Bottomless brunches are everywhere right now so these boozy daytime dining deals are rapidly giving afternoon teas a run for their money when it comes to popularity and demand. With Leeds’ hospitality scene being so diverse, we doubt it’ll be news to you that the city is awash with restaurants, bars and cafes offering brilliantly boozy brunches. Although not the ideal dining concept for those who like just one or two drinks when eating out, they can be a real bargain for those who seeking a boozy catch-up with friends or an alternative to late-night partying.
Finding one which suits your food preferences and budget can be an insurmountable task when your social feeds are flooded with different offers. Now the concept is really taking off, bottomless brunches are no longer just about eggs, bacon and bubbly – you can now enjoy all types of cuisine alongside copious quantities of booze and they vary in price quite significantly. To help you narrow down your choices and find your next place to get drunk and munch, we’ve compiled a list of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds…
Unit F, West Point, Wellington Street, Leeds LS1 4JJ
With its hip and trendy Hong Kong-inspired interiors and menus of mouthwatering Chinese food, Mans Market is THE place to go for an informal afternoon or evening of authentic and comforting Chinese cuisine. The food available with the bottomless brunch offering at Mans Market is vastly different to most you will find in the city. Available 12 – 6 pm on Saturday and all day Sunday, it’s one of the highest-rated bottomless brunches in Leeds. For £32.50 per person, you get a delicious feast of Chinese favourites plus a whopping 2 hours of bottomless fizz or beer!
Begin with Prawn Crackers and a Mans Sharing Box loaded with tasty starters including Satay Chicken and Prawn Sesame Fingers then, create your own Brunch Box of rice or noodles topped with your choice of main dishes such as Crispy Chilli Beef or Sweet & Sour Chicken. You can also add a side of chips, Salt & Pepper Chips or Brocolli with Chilli and Garlic.
Prefer to wash down this incredible feast with something other than fizz or beer? You can upgrade your bottomless brunch for an additional fee to include unlimited bellinis or cocktails. This one tends to book up fast so we recommend booking weeks in advance to ensure you don’t miss out.
The Lost and Found
12 Greek Street, Leeds LS1 5RN
There are just six The Lost and Found Club venues in the UK and Leeds is lucky enough to be home to two of them. You’ll find one on Greek Street and another on Albion Place – both offer stylish interiors, creative cocktails and menus of delectable, internationally-inspired dishes.
Bottomless brunch at The Lost and Found costs £35 per person and includes any brunch dish of your choosing plus unlimited Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Green Machine, Strawberry & Cucumber Fizz or alcohol-free Italian Spritz.
Menu options include Steak & Eggs, Smashed Avocado on Toast, Smoked Salmon Waffle, Green Shakshuka, Cornflake Chicken Waffle, Tiramisu French Toast and more. As a bottomless brunch is all about overindulging, why not add a side dish to your bottomless brunch too? For an additional fee, you can enhance your tasty main with sides such as Triple Cooked Chips and Truffle & Cheese Hash Browns. Nom nom…
37 Bond Street, Leeds LS1 5BQ
Pizza Punks opened the doors of their Leeds restaurant back in September 2021 and I’ve been a big fan of their perfect pizzas ever since my first visit! By sourcing their sourdough starter from Boudin Bakery in San Francisco and using traditional Neopolitan pizza-making methods, they have created a pizza which is both unique and delicious.
There are loads of delicious toppings combinations to choose from – some traditional and some creative. However, their Create Your Own offering allows you to choose an unlimited number of toppings for just £12. Don’t like pizza? Fear not! Pizza Punks also do some insanely good pasta dishes and you can create your own version of these too.
Bottomless brunch at Pizza Punks is available Monday to Saturday from 11 am until 3 pm plus 11 am until 5 pm on Sunday. This one costs £31.50 per person and includes any pizza or pasta main. Drink choices include Aperol Spritz, Pravha, prosecco and some of their most popular cocktails such as the Drumstick, which I can confirm is delicious!
Sukhothai is by far my favourite place to enjoy authentic Thai cuisine. Opulent interiors, extensive menus of incredibly good food and exceptional service make for a truly wonderful dining experience. I’ve eaten at their Chapel Allerton restaurant and at their exquisite dining spot in the city centre – both were faultless. My most recent visit was indeed to try out the bottomless brunch offering and it was superb!
