Meat lovers of Leeds assemble. Things are about to get a whole lot juicier as Stockdales of Yorkshire opens on South Parade.
Seating 100 discerning diners as well as a sociable bar area; Stockdales of Yorkshire is set to be at the forefront of the South Parade/ Greek Street revival.
There will be a private dining area seating up to 10 guests and a chef’s table; perfect for corporate events or special occasions. As the name would suggest, the décor will be traditional and quintessentially British – with a modern twist.
The menu, which has been created in partnership with Anthony Flinn and Jonathan Elvin, will centre around prime cuts of beef aged for 28 days and seared over coal in the Jospur oven, giving the meat a unique and unforgettable flavour.
While premium beef is at the very heart of what the restaurant does, a diverse range of lighter options are also on offer such as gin cured salmon, duck egg and truffle soldiers and a chargrilled Caesar salad.
Yorkshire-born head chef, Jonathan Elvin, has trained with the likes of Gordon Ramsay at Claridges and Mark Fosh in Palma de Mallorca, making him the ideal candidate to blend the best of international cuisine with a distinctly local flair.
Manager Rodney Prosper commented: “We are very excited to be opening Stockdales of Yorkshire in Leeds next week. We’re proud to bring you a menu that is traditionally British with a twist and are certain the people of Leeds will love the friendly, dining experience we will be offering at Stockdales of Yorkshire.”