Best bottomless brunch: Leeds

Because it’s not just avocados that get smashed at weekends

Updated on 06 November 2019 • Written By Deborah Reda

Best bottomless brunch: Leeds

Finding a spot for a boozy bottomless brunch in London is a cinch for two reasons: one, they are literally everywhere. And two, we work hard to ensure Londoners are kept bang up to date with the best brunch spots in the capital, whether that’s Covent Garden, Marylebone or Notting Hill. But not every city boasts the wealth of bottomless brunch offerings as the capital, which is why we’re making it our mission to round up as many great bottomless brunches in other UK cities as possible.

We’ve covered bottomless brunch in Edinburgh, Birmingham and Bristol, and now we’re shining a light on the best bottomless brunches Leeds has to offer. Locals and visitors can look forward to some of the usual favourites when it comes to bottomless brunch – the likes of smashed avocado on toast and stacks of buttermilk pancakes – along with some more unusual offerings (katsu curry, anyone?) and plenty of tasty tipples to ramp up the fun. Bottoms up!

 

East 59th

What: This trendy New York style rooftop bar and restaurant is a great spot in which to start the weekend, particularly when you factor in its fantastic bottomless brunch. Here you can feast on the likes of avocado on toast, eggs cooked in various ways, and burgers, all while enjoying free-flowing bubbly or Bloody Marys for 90 minutes. It’s worth noting that East 59th’s weekend bottomless brunch is popular with groups and parties, so it’s best to book ahead.
Where: East 59th, 47 Victoria Gate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7AU

 

The Lost & Found

What: If you’re on the hunt for a decadent den away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you’ll love this branch of The Lost & Found. Plush, low-lit interiors and the promise of free-flowing Bloody Marys, mimosas, Bellinis or prosecco come together to ensure it remains a perennially popular spot for weekend brunch enthusiasts. The indulgent brunch dishes on offer – which include the likes of peanut butter and jam toast, Turkish eggs, and buttermilk pancakes – are pretty fab too.
Where: 12 Greek Street, Leeds, LS1 5PT

 

Gaucho Leeds

What: Gaucho’s Electro Brunch Feast is an epicurean's dream thanks to its provision of unlimited food and drink to the tune of whatever smooth beats the DJ feels like spinning that day. This bottomless brunch package includes all sorts of brunch dishes, from eggs Benedict to bacon sarnies, steak and eggs, and burrata on sourdough, plus an epic line-up of free-flowing cocktails. It’s pricey, but worth it.
Where: Gaucho Leeds, 21/22 Park row, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5JF

 

Crafthouse

What: So this “brunch” is actually a Sunday roast (sorry, not sorry), but it does involve free-flowing prosecco or red wine, so we’ve included it anyway. Diners looking to get a little merry while indulging in the likes of Cornish crab followed by roast beef or lamb won’t be disappointed as the option to add bottomless booze for 90 minutes is a mere £15 extra. Rude not to, really.
Where: Crafthouse, Level 5, Trinity Leeds, 70 Boar Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6HW

 

Issho

What: Issho – which means ‘together’ in Japanese – champions dishes that are designed to be shared among family and friends, and its weekend brunch menu is no different. Served buffet style, with hot dishes served to the table on request, this contemporary Japanese dining destination’s bottomless brunch offer includes a wide selection of sushi, ramen and donburi to soak up the fizz that flows freely for 90 minutes.
Where: Issho, Victoria Gate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7AU

 

Bar Soba

What: A quaint spot for eggs and a glass of fizz or two with your mother-in-law Bar Soba is definitely not, but if you’re looking to kick-start your weekend in funky surroundings with plenty of bottomless booze, it’s just the ticket.  There are two bottomless brunch packages available: one limited to free-flowing prosecco and bottled beer and another that also includes selected cocktails. You won’t find the usual breakfast dishes here so instead get ready to tuck into Pan-Asian dishes like katsu curry and pad Thai.
Where: 6 Greek St, Leeds, LS1 5RW

 

Shear’s Yard

What: High ceilings, exposed brickwork and contemporary fittings make this independent kitchen and bar in The Calls a great place to catch up with friends over a lazy Saturday brunch. Here you’ll find smart riffs on classic brunch dishes, such as streaky bacon or Scottish smoked salmon on toasted sourdough with onion marmalade, hen’s egg and cheddar sauce to go with a selection of bottomless tipples including Aperol Spritz, prosecco and Amstel.
Where: 11-15 Wharf Street, The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EH

 

Manahatta

What: Bottomless brunch at this massive party bar is so popular it’s available every day of the week! Choose from a selection of classic brunch dishes, including buttermilk pancakes with Nutella, toasted hazelnuts and cream; smashed avocado and poached egg on a toasted English muffin; and a full English, and get stuck into as many proseccos, Bloody Marys, Coors' or Aperol Spritzes as you like.
Where: 11 Merrion St, Leeds, LS1 6PG

 

Neighbourhood Restaurant

What: If you like your brunch served with a side of fries and as much gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and cocktails as you fancy, Leeds’ Neighbourhood Restaurant should be on your hit list. Edgy interiors, which include graffitied walls, pink banquette seating and neon signs also help with that buzzy weekend vibe, while dishes such as avocado on toast and eggs royale will keep you satisfied. 
Where: 5 Greek Street, Leeds, LS1 5SX

 

Banyan

What: Super-friendly staff, hearty brunch dishes and bottomless prosecco, Coors, Bloody Marys and Aperol Spritz are a pretty awesome combination, which is why bottomless brunch at Banyan is so popular. It’s also really reasonably priced, so whether you’ve got something special to celebrate or just want to start your weekend the way you mean to go on, Banyan is a great shout.
Where: The Old Post Office, 2 City Square, Leeds, LS1 2ES

 

For more great places to dine, check out our round-up of the best restaurants in Leeds