With unlimited amounts of booze offered for a fixed sum, bottomless brunches can often be a rowdy affair but that wasn’t my experience at Sukhothai. Available every Saturday and Sunday at the stunning Leeds city centre restaurant, Sukhothai’s bottomless brunch is priced at £35 per person and you get Thai Prawn Crackers to share and then either a 2-course lunch or a platter comprising 3 Thai tapas dishes of your choosing.
The bottomless brunch menu is one of the most extensive we’ve come across with curries, stir-fries, bao buns, fish cakes, satays and salads plus many other delicious starters, mains and tapas dishes to choose from. I can highly recommend the Crispy Prawns which are available as part of both the 2-course offering and the tapas selection.
There are also plenty of drink options with this one and you can order as many as you like within your 90-minute slot. Wash down your Thai Green Curry with unlimited Singha Beer, house wine, jasmine tea, fruit juices and soft drinks or pair your perfectly presented platter of deliciousness with copious glasses of prosecco or a few fruity cocktails.
Granary Wharf, Leeds LS1 4BR
One of the few bottomless brunches in Leeds that you can enjoy beside floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views across the city! Sky Lounge is situated at Granary Wharf and is an excellent choice for those seeking a memorable bottomless brunch for a special occasion or celebration. The contemporary and sophisticated interiors provide the perfect setting for daytime dining and drinking and their roof terrace is a glorious suntrap during those warmer months.
Bottomless brunch at Sky Lounge is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 am until 4 pm. Priced at £39 per person on Saturdays and £30 on Sundays, you get two courses plus 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, cocktails, selected spirits and hot drinks. Begin with a sharing platter of continental meats and cheeses then choose a main course from a selection of brunch classics such as Chicken ‘n’ Waffles, Eggs Benedict and Posh Beans on Toast. The guaranteed rooftop views of the city, make this one of the most unforgettable bottomless brunches in Leeds!
5 Greek Street, Leeds LS1 5RW
If the photo above doesn’t convince you that Neighbourhood on Greek Street does a fantastic brunch, I don’t know what will! This vibrant city centre restaurant offers ambient dining during the day and at night transforms into a must-visit party destination with live entertainment and terrific cocktails.
Bottomless brunch at Neighbourhood on Greet Street is served Friday to Sunday and costs £35 per person. As is the case with all the food menus at Neighbourhood, there’s an array of globally inspired dishes to choose from so there’s something to suit all tastes. Transport your tastebuds across the pond and indulge in the American favourites, Chicken Waffles or Pancake Stacks. Those who prefer a taste of home can opt for 28-day ages British steak with salted fries and peppercorn sauce or a buttered English muffin topped with Eggs Florentine, Benedict or Royale. Vegetarians are well catered for too as there are seven brilliant veggie dishes to choose from.
As regards drinks, Neighbourhood offers a great selection as part of their bottomless brunch offering, Wash down your brunch of choice with unlimited prosecco, gin, pink gin, rum, beer or seasonal cocktails.
6 Greek Street, Leeds LS1 5RW
This uber-trendy bar and diner on Leeds’ Greek Street serves mouthwateringly good Southeast Asian street food and a menu of innovative cocktails. A popular spot with both daytime diners and party revellers, this vibrant venue offers a bottomless brunch from Friday to Sunday between the hours of 12 pm and 4 pm. Priced at £35 per person, bottomless brunch at Bar Soba must be booked in advance and a £5 deposit is required per person.
The menu isn’t particularly long but, with Bar Soba specializing in Asian fusion dishes, there is a varied selection of dishes to choose from including noodle dishes, curries, bao buns and burgers. Choose one main dish and you’ll get 90 minutes of unlimited beer, prosecco or cocktails. If a main dish isn’t enough to soak up the copious amounts of booze, you can add a side of loaded fries for an additional charge.
Toronto Square, 2 City Square, Leeds LS1 2ES
Just a stone’s throw away from Leeds’ train station is the super stylish Banyan. Located in the city’s Old Post Office building, it’s a contemporary bar and kitchen serving globally inspired dishes throughout the day.
