We’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants for steak in Leeds, from swanky cocktail bars to trendy barbecue joints, via sophisticated British dining… because sometimes nothing but the finest cuts will do.
Crafthouse Book Crafthouse
On the 5th floor of the glamorous Trinity Shopping Centre, Crafthouse offers views of the city as well as views of the chefs from the open kitchen. Sourcing as much produce from a 50-mile radius as possible, succulent meat cuts are cooked on the Josper grill, including a range of dry-aged steaks served with a choice of sauce and sides.
Gaucho Book Gaucho
Legendary Argentinian steakhouse Gaucho know a thing or 2 about meat. As well as classic cuts, tuck into specialty dishes such as the Tira de ancho, slow grilled with chimichurri, and the Churrasco de lomo marinated in garlic, parsley and olive oil.
Red’s True Barbecue
Renowned across the north, Red’s True Barbecue specialise in all things meat. Adding a deep south barbecue touch to proceedings, the Kansas city strip steak features a 28-day aged sirloin steak cooked over a BBQ grill and served with fries and onion rings.
The Lost & Found
One of the trendier places to tuck into a steak in Leeds, The Lost & Found is a lively cocktail bar serving an international menu. Served with a choice of peppercorn sauce, Béarnaise sauce or garlic butter, there’s a range of steak on offer, including rump, sirloin, Argentinian ribeye and the 16oz chatueabriand to share.
Miller & Carter Leeds Book Miller & Carter
Sourcing produce from sustainable British farms, Miller & Carter specialise in succulent, 28-day aged steaks cooked to your liking. Exposed brick walls, cosy leather banquettes and eye-catching red chandeliers make this a sophisticated setting for some of the best steaks in Leeds.
Cast Iron Bar & Grill – Leeds Book Cast Iron Bar & Grill
A laid-back, contemporary steakhouse in the city centre, Cast Iron Bar & Grill serves up succulent grill delicacies and a polished wine list in a setting filled with chic industrial style. Sourced from local farmers, the Yorkshire steaks are matured for 28 days.
No list of Leeds steak restaurants would be complete without Fazenda. A unique Brazilian dining experience, the resident meat chefs carve signature cuts at your table, all against a backdrop of stunning views over the canal.
Famous for all things steak and cocktails, Blackhouse at Grill on The Square take their meat seriously. As well as the succulent steaks on the menu, the restaurant is home to a ‘steak school’ where the in-house experts take guests on a journey of meat and matched wines.