Lost & Found Leeds Club – it’s a city wide thing – is a Victorian themed restaurant and bar. It’s time to lose yourself at the Lost & Found Leeds Club.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
The Lost & Found Leeds Club are serving a twisted up British and European menu. Opt for a bottomless brunch or sink your teeth into popular mains like pastas and woodfire pizzas cooked to perfection. There’s even 21 day steaks ready to sear at 400 degrees on the special Josper grill. What’s more the place is a firm favourite with families, and the specially curated kids menu is testament to this.
The cocktail making, or “molecular mixology” as they like to call it is the main attraction on the drinks menu. Choose between ‘Lost’, ‘Found’, ‘Classics’ and ‘Spiritz’ selections. This mind blowing list of amazing cocktails comes with low and no-alcohol options too!
Alongside the cocktails you can pick from a heady selection of G&Ts, wines, ales, beers and ciders.
The venue is aptly located in a Grade II listed Victorian building. A throwback to a bygone era where the world was moving forwards at dizzying speed. This Victorian hideaway – The Leeds Club – is inspired by the mythical figure Professor Benedict Pike. He was a bizarre and adventurous individual and we think one glance at the cocktail menu will scream that!
Where to Park
The nearest paid parking is next door at Q-Park Albion Street.
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The Lost and Found Leeds Club is a 5-minute walk from Leeds train and bus station. From the restaurant site on Albion Place it’s pretty easy to get to either.
Lost & Found Leeds Club has wheelchair access and a disability toilet 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
Where to go next? With a taste for the high grade cocktail well and truly satiated we couldn’t think of anywhere more suitable than the Botanist just off Briggate… keep it mixed!