Tuana Bistro are crafting the skill of fusing Turkish and Greek foods, with a distinct Mediterranean flavour thrown into the mix. And their doing it in the little village of Adel, just north of Leeds.
There are vegetarian friendly food options available.
It’s been designed to include a range of both meaty and vegetarian dishes from chargrilled kebabs to seafood platters. The platter is a beautiful thing because you various things all at the same time, say piled high with dolma, halloumi, koftas and more.
A tip from several of the customers falls on the incredible fresh bread that’s served with a bowl of garlicy butters. If you visit Tuana Bistro saviour this side dish!
A la Carte
From Sunday to Thursday you can get 2 courses for a fair price. It’s a great crack at mixing and matching lots of different dishes, Mediterranean style.
Tuana Bistro are of the approach to connect their craft from the food to the drink. And this genuinely works well with the white, red, and rose wines. There’s even more bubbles in the form of prosecco and champagne. Alongside a choice of gins and bottled beers.
It’s an instantaneous warm and welcoming environment when you step through the door of Tuana Bistro. The décor is deconstructed with wood and open brink exteriors amongst factory feel lighting. Most recently the restaurant has added an excellent new heated terrace ready for the alfresco eating.
Where to Park
Park for free on the Crescent, a residential street adjacent to Tuana Bistro.
- The Crescent, postcode: LS16 6AA (Google Map Directions)
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First Bus Leeds number 8 and WY Metro x84 stop directly outside Tuana Bistro. A taxi will take you around 20-minutes from the centre of town.
Tuana Bistro has a single step entrance.
What To Do Next
After you’ve enjoyed your meal head left on Farrar Lane off Otley Road towards the High Farm Pub, it’s a proper friendly and it’s got a great beer garden.