This is widely considered to be one of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds so be sure to book ahead to secure a slot! Bottomless brunch at Banyan costs £34.95 per head and you get 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks. Options include prosecco, Coors and the rather dreamy-sounding Poached Pear Spritz. Like all good bottomless brunch menus, the one at Banyan caters for those seeking a typical brunch dish as well as those wanting something more suited to afternoon dining.
Soak up those Bloody Marys with Breakfast Hash, satisfy that sweet tooth with a generous serving of French Toast or spice things up with an Onion Bhaji Wrap. A side of sweet potato fries can be added for an additional £1.50.
31 King Street, Leeds LS1 2HL
If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch in Leeds to enjoy as a large group or for a special celebration, we highly recommend checking out this brilliant brunch offering at Dirty Martini. Rather than choosing a main course from a short menu, your group will be presented with a highly Instagrammable feast served in glamourous birdcages.
Available Wednesday to Sunday, the standard price for a Martini Brunch is £37.50 and includes 90 minutes of bottomless martinis, prosecco, beer or gin. There are four birdcage options available (Regular, Vegan, Regular Non-Gluten Containing and Vegan Non-Gluten Containing) so do state which you would prefer when making a booking.
Menus at Dirty Martini change seasonally but the brunch birdcages always comprise a varied selection of delicious small plates and hot nibbles you can share at the table whilst catching up on the latest goss and watching those empty glasses stack up!
All Bar One
27 East Parade, Leeds LS1 5BN
All Bar One is a popular casual drinking and dining spot in Leeds city centre which has recently had a bit of a makeover. The new-look restaurant provides the perfect setting for a post-work get-together or an afternoon of conversation and cocktails.
Unlike the majority of bottomless brunches in Leeds, this one is available seven days a week. Priced at £30 per person, bottomless brunch at All Bar One includes 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco, Aperol Spritz, G&Ts or flavoured daiquiris. You can upgrade for an additional £10pp to add Porn Star Martinis, Espresso Martinis and Long Island Iced Teas to your drinks options.
As regards food, the menu mainly comprises brunch classics like a Full Breakfast, Eggs Royale and French Toast but there are a number of heartier mains such as burgers and quesadillas too. Additional sides average at around £4 each.
Electric Press, Leeds LS1 3DW
Tom Zanetti’s new drinking, dining and dancing venue opened just last year and is now one of the best party spots in the city. Boasting striking interiors, an immersive atmosphere and an impressive small plates menu of globally inspired dishes, Playroom is a somewhat unique venue for bottomless brunch in Leeds.
Bottomless brunch at Playroom is available on Saturdays at 3 pm, 5 pm and 7 pm. Being served later in the day than most, it’s a great way to kick-start a night out in Leeds! For £34.95 per person, diners can enjoy unlimited drinks plus a sharing platter filled with some of their most popular menu items including Chicken Skewers and Sticky Beef Sliders. Drink options include vodka, gin, rum, prosecco, Desperados and mocktails.
Served in one of the trendiest party places in the city, there’s plenty to keep you entertained as you drink and dine including music from Leeds’ top DJs and some devilishly good performers.
Unit 1, & 2, Little Neville Street, Leeds LS1 4ED
I’ve never tried the bottomless brunch at Canal Club but I did get to try a few of their small plates and cocktails towards the end of last year. It’s a trendy city-centre drinking and dining destination with funky interiors and a carefully crafted menu of international small plates. Bottomless brunch at Canal Club is only available on Saturdays and bank holidays so it tends to book up rather quickly. Like a few others we have included on this list, a small deposit is required in order to secure your booking.
Being one of Leeds’ hottest drinking spots, Canal Club accepts bookings for bottomless brunch up until 8 pm and it’s a great way to kick-start your Saturday night shenanigans! For £34.95 per person, you can choose one dish from their short but sweet bottomless brunch menu to enjoy alongside unlimited fizz, lager or selected cocktails. The food options are a Trio of Sliders, Chicken & Halloumi Skewers, Mini Fish & Chips, Jackfruit Quesadilla and Pesto or Arribiatta Gnocchi. Not a great deal of choice but everything is done well, their cocktails are fabulous and they have some of Leeds’ best DJs playing the latest house anthems.
