The Best Bottomless Brunches in Leeds

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14 July 2017

The bottomless brunch arrived in Leeds last year and is showing no signs of slowing down in 2017. Whether it’s classic brunch fare or more contemporary dishes, there’s sure to be something that takes your fancy. We’ve put together a list of our favourite bottomless brunches in Leeds for you to indulge in.

Shears Yard

Restaurant, Contemporary, British, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-free, $$$

Shears Yard is a restaurant known for delicious food made from local and seasonal produce. The bottomless brunch menu is no exception, and features a great selection of dishes with a contemporary twist. The menu is served from 11am to 3pm and the food on offer changes every week, with a healthy selection of vegetarian options to choose from. For £25, one dish of your choice can be paired with a stellar collection of unlimited drinks that includes Aperol Spritz, prosecco or even a Bloody Mary to nurse a hangover.

The Lost and Found

Pub, Bar, Contemporary, Pub Grub, British, Gluten-free, Vegetarian, Vegan, Wine, Beer, Cocktails, Fast Food, $$$

The Lost and Found is arguably the most aesthetically pleasing bottomless brunch spot in Leeds. Modelled on a Victorian-style cocktail bar, the Greek Street haunt’s bottomless brunch menu gets a thumbs up from us. The venue is a perfect place to pass a Saturday or Sunday with your pals, when you can treat yourself to brunch between 11am–2pm. Choose a small and large dish off the main menu and receive bottomless mimosas, bellinis or prosecco for an extra £15. Booking is highly recommended because the secret’s out about this brunch spot.

Revolución de Cuba

Cocktail Bar, Cuban, Beer, Swiss, Cocktails, Fast Food, Street Food, British, $$$

The award for the best value brunch in Leeds goes to Revolución de Cuba, near shopping street Briggate, where bottomless brunch is a great value £20. The extensive brunch menu consists of South American twists on classic brunch favourites such as the Brekkie Burrito or Cuban Eggs Benedict, which can be enjoyed in Revolución de Cuba’s lively atmosphere. If that isn’t tempting enough, there’s also live music on a Saturday between 12–3pm if you want to get your boogie on. Drinks that keep flowing all brunch long include a selection of mojitos.

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Restaurant, Steakhouse, Argentina, Gluten-free, $$$

A restaurant known for its beef dishes wouldn’t be everyone’s first pick for a place to brunch. Thankfully, Gaucho’s brunch menu is far more extensive than that, so you can swap your steak for dishes such as eggs florentine, banana pancakes and oven-baked chorizo sausage. For a meaty £45, the brunch menu is all you can eat and drink until, well, you can’t consume any more.

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Buca Di Pizza

Restaurant, Pizzeria, Italian, Fast Food, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Street Food, $$$

While not strictly brunch by definition, Buca Di Pizza’s bottomless pizza and prosecco offer adds something a little different to the mix. After all, who doesn’t love pizza any time of the day? Buca Di Pizza is the home of Leeds’ first bottomless pizza, and also essentially any pizza lover’s dream. Diners have 90 minutes to devour all they can eat pizza along with free refills of prosecco, beer or soft drinks. The pizzas are decent quality and feature the classics alongside interesting flavour combinations such as The Snake Charmer, consisting of Goan coconut curry sauce, chilli glazed paneer and lamb koftas. The offer also applies at the Chapel Allerton branch.

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