The House of Koko is a truly independent café in the heart of Chapel Allerton. It’s all about providing you with breakfast and brunch made in house from the freshest locally sourced ingredients, with some of the best coffee to compliment.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
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Breakfast & Brunch
Served from 9am – 3pm everyday you can choose from toasties, bagels, croissants, pancakes, vegan specials and a soup of the day. Toppings and fillings include your classic British flavours to more continental combinations. And we recommend trying the super popular ‘Koko Kroque’ – homemade béchamel, mushrooms, gruyere, cheese, ham and an egg!
Available all day until close at 4pm. House of Koko comes ready to satisfy your sweet tooth with a slew of cake – carrot, walnut, sticky toffee, blueberry & pistachio and slices to name a few – and slices – cookie sandwiches, rocky road, fudge cake, cheesecakes and brownies – that will keep you coming back. And we found a delightful combination of donut and croissant for the first time – get your lips around one of their ‘Cronuts’.
Coffee & Teas
House of Koko has Over 10 coffee options including a wide selection of lattes, with many customers passing this roast as one of the best served in Leeds. And if coffee isn’t your thing then you can dip into their bustling tea chest of over 15 different varieties.
There’s a sterling choice of fresh juices, including a wide selection of the delectably fizzy San Pelegrino, and another one of our favourites – Kombucha with great flavours (ginger, elderflower and rhubarb) that comes with real health giving properties.
House of Koko have a limited stock of beers and ciders including Desperado, Chang and Old Mout for those that fancy it.
House of Koko is one of the independent trail blazers in the trendy area of Chapel Allerton. The vibe is super cool chic, the kind where Apple Macs blend into the background. But, don’t be overwhelmed by the trendiness. This is a place you could chill on your ones; catch up with a friend; or settle down to some work (from not so home).
The café also has a great outdoor decking area that’s a sun trap in the afternoon.
Where to Park
The nearest parking to House of Koko are on residential streets next to the café. Try finding a spot on:
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
House of Koko is located in the centre of Chapel Allerton on Harrogate Road. The café is served by bus route 36 from Leeds City Centre. And a taxi ride shouldn’t be more than 10-minutes.
The café is inclusively accessible for a wheelchair and pushchair user. And there is a disabled toilet and baby changing facility inside.
Collection and delivery are available.
Note from Discover Leeds: Where possible we suggest contacting directly and/or collecting as third party delivery companies take a large cut.
What To Do Next
If you like a drink outside in the sun you’d be hard pushed to find some where as accommodating and reasonably priced as the The Three Hulats over the road.