229 Woodhouse Lane, Woodhouse, Leeds LS2 3AP
A popular choice with students due to its close proximity to the main Leeds Uni campus, bottomless brunch at The Library in Woodhouse starts at just £25 per person. If you haven’t gathered already, the majority of bottomless brunches in Leeds cost £30 – £35 so this is ideal for those on a tighter budget. Not only is this one far cheaper than most, you also get two hours of unlimited booze rather than the usual 90 minutes and the food menu is one of the most extensive we’ve seen!
Food preferences vary so it can be difficult to cater to all tastes when eating out as a group but this one is brilliant for large parties. There are classic breakfast dishes like a traditional Full English, a Breakfast Wrap, Smashed Avo on Toast plus waffles topped with fried chicken and maple syrup or smothered in Nutella and then sprinkled with Biscoff pieces.
Those who have already eaten breakfast can opt for a more lunch-appropriate dish such as a burger or a pizza. Pay an additional £5 to upgrade your bottomless brunch and you can order one of their more premium mains such as The Might Meat pizza, Hotter Than Hell-oumi burger or bottomless wings! They’re not too stingy with the drinks either. Options for these include prosecco, lager, cider and a few of their own cocktail creations. An absolute bargain!
Revolucion de Cuba
64-68 Call Lane, Leeds LS1 6DT
It’s all about the vibes at this Cuban-inspired bar in Leeds city centre! For a bottomless brunch with a delicious Latin twist, book yourself a table for Revolucion de Cuba! My husband and I had a brilliant time last time we visited this lively Leeds favourite and thoroughly enjoyed the food too. Bottomless brunch at the fabulous Rev de Cuba costs £30pp and is so much more than eggs, bacon and bubbles. The menu is packed with flavoursome dishes offering a taste of Havana and the drinks options are slightly different to the usual offerings too.
Tuck into their Cuban-style version of the classic Eggs Benedict, turn up the heat with their Chorizo Hash or tackle an indulgent tower of pancakes, churros, strawberries and bananas, generously drizzled with a sticky rum caramel. The included drinks options are prosecco, lager and a range of cocktail favourites. You can also upgrade to include some of their premium cocktails such as my favourite, the Pineapple Daiquiri.
31-33 East Parade, Leeds LS1 5PS
My most recent bottomless brunch was at the consistently superb North American-inspired restaurant, Blackhouse. I initially visited this celebrated steakhouse last year and was blown away by the succulent cuts of meat and scrumptious side dishes so jumped at the chance to try out their bottomless brunch a few days ago. Priced at £36.50 per person, it’s one of the higher-priced bottomless brunches in Leeds so I was keen to see what made this one worth that little bit extra.
You get one main of their bottomless brunch menu plus 90 minutes of unlimited house wine, prosecco or bottles of Heineken. The menu isn’t the most extensive but there’s something to suit most tastes and dietary requirements.
I opted for the Steak Sandwich (as pictured) and it was genuinely delicious. Strips of seared rump steak with Burnt Onion Mayo and melting cheese sandwiched between two slices of chewy ciabatta. For those who aren’t tomato intolerant like me, it also comes with a little jug of chop gravy which is perfect for dipping those crispy fries in. My husband opted for the Fish & Chips and it was probably the best we have had in a restaurant. The batter was insanely good and the portion was more than generous.
What made this one stand out, besides the great quality food, was the astonishing rate at which our drinks were topped up or replaced. We both started with prosecco and our glasses were filled up at least 3 times before we started eating. I then switched to red wine as it’s my preferred drink when eating red meat. I may have lost count at some point but I am certain I was given at least 3 glasses before I had to decline further drinks.
This is definitely one I would do again! Some bottomless brunches can be a bit rowdy but the Blackhouse’s charming ambience remained the same throughout our visit. It’s a winner!
Fleur Restaurant and Bar
The Light, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 8TL
Commonly considered to be one of Leeds’ most Instragrammable restaurants, Fleur offers a brilliant bottomless brunch in the prettiest of settings. It’s so good, in fact, it made the top 3 bottomless brunches in the Leeds Oliver Awards. The food at Fleur is often as beautifully presented as the restaurant itself so this bottomless brunch comes with plenty of selfie and Instagram reel opportunites.
