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Lamb shoulder and fish pie the order of the day at Browns in Leeds

Browns in Leeds is a mainstay of the city centre when it comes to the dining scene. It’s been occupying its corner of the Light for as long as we can remember, and always seems busy no matter the time of day. 586 more words

Restaurant Reviews

A Vegetarian’s Guide to Leeds: Bar Soba

Merrion Street in Leeds is one of my key haunts. Whenever someone asks me for recommendations of areas of Leeds to go for a night out, or bars to go to for a couple of drinks, Merrion Street is always my first recommendation. 528 more words


Treat yourself: A Thai massage and a day out at East Riddlesdon Hall

Hi everyone

Sorry to break up my Singapore streak again, but I got a relaxing Thai massage today so thought I’d share the experience with you all. 238 more words

Where to eat brunch in Leeds: Ox Club, Headrow House

Ox Club in Leeds has been on our review wish-list for ages. We’d heard some wonderful things about the food from fellow bloggers and foodies, so when we were invited down to try out the new(ish) brunch option, it was a no-brainer to attend! 525 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Revolution, Electric Press, Leeds City Centre

If you fancy a venue that’s cool and relaxed yet full of life and atmosphere – with great food and drink – then Revolution Electric Press (or Revs as its likely to be known) in Leeds is an ideal location. 606 more words


Leeds welcomes a new pop-up park and a child friendly ‘playscape’ in the city centre!

Working with the child friendly Leeds team, a great new playscape was installed this summer in St John’s Churchyard, New Briggate. Situated just outside the Age UK Café, The Arch, sits an interactive garden scene comprised of climbable sculptures and family picnic benches. 270 more words

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