Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure without breaking the bank as Eat Leeds Restaurant Week returns from Monday 19th to Sunday 25th February 2024. This exciting weeklong event promises an array of specially crafted menus priced between an enticing £5 and £25, inviting food enthusiasts to indulge in the diverse flavours offered by some of the city’s top restaurants, cafes, and bars.
With over 25 restaurants already on board and more expected to join, the spotlight is on affordability without compromising on taste. Participating establishments include The Alchemist, where two courses are available for just £15 and three courses for £20. I Am Döner offers its award-winning Berlin döner kebabs at a wallet-friendly £5, while Tharavadu, a Michelin-recommended Keralan restaurant, presents a tempting two-course menu for £20 and a three-course option for £25. Mans Market adds to the mix with modern Chinese cuisine at £15, £20, and £25.
Managed by Eat Leeds and supported by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, Restaurant Week aims to stimulate the local economy by encouraging diners to explore the city’s culinary scene. The exclusive menus, available for one week only, provide an excellent opportunity for locals to enjoy significant savings while relishing diverse culinary experiences.
Amy Rolinson, Manager of Eat Leeds, expressed her 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.”
To secure a table and make the most of these exclusive Eat Leeds Restaurant Week menus, visit the Eat Leeds website. Browse the list of participating restaurants, download a Restaurant Week voucher for your chosen spot, and book a table directly. With these curated menus available for just one week, from Monday 19 to Sunday 25 February, early reservations are recommended to ensure you don’t miss out on this delectable, budget-friendly feast.