Food and Drink
You're never far from a fantastic restaurant, cafe or pub in Leeds - perfect for a break from shopping and sightseeing.
The landmark Tiled Hall Cafe (next to Leeds Art Gallery) is as much a feast for your eyes as it is for your stomach, with beautiful mosaic tiles to marvel at whilst enjoying your Yorkshire cream tea. It's family friendly too.
Whitelocks is the oldest pub in Leeds, dating back to 1715. It's full of character and a great place to stop for a refreshing ale and a hearty meal.
Don't miss Pickles and Potter for a great range of unusual but delicious sandwiches- a real local favourite.
If you know and love your coffee, order an espresso from the real Milan Cafe experience La Bottega Milanese in the Light - you won't be disappointed.
Over in Headingley, Shaky Jakes is a 50's style diner serving every flavour of milkshake imaginable!
The Midnight Bell - try a pint of Leeds Best with a delicious plate of beer battered fish and chips at Leeds Brewery's flagship gastro pub.
The Cross Keys - award winning gasto pub with a large outside courtyard for drinks in the summer, and a real log fire perfect for cosy meals in the winter months.
The Sunshine Bakery - a small but perfectly formed cafe in Chapel Allerton, with plenty of cute cupcakes and other treats on sale.