Available Tuesday to Sunday between 11 am and 4 pm, bottomless brunch at Fleur costs £29.95 with unlimited prosecco or £35.95 with unlimited prosecco, lager, wine and cocktails. You can choose one brunch dish from a short menu of dishes which have all been given a creative uplift by combining classically British composition with flavours from across the globe.
Their signature French Toast is a firm favourite for many and is served with a berry compote, strawberry, cream, maple syrup and a dusting of rose gold. Savoury options include Chicken Keema with Fried Egg & Cheese Naan, Californian Eggs and, Tofu on Smashed Avocado Toast. If none of the standard dishes meets your brunchtime requirements, you can upgrade for an additional £4.95 and order Tagliatelle with Crispy Chicken or King Prawn Udon Noodles.
14, The Light, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 8TL
Indulge in the flavours of the Caribbean with a boozy brunch at this colourful beach-style restaurant. Turtle Bay is a brilliant all-day-dining destination with numerous venues scattered around the UK. The chain is a big hit with families so expect a lively atmosphere, fun decor and a varied menu of exciting dishes.
Available Saturdays until 3 pm and Sunday to Friday until 5 pm, the bottomless brunch at Turtle Bay is priced from £32 and includes a generous two hours of unlimited prosecco, Red Stripe, cocktails and mocktails. Unlike the vast majority of bottomless brunches in Leeds, this one doesn’t limit you to a select range of cocktails – you can choose any from their extensive menu of classic cocktails and Caribbean-inspired creations.
Bottomless brunches can order any breakfast, brunch, burger or roti dish from the Turtle Bay menu or upgrade their brunch for an extra £4.30 to have any jerk dish, soul food item, curry or Buddha bowl. The last time I visited, I ordered the Kingston Fried Chicken from the Soul Food selection and it was truly delicious! The succulent and juicy chicken thighs with a seriously spicy coating paired perfectly with one of their rum-based fruity cocktails.
Unit 3 Cloth Hall Street, Leeds LS1 2HD
Another brilliant chain restaurant offering a boozy brunch comprising colourful cocktails and exotic flavours is the brilliant Las Iguanas near Leeds Corn Exchange. The cocktails here are lovely and I’m not ashamed to say I have indulged on more than one occasion during shopping excursions.
Bottomless Brunch at Las Iguanas is available throughout the week from 11 am and costs £31.95 per person. Again, you get two hours of bottomless booze with this one and the available drinks include Corona, prosecco, cocktails and mocktails. You don’t have to stick to the same drink for the whole two hours so it’s the perfect opportunity to try those you haven’t tried before.
As regards food, you can order any main from their bottomless brunch menu which comprises brunch-sized versions of their most popular dishes. Las Iguanas is a Latin American restaurant so expect a menu of Mexican favourites and classic dishes with a spicy twist. You can also add any dessert from their a la carte menu for an additional £5.
SALT Leeds City
27-26 East Parade, Leeds LS1 2AJ
This bottomless brunch in Leeds is quite unusual as, rather than choosing a main dish from a set menu, you get a cheese and charcuterie board to share as a group. We tried this one last year and it made a refreshing change. Designed for a casual afternoon of conversation over nibbles and craft beer, bottomless brunch at SALT Leeds City costs £34.95 per person and you get the most delicious sharing board of gourmet cheeses and excellent quality charcuterie from The Cheesy Living co plus crackers, olives and more.
Okay, so a sharing board may not seem like enough food for the amount you pay for this one but everything is excellent quality and you get locally brewed craft beers rather than mass-produced bottled lagers. It’s definitely worth it!
The Industrial-themed bar is the only SALT venue in the city offering a bottomless brunch so if you like the idea of unlimited beer and two hours of tasty nibbles, get yourself booked in for this unique and beautifully boozy brunch.
Wellington Place, Whitehall Road, Leeds LS1 4AW
Hoist House is the first independent pub to open in Leeds’ brand new urban quarter, Wellington Place. Being a pub, it’s a relatively simple menu at Hoist House, mainly comprising burgers, pizzas gyros and a number of small plates. However, their bottomless brunch, which is available daily, is priced at £30 pp and it isn’t just the drinks which are bottomless. With this bottomless brunch in Leeds, you can enjoy unlimited food too!
