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REVIEW: Chez Mal at Malmaison

Chez Mal

Anyone who has stayed at The Malmaison before will know they don’t do anything by halves and they certainly take their food seriously. The Brasserie’s new a la carte menu really does the Leeds restaurant scene proud, as it has added dishes influenced from around the world as well as their well-established classics. The Brasserie has recently been refurbished and ...

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Hotel Chocolat Review

Thursday night dinner and drinks in Leeds have always been a favourite tradition of mine and with the constantly changing Leeds bar and restaurant scene, we are spoilt for choice. However a firm favourite of mine that never disappoints is Hotel Chocolat in Leeds. Their in house restaurant, Roast+Conch, serves a wide range of food and drinks for people of ...

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Clayton Hotel Leeds Review

Clayton Hotel Reception

We check into Clayton Hotel Leeds! Leeds City Dweller Magazine columnist Zach Williamson checks in to Clayton Hotel Leeds for the evening. He spends the night sampling the food and drink at their well known restaurant and bar before turning in for the night in one of the upstairs rooms. Our wonderful city of Leeds is growing by the day. ...

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Fletch Checks Out Distrikt’s Sunday Lunch

jordan fletch

Fletch checks in at Distrikt to check out their brand new Sunday Lunch menu. Call your mum and tell her she’s sacked… Distrikt launch awesome new Sunday dinner. Since opening its doors back in 2009, Distrikt have been providing Leeds based hedonists with blistering beats and booze, as well as a diverse and ever-changing tapas menu. I dropped in recently ...

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Malmaison’s American BBQ Ribs Review

rachel flynn

City Dweller and socialite, Rachel Flynn heads to Malmaison to try out their mouth-watering American BBQ ribs. Here at City Dweller we love trying out new menus around Leeds, and luckily for us one of our favourite places to eat and drink, Malmaison, has just launched a mouth-watering American BBQ bargain that’s too good to miss. With a long overdue ...

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Hazel Checks Out Brooklyn Bar

Hazel Latner

Hazel Latner, Miss Leeds and City Dweller Columnist, tries out one of the finest burger joints in Leeds, Brooklyn Bar. Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently then you will know that Leeds has seriously upped its burger game. Almost Famous, MeatLiquor, Boss Burger and Aire Bar to name a few. With all this competition it can be hard ...

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Malmaison Sunday Lunch Review

Our columnist Rob Burgess heads down to the luxurious Malmaison Hotel, Bar and Brasserie to try out their superb Sunday lunch! Before I start I should admit to being a regular visitor to the Malmaison Bar, whether it be for informal meetings, after work drinks or indeed Sunday lunch. The venue seems to suit all of the above and offers ...

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Weetwood Hall Review

Weetwood Hall

We check out Weetwood Hall! Zach Williamson –  Model, Event Promoter and City Dweller Columnist gets in the Christmas spirit at Weetwood Hall. Believe it or not – it’s Christmas! Well… for those of us who have the responsibility of organising the Christmas fun, frolics and festivities for staff, friends and family. I decided to plan my festivities early and ...

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Nourish Review

jordan fletch

Fletch checks in at Nourish to get a healthy fix of wholesome yet ever so delicious grub. If you’re hungry in Leeds and fancy a decent burger, you’re spoilt for choice in a city that’s fast becoming the BBQ capital of the North. But what if you’re a vegan or a part time glutton that likes to be healthy during ...

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Rachel Checks Out The New Conservatory

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City Dweller and socialite, Rachel Flynn heads to The New Conservatory to check out their new summer menu. The New Conservatory has been a regular after work haunt for my friends and I for quite some time, and whether it is grabbing a bite to eat, or taking advantage of the bargain happy hour offers we are always guaranteed to ...

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