Ryan’s Kitchen is one of the best Jamaican style cook ups in Leeds. He takes spicy dishes and makes them mild without losing the key Caribbean flavours. The menu is made up of of the curried and stewed meat and fish classics. With the addition of mock vegan and veggie options every nourishing need is taken care of.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Welcome aboard the flavour jamboree! Big portion sizes and top quality Jamaican food is being served up at Ryan’s Kitchen. Check out some of the staple classics: jerk chicken; curried goat; ackee & saltfish; go so well with a side – dumpling; rice and peas; plantain; and macaroni cheese – that soak up those big flavours! If you’re after something veggie or vegan then wrap your lips around the jackfruit; plantain and the mock jerk special.
Every week the restaurant changes their homemade cake option. Pop in or ring up to find out what’s this weeks special is. That rhubarb and ginger vegan cake had us salivating!
Ryan’s Kitchen is a BYOB (bring your own beer) setup which makes your visit even cheaper. If you’re after something a little sweet and tangy he’s got you covered with a range of tropical flavours, including a fiery ginger beer.
Ryan’s is a charmingly small kitchen front with the hall marks of a real homestyle cooking vibe – check the beaded curtain door! You’ll want to visit at a quieter time if you fancy eating at one of the few tables inside. Ryan serves you with a big smile from behind a shack style counter. The service is super friendly with a soundtrack to match. We can guarantee you’ll leave feeling satisfyingly content with the world.
Where to Park
Next door to Ryan’s is the Cardigan Fields carpark. Parking is free but timed so keep an eye on the clock to avoid a yellow ticket.
- Grab a free timed spot at Cardigan Fields, postcode: LS4 2DG (Google Map Directions)
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
Bus, taxi and rail will get you to Ryan’s Kitchen! Bus numbers 15, 19, 60 and 72 travel down Kirkstall Road and Burley Station is only a 10-minute walk from the kitchen.
What To Do Next
If it’s busy inside – and that’s possible – you’ll want to find somewhere else to eat. Kirkstall Bridge Inn pub is less than a 5-minute drive down Kirkstall Road. Park up on one of the benches next to the river and order a locally (literally fresh from Kirkstall Road brewery) ale to help sink that beautiful Jamaican food.