Restaurants In Leeds City Centre

From buzzy Trinity to the stunning Victoria Quarter and historic Corn Exchange, this city is jam-packed with tasty eateries for shoppers and late-night revellers alike. Whether you're looking for a quick bite to eat or somewhere more intimate come a special occasion, our top picks of restaurants in Leeds city centre are sure to hit the spot.

Last updated on 17th January 2023

Found near the station, inside the landmark Old Post Office building, Restaurant Bar & Grill is about as central as it gets for a restaurant round these parts. Better yet, the dining space is stunning, while the menu of British and pan-Asian fare is sure to wow in equal measure.

If you love fusion food, then you'll definitely be impressed with Casa Leeds and their amazing Colombian, Venezuelan, Peruvian and Mexican bites. Fancy a cocktail? Sip on the signature house fuego negro martini, a take on the classic espresso.

Veeno Leeds

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Italian restaurants don't get much better than Veeno, a Leeds city centre spot that's dedicated to wine, fresh pasta and antipasti. This relaxed spot feels romantic and rustic, making it ideal come date night or wanting to find your next favourite bottle.

Riva Blu - Leeds

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When in need of Italian restaurants in Leeds city centre, look no further than Riva Blu on Park Row. Not only does this gorgeous spot have a gentle colour palette and hanging flowers, but also a range of Italian dishes to keep pasta, pizza and meat-lovers happy.

The Box Leeds

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The Box Leeds is a brilliant place to while away an afternoon with your mates. As well as regular sports screenings, a huge drinks offering and a selection of Mexican street food, the venue also hosts shuffleboard tournaments for those after a little friendly competition.

Renowned for cooking up award-winning tapas and Spanish-themed drinks, El Gato Negro is bound to have something for everyone. Grab a table within the gorgeous dining room and expect an evening of squid ink crackers, cauliflower cheese croquettes and three different kinds of sangria. Salud.


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Arguably prettiest of restaurants around, Angelica is located on the sixth floor of Trinity. Not only does it feature a stunning wraparound bar and floor-to-ceiling windows, but it also has a rooftop terrace – providing an idyllic backdrop while you tuck into their classic British menu.

If you're after a show-stopping meal, look no further than Teppanyaki, a Japanese restaurant where your food is prepared, flipped and seared right in front of you. The central location also makes it an obvious choice if you're catching a show at the Grande Theatre or the First Direct Arena.

One of the best vegan and veggie restaurants in the city, Eat Your Greens is whipping up a host of ethical small and large plates, meaning you can fill your boots feeling guilt-free. And with an in-built grocery store to boot, you'll be able to recreate your favourite dishes from the comfort of your own kitchen.

It may have a reputation for bringing the party when the sun goes down, but you'd be surprised to learn that Revolution also comes up trumps in the kitchen department. Gather the girls for an evening spent sipping cocktails and feasting on flatbreads, burgers or salads.

This vibrant restaurant is putting its own spin on a number of street food classics from around the country. Order from Indian Tiffin Room's lip-smacking menu and get ready for a truly delicious evening of spicy dosas, filled puris, grilled kebabs and flavoursome curries.