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Hello Spring

We are dreaming of sunshine, long weekends and late lunches. To help you ease yourself into the promise of sunny days we have opened Friday lunchtime and we have opened May reservations.

We have a new menu which includes some of the dishes developed for Great British Menu (which means goodbye to “A Simple Welcome” and hello to some new dishes).  We have some wonderful new wine pairings and some exclusive new wines.

Don’t forget it is Mothers Day Sunday 27th March. Also we have Easter and Bank Holidays coming up so get your long weekend booked in at HOME

Friday Lunch Starting March 6th 
We are delighted to announce that we are open for Friday Lunch. We have two sittings 1pm and 1.30pm. We will be serving the Short Tasting menu as you will need to allow 1.5hrs which seems sensible for lunch. Plus, if you book for the 1pm sitting you will have the option to upgrade to the Full Tasting Menu on the day. What a way to finish a week or start a weekend.  

Did you see HOME mentioned in the Observer Food Magazine 50 Things We Love In The World Of Food ? Leeds was named as The Natural wine city with its restaurants love of low intervention wine. We thought we would bring your attention to just one of our new low intervention wines. We have many other new wines making their way onto our list. Let us know if you would be interested in knowing more about our wines. 

Domaine Labet ‘Les Varrons’ Chardonnay, Jura, France 2017

An iconic winery of Jura, France. Domaine Labet are a certified organic and biodynamic family run winery, whose practices have always excluded the use of pesticides and herbicides in the field, and now just a minimal use of sulphur at the bottling stage. 

They produce single varietal wines with pin point precision, that are native and or indigenous to the area. This Chardonnay comes from vines planted between 1932 and 1940, a bone dry expression of Chardonnay with a wonderfully mineral backbone, piercing citrus pith notes and a long finish that just intensifies. With the vines being of such an age, the yield of grapes is very low, meaning that this is a wine of great scarcity and something we are immensely proud to be able to serve to our guests. Available only by the bottle and of very limited numbers.