In need of a Sunday lunch, but don’t fancy a full on roast? Well you’re in luck, because these three eateries have a tasty alternative.
You can’t go wrong with a Sunday lunch, it’s a British dinnertime staple, filled with all kinds of delicious meat and veg. But, sometimes, just sometimes, you might fancy something a little different come the end of the weekend – and these three Leeds eateries are more than happy to offer just that.
Evoking the 1920’s in impressive style, Bibis Italianissimo is renowned for doing things a little bit differently, particularly with its showtime entertainment. However, they also like to offer something a little bit different come Sunday afternoon.
Alongside the roast sirloin with gravy and Yorkshire puddings, their menu sees them add Italian flavour to Sunday dinner. From the coconut coated prawns or pheasant and foie gras terrine to quadrotti pasta with porchini mushrooms and turbot fillets with spinach gnocchi, Bibis’ Italian offering can really brighten up your plate come Sunday.
Bibis Italianissimo, Criterion Place, Sovereign Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4AG.
A Sunday buffet might not sound too out of the ordinary – after all, that’s what a carver is. But, how about trying out an Indian restaurant for your Sunday dinner?
Aagrah offer their Evening Buffet from 6pm until 9.30pm every Sunday night for just £12.95 per person, where you can tuck into three courses. They’ve got 12 different starters, 14 mains and 15 desserts to pick from, including Aagrah favourites like Chicken Tikka Balti or Lamb Hyderabad. So, you can still get your meat and veg, like any other Sunday, but this time with an Indian kick.
Aagrah, St Peter’s Square, Quarry Hill, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS9 8AH.
Distrikt is renowned for its amazing cocktails at night and quality Mediterranean tapas for dinner, but what about on Sunday afternoons? Well, it offers its own refined take on Sunday lunch.
You can kick off the meal with their delicious balsamic ribs or mussels cooked in Vedett IPA, before delving into the likes of vegetable ragu and cornfed chicken breast. Altenatively, you can completely forego tradition by delving into their roast fish of the day, served with samphire salsa remesco, salad and crispy potatoes or a wild mushroom and goat’s cheese risotto.
Distrikt, 7 Duncan Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6DQ.
Feature and Distrikt images are courtesy of Ollievision.