La Tasca Leeds is located on Greek Street in Leeds city centre. La Tasca’s location in the middle of an densely populated drinking and dining area that is rapidly gaining a reputation as the place to eat and drink in Leeds, means that diners are never short of options. Its close proximity to the train station, just a ten minute walk away, and the Victorian Quarter shopping arcade, just two minutes away makes it the ideal place to round up a day shopping.
The restaurant is full of Spanish charm that sprawls across two floors. On the ground floor diners are welcomed into a dining room that gives off a Spanish taverna feel; whitewashed walls, decorative tiles and a mural that makes it feel as if you are looking down on a Spanish village all contribute to an authentic Spanish dining experience. On the first floor, there are dried chillies hanging from the walls and the seating is arranged around a mezzanine balcony, allowing guests to see what is going on downstairs.
La Tasca is a tapas restaurant and the name of the game is sharing, hence why there a booths lining the walls. It is designed for larger groups but couples and smaller tables are still able to dine in privacy and comfort. On the menu you will find an extensive list of tapas dishes including the popular ‘tapas to share’ dishes with combinations such as ‘Meat Favourites’, ‘Your Favourites’; a selection of the restaurants most popular dishes, and ‘Chef’s Favourites’. There is a dish to suit everyone’s tastes and the informal dining experience means you can have as little, or as much, of your preferred dishes as you like.
La Tasca Leeds is a must-visit if you are looking for a venue to host larger celebrations and gatherings. There is a well-stocked bar serving a selection of wines, beers, lagers, spirits and cocktails and the serene Spanish music playing in the background encourages diners to stay long after they have finished their meal and relax in good company.