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Top 5 street food venues to enjoy this Christmas

Bundobust - Tom Joy



Inspired by the vibrant and varied street foods of India and their spiritual home of Gujurat, Leeds independent Bundobust serves authentic vegetarian and vegan dishes with a modern twist, alongside a variety of exciting craft beers from near and far. Originally a street food and pop-up, Bundobust has featured in Time Out’s top 10 UK Indian Restaurants amongst other accolades.


ZAAP Thai Leeds


Zaap Thai

Looking for a buzzing Bangkok market atmosphere, with real Thai street food then head down to Zaap Thai in Leeds Grand Arcade. Step inside for the hustle and bustle, funky tuk tuks, bright market stalls and the most amazing Thai street food you will ever taste. With over 80 freshly made authentic Thai street food dishes on offer you’re transported to the street food capital of the world, Thailand.


The Cat's Pyjamas


The Cat’s Pyjamas

Celebrating the Indian street food culture - the carts and street vendors that dot the length and breadth of India’s regions, The Cat’s Pyjamas brings Indian street food to the heart of Yorkshire. Using age-old recipes, paired with refreshing craft ales, this family friendly restaurant caters for all ages, with colouring books and menus for kids.


Man's Market


Man’s Market

For classic Chinese food with a new age twist, this hip restaurant and bar at West Point is inspired by the streets of Hong Kong. Man’s idea was born in a small fishing village in Hong Kong and developed over many years spent learning the art of cooking Chinese cuisine. Enjoy a Box and a Beer, or build your own Dim Sum Chinese tapas platter to share from over 50 items on offer. Choose from Man’s signature cocktails, a selection of wines or a bottle of Tsing Tao our partner Chinese beer.


Indian Tiffin Room


Indian Tiffin Room

Specialising in authentic Indian street food that is inspired by the bustling streets of India; the menu offers a mixture of regional dishes, made to order from fresh ingredients, and filled with authentic flavours. The Christmas menu offers the ‘Thali’; the traditional way Indian families eat at home, with several bowls of food on one platter. There’s a fully stocked bar offering a selection of wine, beer and soft drinks.



Leeds has some of the country's best shopping and Christmas is the perfect time to explore the stalls and stunning arcades. Have a look at our top festive shopping spots blog here. 

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