Fancy a delicious meal without breaking the bank on a bottle of wine? This cultural spot has got you sorted. From stunning steakhouses to Indian eateries serving up authentic plates, the city has a plethora of hubs that offer free corkage. Avoid paying hiked-up prices on booze with the very best BYOB restaurants in Leeds.
Seeking BYOB restaurants in Leeds city centre? Every Monday, Gaucho offers free corkage for those who dine in. Nab a leather booth, where you'll get to dig into a melt-in-the-mouth steak accompanied by a plethora of flavour-packed sides. Think sauteed broccoli, truffle mac 'n' cheese, creamed mashed potatoes or BBQ baby gem lettuce.
Whipping up a fusion of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes, Blue Tiger has earned quite a reputation over the years. Step inside this cosy venue, where you'll get to quaff your own bevvies at no extra cost before exploring the mouthwatering menu. Our favourite dish? It has to be the tandoori grilled tiger prawns coated in a spicy Lahori pesto and tangy homemade yogurt.
Nan's Thai Malaysian Cafe
For just £1 per person, Nan's Thai Malaysian Cafe is one of the best bring your own booze restaurants in Leeds. Better yet, everything on the menu is also budget-friendly. Start off your meal with spicy fishcakes covered in crushed peanuts and a sweet chilli sauce, followed by a range of vegetable-loaded noodles dishes and soups.
La Besi Leeds
If you fancy an authentic taste of Italy, La Besi has exactly what you need. Established in 2005, this family-run Clarendon Road destination delivers hearty plates in a laid-back setting. And when the sun's shining? Come prepared with a bottle of pinot and enjoy seafood pasta on the vitamin D-soaked terrace.
Jino's Thai Cafe
You can always rely on Jino's Thai Cafe Leeds for fragrant curries and sharing platters. To BYOB here, all you need to do is spend £15 per person on a delicious range of dishes. Whether you're in the mood for vegetable gyozas served alongside a dark soy dipping sauce or an aromatic tom yam soup, this venue is bound to hit the spot.
Situated in the heart of Ockley, M'deena has some of the tastiest Lebanese and Moroccan food in the area, alongside free corkage. Devour a range of mezze and sharing platters, from the likes of cheese boreks to hummus and baba ghanouj. As for mains? You'll certainly want to try out the tagines, which are slow-cooked to perfection and served with couscous or vermicelli rice quinoa.
Flaunting quirky interiors, such as exposed brick walls, tiles and wood furnishings, Bab Tooma is the ideal venue for all occasions. You can bring your own booze here for free to slurp with a vibrant array of Levantine cuisine that's cooked on the grill. Dishes include succulent lamb chops, falafel, kebabs, flaky fish and baklawa ice cream.
Kuala Lumpur Cafe
With free corkage and a 10% discount for students and NHS staff, Kuala Lumpur Cafe is great for those after a low-cost meal. Go on a culinary trip across Malaysia at this popular eatery, which has been inspired by the country's diverse selection of dishes. On top of that, there are also plenty of plant-based bites, like deep-fried tofu served and dark soy curries.
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