Eat Leeds Restaurant Week Returns with Exclusive Menus of £5 to £25!

Eat Leeds Restaurant Week is back this February, running from Monday 19to Sunday 25February, promising a culinary extravaganza with specially crafted menus ranging from £5 to £25. This year’s initiative invites customers to dine out on mouth-watering menus at a select number of bars, restaurants, and cafes across the city as part of a weeklong event.

More than 25 restaurants have signed up so far to this year’s Eat Leeds Restaurant Week, with more expected to confirm ahead of the weeklong event. Some of the participating restaurants involved so far include; The Alchemist, where customers can indulge in a selection of creative dishes, with 2 courses for £15 and 3 courses for £20, I Am Döner, for award-winning Berlin döner kebabs for £5, and the choice of 2 courses for £20 or 3 courses for £25 at authentic Michellin recommended Keralan restaurant, Tharavadu. Mans Market also joins the lineup with modern Chinese cuisine priced at £15, £20 and £25.  

Tharavadu (left). I Am Doner (right).

Managed by Eat Leeds, Restaurant Week with support from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, aims to increase footfall into Leeds and boost the regional economy by inviting customers to revisit old favourites or discover a new restaurant in the city. These exclusive menus are available for one week only, providing locals with significant savings whilst indulging in delicious culinary experiences.

Amy Rolinson, Manager of Eat Leeds, expressed excitement about the upcoming event, stating, “We’re thrilled to bring back Eat Leeds Restaurant Week, offering diverse menus to cater to every taste and budget. This initiative not only supports our local restaurants, but also provides an affordable and delicious experience for diners.”

The Alchemist (left). Tharavadu (middle). The Alchemist (right).

To secure a table and take advantage of the exclusive Eat Leeds Restaurant Week menus, customers are advised to head to the Eat Leeds website, browse the list of participant restaurants, download a Restaurant Week voucher for your chosen restaurant, and book a table directly. As these curated menus are limited edition and available only from Monday 19 – Sunday 25 February, early reservations are encouraged to avoid disappointment.

Join us in celebrating the vibrant culinary scene of Leeds during Eat Leeds Restaurant Week, where tasty savings meet exceptional dining experiences.

For more information and to explore participating venues, visit Eat Leeds’ website: https://eatleeds.co.uk/

About Eat Leeds

Eat Leeds Restaurant Week Mans Market

Food at Mans Market

Eat Leeds is a membership-led organisation of key restaurants, cafes, bars, and eateries within and around the city of Leeds. The association is run by Bonner and Hindley; a Leeds-based Tourism and Hospitality marketing agency.

In 2017 Eat Leeds Restaurant Week was established to celebrate the city’s outstanding food and drink scene, giving Leeds foodies the chance to taste what’s on offer at restaurants across the city. The association now brings its audiences a whole host of exciting events, offers, and members to the city throughout the year, ranging from Cocktail Week, and Veganuary, to Yorkshire Day and more.

Eat Leeds Restaurant Week is part-funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-shared-prosperity-fund-prospectus

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