Eat Leeds Restaurant Week returns to the city this summer with specially crafted menus ranging from £5, £10, £15, £20, or £25. Running from Monday 15 – Sunday 21 August, customers can dine for less at a select number of Eat Leeds’ eateries across the city.
As a city which has a reputation for being one of the UK’s best food scenes, Eat Leeds Restaurant Week returns for 2022, inviting audiences to dine out at some of the city’s outstanding food and drink venues. As part of a week-long celebration, customers will have the opportunity to tuck into and enjoy specially crafted, exclusive menus ranging from £5-£25.
Managed by Eat Leeds, Restaurant Week provides customers with the opportunity to taste what’s on offer at restaurants across the city. To try flavours from across the world, and tuck into a variety of cuisines, as well as encourage a broader audience to the city. From fine dining to popular pubs, tasty street food, or good old grub served on a sun-soaked terrace, the week-long event is designed with every diner’s needs in mind, served with an affordable price tag.
More than 30 restaurants have been confirmed for Restaurant Week 2022 so far, which include: Issho, full of delicious contemporary Japanese dishes, and steaks in the city at Blackhouse. Also taking part, Ambiente Tapas, which guarantees modern twists on classic Spanish tapas dishes, Leeds’ most Instagrammable restaurant Fleur and new-age Chinese Restaurant Mans Market. Plus, two Gusto restaurants, two Zaap restaurants, and two Manahatta venues, to name a few, capturing all the different cuisine available across Leeds.
Amy Rolinson, Manager of Eat Leeds said: “The Leeds food scene is thriving and the city has a reputation for being the foodie capital of the north. So, with that being said, what better way to showcase our city’s tremendous food scene than with a week-long celebration of fantastic food offerings, giving Leeds foodies the chance to taste what’s on offer across Leeds.
“Plus, Restaurant Week can play a crucial role in boosting the city’s economy during the summer holidays and restaurants traditionally quieter periods, attracting more visitors to Leeds by creating exclusive dining opportunities at an affordable cost.”
Previous Eat Leeds Restaurant Weeks saw a total of £198,000 income generated with 91% of attendees stating they would be more likely to eat out in Leeds again soon. This year, Restaurant Week is expected to bring more footfall in and around the city, with the aim of attracting both locals and people from the surrounding area to Leeds.
Customers are now able to redeem and book their Restaurant Week offers via the Eat Leeds website. As these curated menus are limited edition and available only from Monday 15 – Sunday 21 August, customers are encouraged to book early to secure their tables and to avoid disappointment.
Vouchers are available to redeem here: https://eatleeds.co.uk/offer/restaurant-week/
For more information, visit Eat Leeds’ website here: https://eatleeds.co.uk/