Leeds Food Tours: Leeds Street Food

Leeds Food Tours: Leeds Street Food

Eat your way around Leeds’ street food scene devouring everything from Bao buns to burgers; falafel to curry. You’ll visit six street food vendors, with food included at every stop, along with two alcoholic drinks – including a ‘pour your own’ beer stop!

You can expect:

– Street food from all over the world, enjoyed in cosy indoor settings
– Visits to two street food ‘hubs’ for multiple tastings
– Local beer – including a ‘pour your own’ stop
– An insight into the venues, their stories and their values
– Some street food history – including what steamed buns and severed heads have in common and why Robert the Chestnut Seller was arrested whilst selling street food in Leeds in the 1940s.
* Duration: 3 to 5 hours
* Starts: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Beer & Brewery Tours




Eat your way around Leeds’ street food scene devouring everything from Bao buns to burgers; falafel to curry. You’ll visit six street food vendors, with food included at every stop, along with two alcoholic drinks – including a ‘pour your own’ beer stop!

You can expect:

– Street food from all over the world, enjoyed in cosy indoor settings
– Visits to two street food ‘hubs’ for multiple tastings
– Local beer – including a ‘pour your own’ stop
– An insight into the venues, their stories and their values
– Some street food history – including what steamed buns and severed heads have in common and why Robert the Chestnut Seller was arrested whilst selling street food in Leeds in the 1940s.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Leeds City Centre, Leeds, UK

Feast on the best street food in Leeds! You’ll visit two of Leeds’ street food hubs for multiple tastings inspired by cuisines from all over the world, and visit a few smaller venues in between – you definitely won’t be going hungry! Drinks will be included at two of the venues, and tap water available throughout.

You’ll hear the unique stories behind the places we visit, learn about the food we’re eating (including why one of the dishes we eat is translated to ‘barbarian’s head’) and learn about how the consumption of street food has developed through past to present in Leeds and the rest of the world.

Duration: 4 hours