An exciting new restaurant is coming to West Yorkshire this month in the form of a vegan restaurant named Meat is Dead Leeds. It is opening up on Kirkstall Road – and we can’t wait.
We are expecting big things from this vegan restaurant with a name like theirs. The eatery is has announced itis opening its doors has announced that its doors will open on Wednesday, 16th June – so keep your eyes peeled.
Posting to their social channels they wrote: “We can’t wait to welcome you to our flock at Meat is Dead. All finishing touches are underway for our opening night, our booking system will go live very soon!”
They’ve annoucned their new menu and we have to say it look grand. For breakfast we love the sounds of their Global Bowl that comes with beans, scrambled tofu, mushroom, tomatoes, la,e hash browns – definitely be full after trying that.
Their main menu has a great mix of healthy small plates like Roasted Root Fries, Shashuka, Sweet Patatas Bravas and some large plates and platters as well. It looks a great menu to have a dining experience with friends and family. They also so a special Sunday Roast – that’ll you’ll have to try.
Vegan restaurants are popping up all over the place and have proven very popular with Yorkshire residents – who’d have thought.
The interior looks like it has some amazing wooden beams and huge shop windows, so the place will get in plenty of light. Leeds is a city full of exciting new food offerings – and with students close by, they won’t be short of customers.
The plant-based bar is to have a junk-free ethos. They say that they are aiming to unite, nourish and entertain without exploitation or waste. In 2021, with people putting such emphasis on being green, it is sure to receive a warm welcome.
Looks like we might have a new addition to some of our favourite vegan places to eat in Leeds. If you’d like to check out other places to get stuck into some vegan grub, check out our list here.
Leeds city council has an array of green energy projects and is trying to become a greener city. They recently trialled a plastic-free initiative in one of their Leeds stores, and they also added a preloved vintage section to their George clothing brand.