Healthy fast-food chain Leon is heading to Yorkshire. Their new restaurant will be the first in West Yorkshire and will be a drive-in full of healthy fast food based on Mediterranean cuisine. You can enjoy a cheeky fast-food dinner guilt-free with Leon Drive-Thru in Leeds tasty menu.
Found near Morley, close to the M62, it will open its doors to customers on Wednesday, November 24 serving healthy fast-food alternatives that don’t skimp on flavour. You can enjoy a breakfast menu that posts egg and cheese muffins for just £3.65, vegan Cumberland sausage muffins with Leon brown sauce or Leon ketchup priced at £2.75.
For a healthy dinner, option customers can enjoy carbon-neutral burgers, grilled wraps, baked waffle fries, tasty fresh, warm salads with a range of breakfast and lunchtime meal deals.
The new Leeds Leon drive-thru will also have a seasonal Christmas menu, which includes blood orange and Cacao porridge for £3.25 for breakfast and the vegan sNOw Turk*y burger for £5.75 on the all-day menu.
They will also have festive hot drinks such as a marzipan Latte and cinnamon and salted caramel hot chocolate with festive treats such as the Leon mince pie and pistachio, white chocolate and ginger tiffin.
They’re celebrating the opening with some great prizes for guests. The very first dine-in customer through the drive-thru doors will be awarded a £1,000 voucher to spend in the restaurant. Tote bags and other goodies will also be available as well as a chance to win £500 to spend by signing up to Lean club.
Glenn Edwards, managing director said: “This is a significant milestone for Leon. We are excited to be opening our first ever drive-thru restaurant in West Yorkshire, expanding our Leon family where we already have such a loyal fanbase.
“The new drive-thru will be joining our restaurants in Leeds train station, Leeds Delivery Kitchen and Leeds Skelton Lake Motorway services offering Yorkshire even more opportunity to try Naturally Fast Food whilst creating 30 new jobs for talented local people.”