11-15 Wharf Street, Leeds LS2 7EH
Shears Yard is a sophisticated restaurant found in the heart of Leeds city centre. It is often cited as one of the best restaurants in Leeds, offering an eclectic menu of carefully crafted dishes in a modern and beautifully decorated surrounding. They’ve become well known for their varied offering as well as a variety of events such as their gin tasting experience.
Shears Yard Menus
Shears Yard is well renowned for its creative, well-crafted and regularly changing tasting menu, which includes the likes of Mushrooms, Truffle, Jerusalem Artichoke, Kale; Escabeche of octopus, Saffron Aioli, Parma ham; Shrimp toast,
Shears Yard has become well known for its Bottomless Brunch offering. Suitable for groups of up to 25, for £25 a head you can choose a dish from their regularly changing brunch menu and an hour and a half of unlimited drinks such as Spritz, Guest Ale, Amstel and various others
As well as their tasting menu and bottomless brunch menu’s they also offer a more traditional dinner menu which is centred around celebrating British cuisine and focuses on using the best local ingredients available. Dishes on the menu change regularly but includes the likes of Dry aged rib eye steak, jerusalem artichokes, umami butter, fried cabbage (£25) and Sea bass fillet, chickpea dhal, carrots with orange and onion seed, coriander yoghurt (£17.50.)
Shears Yard can often be found on the top of lists about the best Sunday lunches in Leeds and this is a testament to their wonderful Sunday offering which includes a variety of high quality meats as well options for vegetarians.
Service At Shears Yard
Another positive to Shears Yard is the service. In 2017, one reviewer said “First off, the staff deserve special mention because they were excellent throughout. They were friendly, knowledgeable and dealt with my allergy concerns confidently. They even talked expertly about the wine list.
You might think this would be a given but I’ve lost count of the times I’ve been in a restaurant and asked the waiter about a certain wine only to be greeted by a blank