Yorkshire boasts a fantastic and rich cultural heritage when it comes to curry. These Indian hot spots provide exclusively for vegetarian palates.


27 February 2015 .......     Hansa's Vegetarian restaurant North Street Leeds.  veg byriani. TJ100726f Picture Tony Johnson

If you’re a vegetarian and live in Leeds, you’ll need absolutely no introduction to Hansa’s. This great value and truly tasty Indian restaurant creates such tasty vegetarian options that even the biggest fan of red meat won’t leave disappointed.

The individual dishes are excellent, but the real draw here is the outstanding Thalis, a complete meal presented in little individual metal bowls, offering a taste of several different dishes. The Sunday buffet, meanwhile, is great if you’re in the mood for a big feed.

You can learn how to make some of Hansa’s wonderful Gujarati food by taking home a copy of their cookbook too!

 72-74 North St, Leeds, LS2 7PN www.hansasrestaurant.com


Date:18th August 2014, picture James Hardisty, (JH1004/81e). Restaurant review......Bundobust, Mill Hill, Leeds.

Hidden down on Mill Hill near the train station, Bundobust is an Indian street food bar (don’t call them a restaurant!) that has relied on the quality of its ingredients and a fine range of craft beer to forge its reputation.

The street food dishes here are full of flavour, and they’ve done well to plug the gap in the market that calls for Indian food to be paired with equally wonderful beer.

6 Mill Hill, Leeds, LS1 5DQ, www.bundobust.com


Date:8th May 2013. Prashad, restaurant, Whitehall Road, Drighlington, Leeds. Pictured Bombay Bataka, A rich deep flavoured potato dish with a gentle kick of tamarind and a side dish of rice.

The restaurant prides itself on serving Indian cuisine suitable for everyone with a vast amount of vegetarian and vegan dishes. They also serve food which is suitable for people who are gluten free and none of the dishes include peanuts, sesame seeds, soy beans, eggs, fish or sulphur dioxide.

The family run restaurant of 22 years support local suppliers such as Ilkley Brewery and Keelham Farm Shop.

137 Whitehall Rd, Drighlington, Bradford BD11 1AT, www.prashad.co.uk

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