Leeds Brunch Spots You'll Be Egg-Static About
Let’s all take a moment to thank the person that came up with the concept of “brunch” - combining the best meal of the day with a lie in and an acceptable reason to drink...
Let’s all take a moment to thank the person that came up with the concept of “brunch” - combining the best meal of the day with a lie in and an acceptable reason to drink before noon.
From the traditional Full English to syrup-soaked fried chicken, these local boltholes are the best spots in Leeds to get your fill of the most instagrammable meal of the day.
Serving brunch until early afternoon, Laynes Espresso combines the authentic brunch menu with a sprinkling of the exotic, including a North African favourite called Shakshuka and even fried duck eggs. This menu is all about exploring new tastes and cultures, from wild mushrooms and spinach to Jerusalem artichoke and walnut oli servied on brioche.
With two restaurants in Leeds, Manhatta has nailed brunch from either side of the city and it’s available every day until 4pm. On weekends they sweeten the deal with bottomless brunch, where you can choose from a range of mouth-wateringly good food options, including a giant buttermilk banoffee pancake, eggs royale or Taiwanese mushroom hirata buns. Wash it down with your choice of unlimited prosecco, bloody Marys, pints of Coors or even the drink of the moment, Aperol Spritz, all for just £25.95.
Olive & Rye
Olive & Rye offers brunch at length, with it available up until 6pm Monday to Saturday and 5pm on Sundays. With lashings of syrup on fresh waffles served with blueberries and caramel pecans or seriously loaded cheese and beans on toast made with Quickes Chedder, paprika and chorizo baked beans on sourdough, you know you’re in for a treat with this menu.
Boasting a relaxed, organic environment, Fettle Café brunch menu is bursting with high quality, locally sourced picks and created by ‘mastermind’ head chef Annabel. Brunch is served between 11.45am and 5.30pm daily and includes all your vegan favourites from buckwheat noodle salads and toasted gnocchi on cashew nut cream to mushrooms on seeded sourdough rye toast.
If you liked the sound of Olive & Rye, then you’ll love sister restaurant and all-time brunch champions Hepworth’s Deli. The huge menu is full of our favourite brunch dishes, which are homemade using only the best quality ingredients sourced from local farmers and supplier. The best part? The menu is available all day, every day so its perfect for early risers or those who prefer to spend a little longer in bed.