Found within the ever-popular bar, Headrow House, Ox Club is a relatively new restaurant, having been founded just three years ago in 2015. Since founding, it’s developed an outstanding reputation for its creatively crafted and ever-changing menu which centres around the art of grilling.
Their menu is as creative as its surroundings and has a distinctive feel of the alternative. Their focus on flavour is evident and their unusual combinations are guaranteed to excite those adventurous eaters among you. If you had any questions about their quality, their inclusion within the Good Food Guide 2019 gives you a resounding answer.
Eating at Ox Club is an intriguing experience, and you can see their passionate chefs at work within their open kitchen. As well as a host of outstanding reviews from food critics from all disciplines, they received a glowing review from Jay Rayner, who works for The Guardian.
Their menu is affordable with starters ranging from £7 and mains from £18 to £24. They also offer a Prix Frixe menu, where you can enjoy three courses and a side for less than £20… bargain! As you may expect, being found within one of the coolest bars in Leeds, there’s a great selection of beverages available.