A stylish steakhouse in York that serves delicious cuts of juicy steak is opening a new venue in Leed City Centre. You can expect the mouthwatering, incredible taste of their signature Flat Iron Steak and Craft Beers served in a spectacular restaurant.
It’ll be located in the heart of Leeds City Centre next to The Ivy and Ivy Asia, taking over the former Jigsaw and Ben Sherman retail units offering up a new Leeds Casual dining experience.
The Cut & Craft is opening in the heart of Leeds City Centre. Located in the iconic Victoria Quarter next to The Ivy and Ivy Asia, The Cut & Craft promises to transform the Leeds Casual premium dining scene.
The space was once was the former Collinson’s Cafe, where Wallace Hartley had played in the orchestra shortly before boarding the Titanic as Band Master and is the place has been inspired to offer a similiar luxurious setting that maintains the character and history of the building with a beautiful central dome and a classic circular Cut & Craft central bar.
The Cut & Craft in Leeds is a sleek and stylish restaurant that screams opulence along with its beautiful flat iron steaks that come from their in-house master butcher they are also known for their craft beers.
You can choose from classic exclusively sourced 30-day-aged steak cuts such as fillet, sirloin, and rib-eye, each aged for 30 days and sourced exclusively for the restaurant.
Work has begun and the opening is planned for the end of Summer 2022, we are yet to know any more information about the new venue, but if it’s anything like the flagship York venue you can expect grandeur like no other.
It will be housed in the beautiful Victoria Quarter in Leeds, which already has a reputation for being upmarket and a little bit posh, so The Cut & Craft will fit right in.
With such an opulent venue, you have to have a drinks venue to match and The Cut & Craft cocktail menu includes Moët Spritzers and a wonderful Paradies in Yorkshire cocktail that is made up of Mango Vodka, with Passoa, pomegranate, apple and passionfruit – yum.
And, that’s not all the Yorkshire-inspired menu also has a favourite beer Black Sheep ale, that has been infused with sticky toffee pudding.
If you’d like to find out more about this tasty new eatery, visit the Craft & Cut website here.