General Discussion: Restaurants In Leeds!


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Seventyfour
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9434 posts since 6/10/05

7 Feb 2007 16:28
^^^as abouve^^^
aliD
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79 posts since 27/7/06

7 Feb 2007 21:12
I meant to say student loans suffering from slycdexic finger at the mo. Anyway doo888 does speak the truth if you dont mind spending some dollar. Anyhew let me know where you decide.
aliD
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79 posts since 27/7/06

7 Feb 2007 21:17
jet wrote: ooh, lots of newness in this thread. hello.

aliD, your avatar makes me want to break your finger, but your helpful advice on eating out in leeds makes it all okay again.
Sorry i'l make sure i get that corrected straight away. I'm not too keen on the old bape uniform anyymore. Any1 wanna buy that sweat.
El Bongo
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2994 posts since 15/8/06

10 Jun 2010 21:45
I went to Casa Mia in Chapel Allerton, Leeds the other day. Thought it was ace, best Calzone Kiev I've ever had.

Anyway, you can buy vouchers directly off their website at half face value at the moment…


http://shop.casamiaonline.com/events-vouchers-vouchers
Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

10 Jun 2010 21:50
never been to the one in Leeds but if anything like the others will be good…

http://www.gauchorestaurants.co.uk/restaurants/restaurant.php?id=leeds
Dee
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12064 posts since 22/11/07

10 Jun 2010 21:51
just realized how old this thread is!!
bill
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4931 posts since 5/8/09

30 Nov 2014 12:45
Anyone recommend a place for dinner midweek, gastro or something? Gotta be somewhere quiet and relaxed and have decent veggie options on menu.
jeg
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2266 posts since 12/12/01

30 Nov 2014 16:17
bill wrote: Anyone recommend a place for dinner midweek, gastro or something? Gotta be somewhere quiet and relaxed and have decent veggie options on menu.

I've not been as don't live in Leeds - but was interested as Prashad do the food (great Gujarati vege food) and went to the original just outside Bradford - may be a tad too casual for what you are after?
kid unknown
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5492 posts since 8/12/01

posted 30 Nov 2014 17:03, edited 30 Nov 2014 17:03
Arts Cafe
Sous le nez
Shears yard
joe6886
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934 posts since 16/11/08

6 Dec 2021 12:45
Anyone recommend a decent restaurant for this Sunday, want a classic bistro type place. Not flashy just a nice cozy restaurant.

Sous le nez looks ideal as does kendals but neither are open on a Sunday
bruk
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3742 posts since 2/11/06

6 Dec 2021 13:11
Ox Club or Brunswick for a roast
Brunswick is a more of a bar though
joe6886
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934 posts since 16/11/08

6 Dec 2021 13:48
Yeah we normally do ox club but again, not open on a Sunday Roll Eyes