The much-loved burger joint already has 30 locations across the UK.
Joining the likes of Manchester and Liverpool, Leeds is the latest city to get the green light to open an Honest Burgers restaurant.
The South East-born chain has confirmed it will be based on Cloth Hall Street- but that doesn’t mean you need to wait until the summer to get burger fix.
Serving up a taste of what Leeds has to look forward to, Honest Burgers has taken over the kitchen at Northern Monk Refectory for the next four months.
Based in the old Flex Store in Holbeck, this exciting partnership will allow Loiners to try out the famous Honest Burgers combination of beef patties and brioche buns, as well as some drool-worthy specials that won’t be available in any other location.
Announcing the partnership on Instagram in a collaborative post, Honest Burgers and Northern Monk said: ” People of Leeds and West Yorkshire, the rumours are true… Today we start our three-month residency at @northernmonk ‘s Brewery & Refectory in Leeds.
“We’re serving our Great British burgers and homemade rosemary chips at the @northernmonkrefectory six days a week, with a few special surprises along the way… Pop in for some of the best burgers and beers in town and stay tuned for more news on our permanent home in Leeds soon…”
The Leeds X Northern Monk burger will be a go-to options for anyone wanting to make the most of this residency.
Expect Honest beef patties sandwiched between bacon, Heathen IPA beer cheese, curry sauce, shoestring fries, Faith pale ale pickled onions and rocket with homemade rosemary chips and washed down with a pint of original Northern Monk Brew Co.’s Faith.
The kitchen will be open from 12pm-9pm every Tuesday – Saturday, with an earlier closing time of 6pm on a Sunday.
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