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by Andrew Bartlett
Situated opposite the Leeds College of Music, this is a casual and informal French bistro. Menus are on blackboards, the napkins are cloth but they are not starched, there are cosy candles flickering, and the waiters don’t top up your wine glass after every sip. They claim to be so French they don’t even have a service charge!
2 Oxford Place
Coffee and a cake in the morning, a business lunch, and elegant dining in the evening from their gluten-free kitchen. If you don’t want to eat, you are very welcome to enjoy wines, spirits, beers, or cocktails in their bar,
Contemporary Italian which serves a variety of tapas style dishes for sharing. The menu changes regularly because all ingredients are fresh daily, and they are dependent on what their suppliers can provide. Some items they do not change for fear of upsetting the regulars. Try the octopus with pickles on carta de musica for a different flavour!
Spacious and airy with comfortable seating, Moments Café provides cooked breakfasts, with lunches starting from 12.00pm. Specialities include fresh coffee, home-made honey and ginger tea, and home-baked cakes also.