Often visit the Revolution restaurant at Millenium Square, Leeds and have always found the food, fresh and tasty. They can alter meals to suit, should you not want pan fried chicken then they will grill it. Its more expensice than you would pay in a pub, so you're looking at around 10 to 15 per person inc drinks each. I love the Morrocan chicken in flatbread, the taste is amazing.but I always have to ask for extra chicken as 2 skewers is not enough for me.
They used to do lovely big fat chunky chips but for some reason have changed to skinny ones which isn't as good. The burgers are handmade fat ones but they have changed the buns to normal burger buns now, the other breadbuns were better. The tables are quite large so you have to squeeze and shuffle off the boothed sofa areas and often take a cushion with you. The toilets are ok and have straighteners to use by a large mirror that makes you look skinny. (Bonus). Its surprisingly never that busy so I often get a decent seat and service. On a night it changes to dancefloor and clubn with the restaurant area curtained off. There is outside seating for sunny days.
Its worth trying as the food is probably one of the best places to eat in Leeds. Really varied menu - hoisin duck pizza (its very nice!). They used to do an option where if you didn't get served food within 15mins of ordering it, then you got it free. This happened to me once which was great but they don't do it anymore. Anyone that works for the council gets 25% off the bill providing you show your Id card.kids eat free with a paying adult each I think. Try it. I'm a fussy eater but always enjoy it here.
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