to the cinema at The Light. We just ordered a glass of red wine each which was nice.
I have dined in this restaurant before and always like the food served there. Please see the website for their menus and prices.
For many years my parents and I dined at this restaurant from time to time. I've always enjoyed the extensive meal the restaurant offered and the food served is of a high quality.
Since my last visit the restaurant has been refurbished and somewhat has a lighter feel/ambience to the restaurant which is positive. There is a bar/welcoming area when you arrive and a waiter escorts you to the table. I highly recommend this restaurant for an Indian meal even if the desserts are something to be desired!
Favorite Dish: We had the East India Grand Buffet at the restaurant on our visit which costs us 8.95 gbp (January 2013). The buffet served mainly Indian Cuisine.
Starters included onion bhajis, samosas, pakoras, salads, Indian dressings etc; Main course included a variety of curries including two vegetarian options plus rice and naan bread; Dessert offered some sort of rice pudding and fruit (I didn't have any). We also had poppadums on our table to accompany our meal.
The food was good although very filling.
There is a wide range of different tastes and cuisines available in Leeds city centre. If you are looking for a particular type of cuisine try the website…..www.leeds-eating.com