5 Best Brunch Spots in Leeds

We’ve looked at Brunch spots in Wetherby, now we’re taking a look at what Leeds has to offer. With a magnitude of top spots to choose from we’ve selected 5 of our favourites that are definitely worth a visit.

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1. LS6 Cafe - Hyde Park


As the name suggests, LS6 is situated in the popular student area of Hyde Park and popular it is. Ls6 holds it name as one of the best breakfasts in Leeds. Offering tasty breakfast classics or lighter lunch options including wraps and sandwiches it’s easy to see why LS6 is so popular. Alongside its winning food, the café prides itself on its community vibe encouraging individualism and expression. Its funky interior only adds to the experience and if you’re not suffering from the night before why not make it a boozy brunch, with a choice of their classic cocktails, beers or bubbles.  If you can’t quite face it yet, we highly recommend one of their many shakes and not to leave anyone out vegan shakes are also available!

2. Laynes - Leeds City Centre


You may have seen the Laynes name pop up everywhere and quite rightly so. Laynes, situated on New station Road has made a name for itself over the years with their delicious menu and excellent coffee. Laynes understands the fast pace of the city offering brunch options from 7am- 2pm on weekdays and 9am-4pm on Weekends, they serve everything from Porridge to a Full English cooked the Laynes way. Laynes go that bit further putting their own stamp on the traditional brunch style menu, If you haven’t tried Shakshuka yet we recommend Laynes is the place to do so.  Of course everything should be washed down with one of Laynes famous Coffees’!

3. The Greenhouse - Horsforth

The Greenhouse

Whether you’re a dedicated vegan or just looking for hearty brunch, The Greenhouse on Horsforth Towns Street is definitely worth a stop. They offer a full menu all day long, whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savoury The Greenhouse will definitely have something to satisfy.  With their new spring menu in full flow we highly recommend their Recovery Bowl; its combination of mixed leaves, avocado, mango salsa and pan fried vegetables will do exactly what the name suggests and help you recover, whatever it may be from. If you fancy something a little more carby try their Garlic mushrooms served on sourdough, or their famous Fluffy pancake stack, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed. The Greenhouses concept of serving delicious food, that happens to be vegan is what makes them a winner.

4. Feed


If you’re looking for great food and equally as great coffee look no further. Feed in Pudsey is a hit with hipsters, locals and anyone inbetween. Their ever changing menu offers a host of brunch treats, anything from a Feed BLT, to American inspired Friend chicken waffles served with bacon and golden syrup! Their coffee alone brings in 5* Reviews, but their creative menu brings a little edge to Pudsey. The owners are some of the best chefs in the city and it’s easy to see in their food. If you want delicious food and a relaxed vibe, Feed is definitely the place for you, why not step outside the city and give it a go. 

5. The Granary

The Granary

Set at Crag House Farm; the headquarters for the charity Caring for Life- helping vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Leeds. The Granary Restaurant opened its door in 2008 as a different approach to fundraising. Since then the restaurant has become a hit, filling up by lunchtime most days. Their Brunch menu has all the firm favourites from Eggs Benedict to a bacon sandwich. If you fancy some traditional delicious food whilst helping a good cause, head to The Granary Restaurant on Otley Old Road.

Whether you’re out in the city centre or further afield, Leeds has a whole host of delicious brunch spots to choose from, take your pick!

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