There are 12 different pizzas to choose from and you can eat them until your heart’s content as you sip your way through 90 minutes of unlimited drinks. Nothing soaks up the booze quite like pizza and there are numerous alcoholic drinks on offer with this bottomless brunch! You can, of course, only order one drink per person at a time but you can drink house wine, prosecco, gin, vodka, rum, lager, cider, bellinis, passionfruit martinis and more.
IF Up North
43 Call Lane, Leeds LS1 7BT
IF Up North is a welcoming cafe on Call Lane with homely interiors and a brilliant all-day brunch menu. They’ve been serving all-day brunch since opening in 2016 and everything is made using fresh, locally sourced produce. Their bottomless brunch is served across the road at sister venue, If At Night, at costs £25 per person. You get 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco, mimosas or beer plus any brunch dish from their menu. If Up North require a £10 deposit upon booking but all deposits are deducted from your bill on the day.
The brunch menu at If Up North predominantly comprises your typical breakfast-type options like Full English, Brunch Burritos, Eggs Your Way, Toast and Granola but there are a few more lunch-appropriate options too. If you’ve had your fill of eggs and want something a bit different, opt for their delicious White Truffle Risotto, Israeli Cous-Cous Salad or a Steak Sandwich with fries.
They also do American pancake stacks with five different topping choices. We particularly like the sound of the pancakes topped with Yorkshire fudge, toffee sauce, banana and honeycomb.
Additional sides range between £1.50 and £3.50 and there are plenty of veggie and vegan options on the menu too.
1 Albion Place, Leeds LS1 6JL
There are Bill’s Restaurants scattered all around the UK and the brand is most loved for its breakfasts and brunches. An excellent casual dining spot in the heart of Leeds city centre, Bill’s at Albion Place offers a brilliant bottomless pancakes deal that kids adore, but for grown-up brunching, they offer bottomless prosecco for just £18.50 with any main or brunch dish.
The £18.50 is for the bottomless bubbles only – you still have to pay the cost of any food you order from their menu. I visited Bills’ Leeds restaurant last year and couldn’t fault the food or the service. As with all bottomless brunches, it’s only good value if you’re going to have more than a couple of drinks. Otherwise, you’re better off paying for drinks individually. I had the Eggs Benedict with fries and it was really enjoyable. I somehow had room for dessert too and that was as pretty as it was tasty. The additional fee for the bottomless prosecco was well worth it too as our servers kept our glasses topped up throughout the 90 minutes, without us having to request refills.
This offer is available every Saturday and Sunday between 11 am and 5 pm. Booking in advance is advised.
Revolution Electric Press
41 Cookridge Street, Leeds LS2 3AW
Revolution Electric Press is a quirky cocktail bar on Cookridge Street. It’s a brilliant venue with multiple seating areas for drinking and dining, including a gorgeous indoor courtyard which is a wonderful space in which to catch up with friends on a sunny afternoon.
Revolution Electric Press is one of just a handful of Leeds venues that give you two hours of unlimited drinks with bottomless brunch. A standard bottomless brunch at Revolution Electric Press costs £30 per person and includes two whole hours of Aperol Spritz, Disaronno Fizz, Amstel, Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Blank Canvas cocktails or vodka, lime and soda. You can upgrade for an additional £10 to include a range of premium drinks too.
As regards food, you can order any dish from their brunch menu and this includes a brilliant Brunch Grill and Fried Chicken and Bacon Waffles. For an additional £2.50, you can upgrade your bottomless brunch and order any burger from their menu instead.
11 Merrion Street, Leeds LS1 6PQ
You’ll find this glamourous New York-inspired bar in Leeds’ Northern Quarter. Set across two stylish floors, it’s a must-visit for cocktail lovers. Served daily until 4 pm, bottomless brunch at Manahatta on Merrion Street is priced at £34.95 per person and includes a brunch dish plus unlimited prosecco, Bloody Mary, Aperol Spritz, Strawberry Spritz, Apricot & Grapefruit Spritz, Orchard Apple Spritz or pints of Coors.
There are six delicious dishes to choose from if paying the standard £34.95, including Breakfast Hash, Chicken and Bacon Stack and a stack of buttermilk pancakes topped with chocolate sauce, peanut butter, hazelnuts, whipped cream and Reece’s Mini Cups. For an additional £5,, you can upgrade and choose one of their Uptown options. These include burgers, bao buns, 9-inch hotdogs and more. We love the sound of this menu and Manahatta provides plenty of party vibes on the side!
