All the best restaurants in Leeds according to the Michelin Guide 2024

Better get booking.

We are truly spoilt for choice for fantastic restaurants in Leeds. But if you’re looking to treat yourself to something special, the Michelin Guide is a good place to start.

This year, three city venues have been featured in the guide with one being a completely new entry, Craig Rogan at The Collective.

The Ox Club has maintained its spot for a whopping seventh year running and firm favourite The Man Behind The Curtain has been omitted from the list, as Michael O’Hare shut down his restaurant to re-invent the concept and with that gave up his one Michelin Star. 

There’s also some great spots across West Yorkshire featured on the guide, which are well worth a visit if you fancy a trot out of the city centre.

Here are the full list of Michelin recommended restaurants in Leeds.

Ox Club

Where: Bramleys Yard, The Headrow, Leeds

Price: ££

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What the guide says: “A former mill houses this multi-floor venue comprising a beer hall, cocktail bar, event space and restaurant. The latter boasts a wood-fired grill imported from the USA; rustic, smoky-flavoured dishes showcase Yorkshire ingredients.”

Craig Rogan at The Collective

Where: 33 Boar Lane, Leeds

Price: £££

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What the guide says: “Housed inside the creative hub that is ‘The Collective’, in the centre of bustling Leeds, this minimally decorated spot operates as a café by day and a restaurant by night.

Thoroughly modern, clever cooking is offered by the eponymous chef, who knows how to put an immense amount of flavour into every dish – the violet potato with ox cheek, bone marrow and lovage is a prime example of the kitchen’s talents. Choose between a 5 or 8 course tasting menu, or from the concise à la carte.”


Where: 3 Brewery Place, Leeds

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What the guide says: “Set alongside the River Aire, this spacious ground floor restaurant is filled with natural light. The enthusiastic team serve pre-paid, set price menus and cooking shows imagination, creativity and a playful edge. For the optimum experience, go for the 10 course menu with wine pairings to match.”


Where: 7 Town Street, Horsforth

Price: £

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What the guide says: “Experienced chef Matt Healy – a onetime ‘MasterChef: The Professionals’ contestant – has come home to Horsforth to open this rustic bistro and wine bar. His appealing menu features appetising small plates with Mediterranean influences; two or three per person works well, and there are some well-chosen wines, craft beers and cocktails too.”


Where: 137 Whitehall Road, Drighlington

Price: ££

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What the guide says: “Set over two floors of a former pub, this colourfully decorated, family-run restaurant offers interesting, original Indian vegetarian cooking inspired by the owners Gujarati heritage. Dishes are substantial in both size and flavour and spicing is well-judged; the dosas are popular.”

To find out more, take a look at Michelin’s website.

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