If you want delicious food from the city’s top restaurants without leaving the house, these local favourites have it covered.
You can enjoy the luxury of eating out, while staying in thanks to 10 of the city’s finest restaurants. From fine dining tasting menus to curries, burgers and sushi, it’s time to go on a culinary adventure without leaving the house. Find your favourite and place your orders to get a tasty feed while supporting our finest local eateries.
Pasta, glorious pasta! Sarto make theirs fresh in-house every day and then turn it into a tempting array of mouthwatering dishes. You can try the lemon & thyme arancini to start, followed by fettuccine with pork and ‘nduja ragu. If you’ve still got room, their classic Italian desserts are an absolute treat – the tiramisu is worth ordering alone.
The Swine That Dines
#SwineAtHome was so popular in lockdown that they’re keeping it going. For £25, you can get 3 courses of utter deliciousness, ready to reheat at home. There’s a crab and saffron tart to start, followed by pork belly with braised leeks, sage and apple, then a custard tart with earl grey prunes to finish – it’s a foodie’s dream come true!
The Owl is the much-loved gastropub at Kirkgate Market and you can now try it at home. They’ve created a four-course menu for two people, ready to heat up in the oven. Tuck into refined dishes like north red deer & liquorice stew with wild mushroom dumpling, pied bleu mushroom and crispy kale. Leave room for dessert too – the Kirkgate honey cake is absolutely dreamy.
Tattu isn’t your average Chinese restaurant. They use innovative cooking techniques, premium ingredients and a little bit of creative flair to take oriental food to new heights – and now you can get it delivered. From lobster toast to Peking duck bon bons and Thai-style crispy monkfish, it’s made to the restaurants exacting standards and finished in your own kitchen.
Unpretentious fine dining, delivered to your door? Yes please! Start your day with cruffins and cronuts before you get wonderfully pogged on their small plates and mains. From cauliflower bhajis to slow cooked brisket and wild boar bratwurst, this is the ultimate treat. You can even order pudding. Anyone for a chocolate brownie smothered in peanut butter and cream?
Tharavadu is one of the best Indian restaurants in Leeds and you can now enjoy their traditional Keralan cuisine without leaving the house. They’ve put together a menu of select favourites, so you can tuck into tasty dishes like kozhi curry, vegetable kurma and marari prawn masala, all mopped up paratha and chapathi. They even deliver beer and wine to go with it.
You can experience all the wonders of Japanese cuisine at Sushi Waka. Of course, their sushi is out of this world – they have 15 different types of nigiri for you to choose from, as well as delightful sashimi plates like sweet shrimp or scallop. But it’s not just sushi – if you’d prefer hot dishes, they also serve a tempting array of curry, noodle and ramen dishes.
Little Bao Boy
The masters of the bao bun are now delivering to your door. Little Bao Boy’s soft and sticky creations are the ultimate indulgence. Try the KFB, which promises boneless chicken thighs coated in Gochujang buttermilk topped with lettuce and sriracha mayo. Throw in gyozas and loaded fries for a proper feast.
Eat Your Greens
Eat Your Greens’ menu of plant-based dishes is the stuff of legend and now you can try it at home with their Heat Your Greens ready meal service. You can look forward to a delicious three-course set menu made with locally sourced ingredients. Stuffed flatbreads and hummus are followed by crispy belly pork or chilli & ginger tofu, with a chocolate ganache pot to finish.
Fancy proper Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven? Order from Pizza Fella! They’re doing home deliveries, so you can enjoy a small, but perfectly formed menu of classic pizzas done well. Try the Diavola, which comes topped with San Marzano tomato, fior di latte di agerola cheese, ventricina salami, nduja di spilinga DOP and basil.