Joe Crowe (manager) and James Turner (head chef) are spearheading this outstanding fine dining restaurant in the heart of Pudsey. Locally sourced grub; cutting edge cocktails; and quality local ales make up a fusion of modern and traditional dining at 7 steps.
There are vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
In a relaxed atmosphere you will be waited on by attentive and friendly staff. And you can get excited about some of the dishes on this fine menu…
Braised pig cheeks; roast pigeon; scallops; lobster mac n cheese.
Cod; risotto; venison; salmon; pie; and an award winning roast dinner.
From award winning local ales to a cocktail menu – martini, tall, fix, shorts and alcohol free – made by the in-house mixologists. And if you like wine with your dinner this place has a really well planned white-red-rose-champagne selection that’s been carefully selected to match the flavours on the food menu.
The 7 Steps has won the ‘best chef’ award 4 years running – congrats Joe! And the restaurant has ‘Best Sunday Lunch’ at the H&N EAT awards for 3-years running.
The award winning grub is served up in a rustic cosy setting in what was the old Conservative club that comes packed with natural interior beauty.
Where to Park
You can get free on street parking outside 7 steps. Drive to Chapeltown, postcode: LS28 8QR (Google Map Directions)
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
7 Steps is a bit of a hidden gem but you can catch a regular ride on Leeds First Bus number 4 from Leeds City Centre – your best route in. Unless you get a 15-minute taxi direct from the centre. Despite being a bit of a trek away – a 1.5 mile stomp – New Pudsey Station will run a regular train service from the city to Pudsey.
The restaurant is accessed by steps.
What To Do Next
Stretch your legs afterwards and take a short walk in the charming surroundings of Pudsey Park.