Malaysian cuisine is the perfect food to share with friends because it comes in lots of small portions and can hit the spicy, mild or aromatic palette. Get ready for home cooked street food that fuses Malay, Chinese and Indian influences at Dapur Malaysia.
There are vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
The menu at Dapur Malaysia has every angle covered. The dishes burst with flavour across the spectrum with some rich and others aromatic or spicy. You can pick from meat, vegan, vegetarian or gluten free options.
One great way of sampling lots of this flavoursome food is to opt for a thali dish where you can select three different dishes together, with lots of side dishes – rice, chapati, salad – to soak it up!
In the hot summer months come to Dapur Malaysia and enjoy an extended BBQ menu. One of the newest editions to this flourishing eatery.
It’s all about the cocktails and beers at Dapur Malaysia!
On entering Dapur Malaysia you’ll notice the vibrant colours and floral designs that adorn the walls and the menu. Everything about this restaurant is a connection to the owners experience of being raised in Malaysia. It’s family recipes and multi-cultural roots – Indian, Chinese & Malay – that influences every feature of this beautiful restaurant.
Outdoor Seating at Dapur Malaysia
Recently the restaurant added an outdoor terrace area for up to 30 customers. Amongst beautiful flowers and big planters you can sit in the sun or cuddle up under a blanket. Lovely touches!
Where to Park
Park for free for 2-hours around the back of Dapur Malaysia, on Ingle Row, postcode: LS7 3PE (Google Map Directions)
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
It’s a 10-minute taxi ride from Leeds city centre to Dapur Malaysia – this is your quickest way of getting to the restaurant. Secondly, you can get the Leeds First Bus 2, 3 & 36 straight up Harrogate Road to a bus stop around the corner from Dapur Malaysia.
Dapur Malaysia is wheelchair accessible.
What To Do Next
After dinner you must head over the road for some proper pub pints at the Georgian-chic Mustard Pot. It’s a winner!