Leeds has a lot of eccentric bottomless brunches options, but this might reign supreme. Being tight-fisted Yorkshire folk, bottomless brunches are something we feel like we are getting our mony’s worth from this two-hour bottomless brunch at Mans Market has got us very, very excited. Did somebody say triple-cooked salt & pepper chips?
Located on the popular Wellington St in the city centre, Mans Market is a restaurant and bar experience like no other. They serve up amazing Chinese cuisines such as stuffed bao, chilli beef, dim sum and more. We like nothing more than tucking into giant prawn crackers, satay skewers and prawn crackers. We go sides crazy with a Chinese meal.
You can enjoy the bottomless brunch every weekend from 12 pm to 3 pm, in which you’ll get a whole two hours of unlimited drinks as well as dim sum, and a range of sides and mains. Our favourites are the bao buns (and did someone mention the triple-cooked salt & pepper fries).
You can enjoy washing down those tasty dishes with unlimited prosecco or house lager, which will only set you back £29 per person. If you want to get a little fancier you can upgrade to bellinis for just £5 or unlimited cocktails for £10 such as bubblegum daiquiris, Hong Kong island iced teas, Mans Market’s own version of a Pornstar Martini and Kobe Tai.
If you visit on Saturdays and Sundays between 12 and 3 pm, though, chances are you’ll get a whole lot more for your money by dining out on the £29 bottomless brunch deal.
Just hold up your given sign that says ‘feed me’ and ‘drink me’ and someone will come over and top you up. We’d have to pace ourselves as this sounds like it could get out of hand for us pretty easily.