Taking pride of place in what once was Collinson's Cafe, the historic venue that housed the orchestra of RMS Titanic band master Wallace Hartley, The Cut And Craft is a gorgeous Leeds steakhouse where luxurious interiors meet a sumptuous grill menu. From the golden central bar to whole trees for decoration and a blue-orange colour scheme, this beautiful building has been transformed, while still retaining odes to the original look - expect a glass-domed ceiling and columns throughout.
Whether you venture over to this Victoria Quarter destination to impress a date or head here with friends, a menu of gourmet burgers, premium Himalayan salt-aged cuts and £12 flat iron steak awaits. Plus, there's fish 'n' chips, seabass, harissa cauli steaks or halloumi fajitas if you're after something a little different from the meat options. As for drinks? You'll find everything from classic cocktails and martini flights to world wines or craft beers accompanying your meal.