The best restaurants for bottomless brunch in Leeds

Leeds is a city that loves to eat, drink and party, so it’s no surprise that bottomless brunch is a popular way to start the day. Every weekend, restaurants tempt the locals with perfectly poached eggs, stacks of pancakes, and unlimited fizz, cocktails, and more. Whether you’re hungry, hungover, or just feasting with friends, here are some of Leeds’ best restaurants for bottomless brunch.

This stylish Argentinean steakhouse serves its famous Electro Brunch menu every Saturday, accompanied by chilled out tunes from live DJs. Choose from dishes like steak and eggs, creamy mushrooms on toast, or their choripan sandwich (chorizo sausage, chimichurri mayo, and crispy shallots on a brioche roll). Drinks options include sparkling wine, Bloody Marys, and Pornstar Martinis.

Go bottomless: £57.50 (Unlimited food & cocktails for 90 minutes)

The Lost & Found
Famous for its cocktails and jaw-dropping décor, this Victorian-inspired drinking den is the perfect place to catch up with friends. Their brunch menu includes quirky savoury options like crispy cornflake chicken thighs with chipotle mayo, funghi bruschetta, and corn, butternut squash and chilli hash. Plus, you can end things on a sweet note with buttermilk pancakes with berries, chocolate sauce and roasted hazelnuts for an extra fiver.

Go bottomless: One brunch dish with bottomless Aperol spritz, prosecco, Mimosas, or Bloody Marys for £28.

East 59th
Start your day in style at this Manhattan-inspired rooftop restaurant, which boasts a suntrap terrace overlooking the city. Brunch classics like eggs and avocado toast are served all day, along with familiar favourites like fish and chips, burgers, and steaks. If you’re in the mood for sharing, they serve a seafood platter piled high with grilled lobster, tempura crab, garlic tiger prawns, and grilled corn.

Go bottomless: Enjoy bottomless bubbles or Bloody Marys for 1.5 hours for £15 per person.

Fléur Cafe
Round up your friends and dine under a canopy of flowers at Leeds’ most Instagrammable brunch spot, Fléur Cafe. Their menu, created by MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Bobby Geetha, includes healthy options like avo toast and berry smoothie bowls alongside the more indulgent coconut pancakes and French toast.

Go bottomless: Enjoy one brunch dish with unlimited prosecco for £27.95 or mocktails for £24.95.

Sky Lounge
With bottomless cocktails, fabulous food, and stunning views across the city, Sky Lounge ticks all the boxes for a celebratory brunch with friends. Treat yourself to a full English, smoked salmon bagel, or eggs Benedict whilst making the most of the rooftop views. Bottomless drinks options include prosecco, Bloody Marys, Bellinis, and Pornstar Martinis.

Go bottomless: £35 per person for Saturdays, £30 per person on Sundays.

If you’re a late riser, head to Manahatta where brunch is served until 4pm every day of the week. Start your day with a hangover-curing breakfast hash, pancakes with fried chicken and bacon, or upgrade to burgers and steaks for an extra £5. Drinks options include prosecco, pints of Coors, and four fruity spritzes.

Go bottomless: One brunch dish plus bottomless drinks for 90 minutes for £29.95.

At Issho, brunch is served in their beautiful Kori Bar and, on warm days, out on the terrace overlooking the city. From 12pm until 2.30pm every Saturday and Sunday, you can enjoy four delicious Japanese dishes for £20. Choose from familiar favourites like yakitori, spicy pork bao buns, and chicken karaage with wasabi mayo.

Go bottomless: Free-flowing prosecco for 1.5 hours for £17.50 per person.

Not in the mood for prosecco? At Banyan, you can pair your poached eggs with a refreshing Wild Berry Spritz or a (booze-free) Cucumber and Apple Crush. Your plant-based pals will love the hearty vegan breakfast hash and meatless meatball melt with spicy tomato marinara sauce and smoked vegan cheese.

Go bottomless: One brunch dish plus bottomless drinks for 90 minutes for £29.95.

Best of the rest: You can also enjoy bottomless brunch at Browns, Bar Soba, The Alchemist, Dirty Martini, Taag, and Neighbourhood.

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