Zachary’s at Fulneck is a family owned and managed restaurant on the outskirts of Pudsey, Leeds. Although it can be tricky to find, this British restaurant is worth hunting for as it provides beautiful, unspoilt views across the rolling Yorkshire hills.
The restaurant offers a warm and friendly environment. The chic and modern dining room is decorated in a neutral palette of creams, coffees and chocolates to cream a homely and comfortable place to sit and enjoy a meal or a few drinks with friends. The dining room is small and able to seat approximately 40 people at one time, making it perfect for special occasions or intimate meals.
Zachary is the main man in the kitchen and is a well-trained Chef who has worked at venues including the Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey where he picked up a much coveted AA rosette. The menu is a British affair and is packed with flavoursome, hearty dishes such as 21 day aged fillet of Yorkshire Eshelby’s beef served with creamed savoy cabbage, thyme rosti, sautéed wild mushrooms, baby onions and glazed baby vegetables with a thyme jus, Loin of rabbit with a cauliflower cheese risotto with baby leeks, feves and garden peas, cauliflower beignets, tarragon and white truffle oil, and Pork Three Ways with a Parma ham wrapped tenderloin, braised belly pork and Applewood smoked gammon with hotpot potatoes, braised red cabbage, parsnip puree, apple sauce and a sage jus.
The family input into this restaurant makes it a pleasurable place to dine and, though off the beaten track, is worth a special visit.