Headrow House is a brand new drinking spot, a spot of four floors to be exact, tucked away in Leeds. If you're a local, it's a new development from the guys behind the nearby Belgrave Music Hall so you know it's going to be a good 'un.

It's not far from the city's up and coming 'Northern Quarter' and with a beer hall, cocktail bar and roof terrace, it's definitely a place to keep in mind in the coming year.

Their ground floor Ox Club restaurant opened a little later than the rest of the building but on their eagerly awaited launch weekend, we were invited for a spot of brunch from the new menu. On arrival we were offered a complimentary glass of prosecco (10:30am so of course, yes please!) to celebrate their opening and coincidently, our early Christmas weekend festivities.

The brunch menu (here) is full of tasty options but in the end we settled for the Ox Club breakfast and Smoked Avocado between us. It's great, plentiful food and actually fab value for money for the setting and service you can expect during your visit.

Also, everything is better when your milk is served in a tiny glass bottle with a stopper. Everything.

Both meals were great and the atmosphere makes such a nice change from the american-style diners that have been a hit for brunch lovers in Leeds recently.

It's much more rustic and the food is far less greasy; a great place for a weekend treat.

Check out the Headrow House website for more information and we'll definitely be paying Ox Club another visit. I've got my eye on this place for an evening meal in the coming weeks for sure.



This post features products and events that were subsidised for review purposes.
All opinions are my own and were written without the influence of the prosecco we were offered, I promise!