Building 6 Wellington Place, Whitehall Road, Leeds LS1 4EQ
Mad Frans is another newcomer to Leeds’ hospitality scene. Located at the trendy new development, Wellington Place, it’s a friendly bar and kitchen with industrial-style interiors, an affordable fine dining a la carte menu and brilliant casual weekend dining options. All food at Mad Frans is prepared using the best possible produce and their chefs are classically trained so expect high-quality food regardless of what time of day you choose to dine.
Bottomless brunch at Mad Frans is available 12 – 4 pm Saturdays and 12 – 5 pm Sundays. Priced at a reasonable £29.95, it includes 90 minutes of unlimited lager, wine, prosecco or Aperol Spritz. For an additional £5, you can upgrade to include a range of cocktails, house spirits and bottles of Bud or Corona.
The food menu for bottomless brunch at Mad Frans is extensive and packed with tasty options. There really is something to suit everyone with burgers, loaded fries, salads plus classic mains such as Fish & Chips, Sirloin Steak (+£6) and Chicken Tikka Flatbread. In total, there are twenty different dishes to choose from plus a number of scrumptious sides if you’re happy to pay a little extra.
Slug & Lettuce
24-28 Boar Lane, Leeds LS1 5DA
The first Slug & Lettuce opened in 1985 and there are now more than 70 venues nationwide. Slug & Lettuce on Leeds’ Boar Lane is a large and lively drinking and dining venue serving up an eclectic array of simple dishes from morning until night.
The Slug & Lettuce bottomless brunch costs £30 per person for any brunch dish and a whopping two hours of unlimited drinks such as prosecco, pints of Amstel and Bloody Marys. For an extra £10, you can upgrade your brunch to include bottomless Pornstar Martinis, however, all members of the group must upgrade.
Food options include all the breakfast classics like Eggs Benedict, Avo on Toast, Pancakes and a Full English Breakfast but there are premium options available too if you’re willing to pay an extra £3. This upgrade allows you to choose from a range of burgers, subs and wraps, all served with fries
El Gato Negro
35 Park Row, Leeds LS1 5JL
If you like tapas, you’ll love the bottomless tapas deal at El Gato Negro. Founded by acclaimed Chef, Simon Shaw, there are currently only three El Gato Negro restaurants in the UK and Leeds is lucky enough to be home to one of them.
Rather than choosing one typically British brunch-style dish and washing it down with unlimited Pornstars, you get to enjoy three authentic Spanish tapas dishes plus 90 minutes of Sangria, Aperol Spritz, Estrella, Cerveza, Cava or Bellinis. Whilst they can’t promise you sunshine, the team at El Gato Negro can guarantee an enjoyable afternoon of authentic Spanish flavours and a jolly good time!
Tipsy Tapas is available every Saturday and costs £35 per person. There a seventeen different tapas dishes to choose from including Crispy fried baby squid, Salt cod croquettes, Jamón serrano with celeriac rémoulade, Patatas bravas, and Chorizo Iberico Bellotta with baby artichokes. A truly delicious bottomless offering!
Tavassoli’s Cafe And Grill
14 New Briggate, Leeds LS1 6NU
Tavassoli’s is a casual city centre eatery serving up Greek-inspired dishes to eat in or take away. This one stood out to us, partly due to the simplicity of their offer and partly because we absolutely love gyros! The street food favourite can be found at festivals, food markets and, of course, at charming little dining spots such as Tavassioli’s but rarely do you see such authentic ones as part of a bottomless brunch deal.
Priced at £40 per person, his deliciously different bottomless brunch is available at Tavassoli’s Cafe every day except Wednesday and at their sister venue, Tavassoli’s Bar on weekends only. To secure a slot a non-refundable £10 deposit is required.
You can choose any classic Greek gyros from their menu with filling options including chicken, pork, halloumi and falafel plus a choice of sauces. During your 90 minutes of drinking time, you can order unlimited beer, G&Ts, prosecco or cocktails. The cocktail options are pretty good with fruity, floral and spicy creations available. This one must be booked in advance and you can do so here.
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