Now, this is a bottomless brunch I can get on board with. Indian and alcohol go hand in hand. There is nothing like refreshing beer with spice curry. And, not you can enjoy an amazing Indian bottomless brunch in Leeds city centre. We’re definitely adding it to our bucket list.
Home of Kerala Cuisine, the traditional restaurant Tharuda serves up flavours of ‘Tharavadu’ food in Leeds, which is close to Mother Nature, has a hand-crafted flavour and is, above all, healthy family cooking with no artificial ingredients.
The award-winning restaurant, which has been featured in the Michelin guide serves up authentic south Indian cuisine offering fish curries, poultry, and red meat as well as a vast range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes using fish, poultry, and red meat.
Diners can now order meat or vegetarian thali, which consists of a selection of small plates served in traditional metal bowls. They can accompany their thali with unlimited alcohol.
Including in this Indian bottomless brunch in Leeds city centre is the choice between four cocktails as well as Tharavadu’s house lager. The house larger is a light and refreshing Pilsner-style beer which was created to match the restaurant’s South Indian cuisine.
Somarasam, which means ‘drink of the gods’, and was created by Tharavadu chefs and Kirkstall Brewery’s managing director, John Kelly, who is a regular at the restaurant.
If this sounds like a bit of you, then put it in your diary as the bottomless brunch deal is set to launch on the 5th May and will set you back £23 for a meat thali and bottomless drinks or a vegetarian thali for £22 – bargain!
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