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Is there parking available?

We don’t have on site parking, however, there are several streets close by that are all ‘two hour no return’ parking areas. Examples include various parts of North Lane as well as; Chapel St, Cross Chapel St and Chapel Pl. 

The best option in our opinion, is The Headingley Taps. Their car park is only 50p per hour and free for the first hour! There is also a pay and display car park behind Manahatta and behind Ecco Pizzeria as well.

For our breakfast/lunch menu, 09:00-16:00, we take bookings for groups of 6 and over. Otherwise we operate on a first come, first serve basis. We take bookings for Bottomless Brunch for sittings at 12:00, 14:00 and 16:00. 

Yes! We take bookings for diners from 5pm. If you are just here for the bar then no booking is required. 

Yes and no. Mostly no. During the weekends it’s 100% no. During the week we are a bit more flexible. If you are having a working lunch and want to use your laptop whilst waiting for your food, then that’s fine. Or if you’ve eaten and want to use your laptop after your meal then that is fine also.

Off peak (Monday to Thursday 15:00-17:00) if you want a drink whilst you do a little work. No problem at all. Please bear in mind we don’t have plug sockets around the restaurant though.


Yes, during the day, we use most of the restaurant for dining only but reserve an area for those just wanting a coffee or alcohol. We are licensed from 9am. 

In the evening, absolutely. We have a full bar, cocktail menu etc. so come on down for a drink!

Children are welcome up until 7pm, we do ask that they are always supervised with bums on seats and no climbing over furniture etc – we are a busy venue and would like to avoid anyone getting knocked over. We have a small children’s menu, 3 high chairs and a baby changer on site. We appreciate help with cleaning up after your children. On busy days, we have limited space for prams and buggies that don’t fold up, but will always try our best to accommodate them!



Our menus now have icons next to each dish so customers can visually see what allergens are present easier. There is a key on each menu so you can understand what each icon symbolises in terms of allergens. If you need any further advice on the day then please speak to a member of staff. To avoid cross contamination in our kitchen, we have different coloured chopping boards/knives, recommended gluten free alternatives and different cooking methods used.

We try our hardest to cater safely for those that are gluten free or live with Coeliac Disease. We know that we can’t say we are coeliac friendly as we still use gluten based products in our kitchen but we have introduced several measures to make people feel as comfortable as possible. As well as the precautionary methods listed above, we have both a grill and a fryer that gluten never touches, we also leave one oven gluten free during service.

Yes. Our door and entrance way is 1.2m wide so is wide enough for wheelchair access. The front section of the restaurant is accessible and we have a disabled access toilet. Please note, if you require a table with wheelchair accessibility, we would recommend phoning the shop first so we can make sure we can get an appropriate table ready.