How do I make a reservation at HOME?
All bookings are made through our online booking system, and require credit card details in order to be confirmed. Bookings can be amended until 10 days prior to your reservation. Cancellation inside this period or no shows will be charged (£100-£200 depending on the menu you select).
How do I make a reservation at HOME with a voucher?
To book, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information…
Your voucher code, date and time you would like to visit and size of party.
We also require notice of the experience you would like to dine from, and any dietary requirements/allergies.
Please note that all vouchers are only redeemable against final bills once validated, and cannot be accepted after their expiry date has passed.
For more information, or if you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
What is the cancellation policy?
In the event of cancellation all deposits are non-refundable. You are welcome to transfer your booking to another guest (a family member or friend), please contact us to assist you in doing so.
Do you cater to specific diets or allergies?
We are only able to cater for vegetarian and pescatarian diets, and allergies to gluten, shellfish, and nuts. We do request that guests alert us to these allergies at the point of booking so our kitchen can make all necessary preparations for their visit. We are also able to offer a menu for people with Coeliac disease.
We’re unable to substitute dishes or ingredients to create bespoke menus or dishes, and politely ask that you don’t request them.
Do you cater to pregnant guests?
HOME offers an adapted menu for pregnant guests which is made in accordance with NHS recommendations.
When do bookings become available?
Bookings are released, unannounced, up to three months in advance. Priority List subscribers will be the first to hear when bookings are released, you can join the Priority List at the bottom of the page.
A waiting list is available for all services, and can be joined via that service’s page on Res Diary.
Is there a service charge?
A Discretionary 10% service charge is added to all bills.
Can I make a booking for more than 4 guests?
Is it possible to make changes to my reservation?
When is the restaurant open?
We are open for dinner from 6pm on Wednesday – Friday.
12pm Saturday lunch, and dinner from 6pm
Is it possible to add supplements on the night?
You can add on one or many of our optional extras after you have made your booking. Our team will reach out and take you through the options and will make any arrangements for extra touches you would like to add to your experience.
How long should I allow to enjoy the experience?
We advise around 2.5 – 3 hours for our Tasting Menu, 1.5-2 hours for Short Tasting Menu.
We politely request that you arrive 15 minutes before your reservation. If you’re expecting to arrive late please let us know, and we will do our best to make sure your experience is impacted as little as possible.
Are children allowed in the restaurant.?
HOME is an adult dining space, and due to this we are unable to accommodate babies or children under the age of 12 years old. We do not offer a Children’s Menu for younger diners.
Is there on-site parking?
No, as we are located in a pedestrianised area, however, we recommend the public car parks at Kirkgate Market or Trinity.
For guests arriving and leaving by taxi, we are located very close to The Calls (Lamb and Flag) where we can be reached by crossing the pedestrian bridge, Dock Street (after The Adelphi) and Waterloo Street (Jury’s Inn), which are the most convenient locations for picking up and dropping off.
What happens if a member of the party doesn't show or leaves before the end of the meal?
If a party shows with less guests than what is booked the deposit relating to the no show cannot be redeemed against the bill and will be lost to cover the loss on our end.
We are unable to serve the food for the guest who isn’t present to be shared with the rest of the party.
This is the same principle if a guest leaves before the end of the experience.