Crossgates is full of excellent restaurants, cafes and independent shops. Recently, we published "5 Of The Most Delicious Restaurants in Crossgates," highlighting some of the best places to eat in the area. After sharing the roundup with the fine people of Crossgates, it was evident that we'd missed a few great restaurants off the list.
So in this follow-up article, we're taking a look at 5 MORE of the most delicious restaurants in Crossgates!
A well-known spot for curry in Crossgates, Spice Zone's got a great reputation. As well as the scores of 5-star reviews online, in 2016 the Yorkshire Evening Post placed the Indian restaurant in their top 10 curry houses of the year. On the menu, you'll find an eclectic variety of Indian food, ranging from spicy curries to delightful appetizers.
The food's authentic and the staff are more-than-welcoming - so if you're yet to pay a visit, pop into Spice Zone and some of the best local spice in the area.
You can find them on Pendas Way in Crossgates.
Skyliner Fish and Chips
Would Crossgates be the same without Fish & Chip royalty Skyliner?
The charming restaurant serves traditional fish and chips and is decorated with unique antique furniture. Specialising in delicious fish & chips, they're undoubtedly one of the best-known restaurants in the area. With a history dating back over 50 years (they first opened in 1962) - once you've visited for yourself, you'll understand why they're one of the longest-running Fish & Chip shops in Leeds.
You can find Skyliners on 15 Austhorphe View, Crossgates.
Aptly named after the tremendously popular region of Italy, Sorrento is an Italian restaurant with a great reputation. With an extensive menu of all the Italian classics like Pizza, Pasta and even Burgers, it's no wonder why it's one of the leading restaurants in the area. In fact, the popularity of their relaxed restaurant was recently recognised with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
You can find Sorrento on 19 Kingswear Parade, Crossgates.
Moreno's restaurant and Tapas Bar
Traditional Tapas anyone? Moreno's sets itself apart from other Tapas restaurants in Leeds by cooking their dishes exclusively in traditional tapas bowls - keeping all the flavour inside the food. Moreno's also holds a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor. But don't worry if you don't like sharing, because there’s an extensive Moroccan menu to choose from and rumour has it the lamb tagine melts in your mouth!
Another favourite for Indian is Masala Hut. Great for meals with friends - it's no wonder that they've also achieved a certificate of excellence from Tripadvisor. Being excellent value for money, the food is fresh, well spiced and they know how to entice us in with some great special offers. At the moment their "Mega Buffet" is available on Wednesdays 5pm-10pm and Sundays 4pm - 10pm. For those who like to indulge without breaking the bank - you can eat as much as you want for just £9.50.
You can find Masala Hut on 6 Back Austhorphe Road.