Leeds boasts some stunning Italian restaurants that not only offer the very best Italian cuisine but also breath-taking architecture and the highest standards of service. If you are thinking of hosting a special occasion, look no further than Leeds’ Italian offerings.
Italian cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in the world. Instantly recognisable for its clean flavours and unfussy dishes, Italian cuisine values the quality of their ingredients over quantity and elaborate preparation. With an emphasis on hearty, home-cooked dishes, there is something to suit every taste and budget on an Italian menu.
Italian restaurants offer a variety of different dining experiences ranging from super-chic and modern formal dining to authentic and relaxed venues that are perfect for enjoying a lazy lunch and a glass of wine. Whatever the occasion, there is an Italian restaurant to suit your requirements.
On this page you will find a collection of the very best Italian restaurants in Leeds; researched for you by the team at Go dine and collected on one, easy to use, page. Whether you are looking for a show-stopping venue for a special occasion or the best value lunch menu in the city; you can browse photos, menus and diner reviews to help you find the ideal restaurant for you.
Once you’ve decided, you can book online for free and take advantage of the fantastic online offers that mean you can enjoy your favourite food, at your favourite restaurant, for less.
Can’t decide what to eat? Why not search for restaurants close to you instead? Our Leeds pages offer you the very best restaurants in Leeds city centre as well as the surrounding areas such as Chapel Allerton and Headingley. If you fancy trying something new you can also explore the other cuisines on offer in Leeds by using our cuisine pages. With Japanese to Spanish restaurants and everything in between, these pages could reacquaint you with an old favourite or introduce you to something new!
Did you know? In Northern Italy, last names tend to end in “i”, while those from the South often end in “o.”