The Leeds bottomless Japanese afternoon tea with sushi and free-flowing prosecco

If you love a bit of bottomless, this is definitely one to put on your list.
Afternoon tea at Issho

There’s a restaurant and bar in Leeds offering bottomless Japanese afternoon teas and we’re absolutely smitten.

Putting an Asian twist on the classic English afternoon pastime, the contemporary rooftop restaurant in Victoria Gate elevates the typical cucumber sandwiches and scone offering – switching in sushi, gyoza and delicate sandos in their place.

Issho – meaning ‘together’ in Japanese – is a gorgeous spot in which to come together and lose a few hours wining and dining in the city, whilst sampling some of the best delicacies Leeds has to offer.

The outdoor terrace at Issho

Offering ninety minutes of free-flowing prosecco alongside its Japanese-style afternoon tea, swanky Leeds restaurant Issho’s offer is up there with some of the best bottomless deals we’ve seen in the city.

For £47.50, you’ll enjoy unlimited prosecco as you tuck into a host of delicate Japanese finger-food treats. The selection here is split into three: spanning sushi, savoury and sweet, and also includes a selection of fine Japanese and English teas.

There’s a whole host of yummy delicacies included, with the sushi section boasting the likes of tuna tataki with wasabi cream, vegetable maki, salmon and avocado maki, and tuna and salmon nigiri – all served with soy for dipping and pickled ginger on the side.

Savoury and sweet treats on the Afternoon Tea menu

In the savoury section, meanwhile, think seasonal vegetable gyozas, prawn toast with black sesame seeds, and a selection of delicate Japanese crustless sandos with fillings like chicken katsu and tamago (egg).

For your sweet treat, finish on a high with Issho’s selection of caramel purin (the Japanese name for creme caramel), matcha cheesecake, yuzu and raspberry tart and miso and chocolate brownies.

As for teas, alongside a classic selection of traditional favourites like English Breakfast and Earl Grey, there’s also the choice of some special Japanese teas including sencha (loose leaf green tea), hojicha (roasted green tea) and konacha (a sushi drinking tea with a bitter taste designed to enhance the flavour of fishiness left in the mouth by your food).

The bottomless Japanese afternoon tea is served in Issho bar on Fridays and Saturdays from 12 pm – 2:45 pm. To find out more and book your table, head over to Issho’s website here.

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