Inside Farmhouse – Leeds’ newest all-day breakfast spot

Fat stacks of pancakes, ‘nduja shakshuka and perfectly poached eggs.
A selection of breakfast dishes from Farmhouse.

Farmhouse, an independently-owned restaurant specialising in breakfast, brunch and all-day dishes has just opened in the city centre.

How do you like your eggs in the morning? Poached? Scrambled? We’ll have them however they come, as long as they’re from Farmhouse.

The new restaurant has just opened its second location on Lands Lane in Leeds City Centre, with an already cult following in Harrogate we were expecting big things, and it certainly did not disappoint.

The breakfast menu is served until 4pm and consists of all the classics you could imagine, from the hangover-curing full english to the protein-packed eggs on toast.

Alongside a caffeine-fuelled coffee menu and fresh smoothies on offer, this is the place to go if you’re looking to kickstart your day the right way.

They also serve a lunch menu featuring burgers, rice bowls, salads and more – but it’s the breakfast that we’re really raving about here.

If you’re looking to keep it light and fresh than the Acai Bowl and Granola with coconut yoghurt are both great options, piled high with vibrant fruit and a dollop of creamy peanut butter.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth then we urge you to order the Blueberry and Banana Pancakes, a real sight to behold as a hefty stack of fluffy pancakes is drenched in sticky blueberry compote and maple syrup.

We recommend you order these for the table to share, almost like a breakfast dessert kind of because, why on earth not?

The Farmhouse Benedict though was definitely a standout – crispy halloumi cubes and perfectly poached eggs sat proudly on a crispy potato rosti drenched in a decadent hollandaise sauce. Absolute filth.

The Mediterranean Breakfast is for the avocado-lovers out there, with smashed avocado, hummus, roasted tomatoes and fried halloumi served with sourdough to create your perfect bite.

Although we were tempted, we resisted the Farmhouse cocktail menu which consisted of a delicious selection of carefully curated tipples. There’s always next time though…

All of the food was served piping hot and we left ready to attack the day ahead of us. A fantastic addition to Leeds’ already thriving food scene, we can’t wait to go back.

To find out more and to book your table at the Farmhouse, take a look at their website.

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