Review Summary

7 based on 1 reviews
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    Been to TGI's a few times now and I like the food, huge portions and the JD sauce is so good! Service can be a bit slow at times but might be because of the size of the place?

Mon:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Tue:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Wed:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Thu:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Fri:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Sat:
11:30am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
Sun:
11:30pm-10:30pm (last orders 9:30pm)
  • Ranked #46 of 189
  • Avg. main course: £14
  • 0.57 miles from Leeds
  • Burgers

We say…

TGI Fridays Leeds is situated on the corner of Wellington Street and Wellington Bridge Street, close to Gala Casino and Leeds city centre Premier Inn. Its central location means that it is only a fifteen minute walk from the rail station and close enough to the hub of Leeds nightlife to be used as a starting point for an evening out.

TGI Fridays Leeds is part of a chain of American style diner restaurants that serve up big American classics to hungry diners, seven days a week. The restaurants are packed with quirky items, each of which reflects a part of the TGI’s mantra. The colour scheme features a lot of red and white candy stripe, originally from the Barnum and Bailey’s circus, to reflect the fun that you will have when dining at TGI’s. There are squashy booths as well as tables and TGI’s has no problem catering for any size party.

On the menu you will find a delicious array of American classics and almost everything comes with TGI’s signature Jack Daniels BBQ sauce, a sweet, tangy BBQ sauce perfect for chip dipping. Must try items include the Steak, Ribs and Shrimp grill combo; a mammoth portion of surf and turf served with onion rings and fries, Black and Blue Prime Choice burger featuring a Cajun-spiced 7oz Aberdeen Angus burger topped with tangy, crumbly Bleu cheese and onion rings and served with a side of creamy Bleu cheese dip and the Loaded Potato skins stuffed with cheese, crispy bacon and sour cream. The skins have been on the menu since 1974 and they remain one of the restaurants most popular dishes to date.

A trip to TGI Fridays Leeds will leave you with a smile. It is a venue that is constantly buzzy thanks to the loud music and friendly staff. Definitely a place to visit with friends.

Burgers



last updated: 21 Mar 2019
City Gate, Wellington Street, Leeds, LS3 1LH
0844 692 0257