What’s not to love about pie.
Flaky pastry, rich fillings and a plethora of side dishes that you can match to suit your mood.
When I mentioned that I was going to review the new pie place, there was so much interest I ended up going with three of my mates.
The first thing that draws your eye to the restaurant is the neon yellow lights. What could go wrong with a restaurant that has ‘Pie’ in its name ?
There are some places in Leeds that are just standard eateries for me, places that the Other Half and I have been going to for years. Pinche Pinche is one such place.
Pinche Pinche is by far one of my favourite restaurants in Leeds, not only for the consistently good food (and range of tequilas), but the fact that it reminds us both of Mexico.
Now I love a love a bit of quirky eating and my visit to Teppan Two Sixty was one of those experiences, in a good way.Seeing my gym is in that vicinity, it made sense to pop in and have a look at what was on offer. Situated on the corner of Millennium Place in Leeds city centre, Teppan TwoSixty opened its doors last month.
At Teppan TwoSixty diners cook their main courses in a Teppan dish which is warmed to 260 degrees(thus the name).
As my guest and I arrived we were seated right by the window, perfect for people watching. We were told to grab the iPad under the table as the menu is displayed on there.