The £400,000 city centre venue – latest in the award winning Bengal Brasserie chain – is at the Merrion Centre, in Merrion Way, just a short walk from Leeds First Direct Arena.
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Bengal Brasserie already has a five star hygiene rating, but has additionally introduced latest one-metre plus social distancing measures, coupled with staff training, to ensure highest levels of cleanliness and safety for customers and its workers during the Covid-19 outbreak.
A leading player in Leeds’ flourishing city centre restaurant scene, it serves up authentic Bengali and Indian food with a modern twist.
House specialities include freshly prepared murg mohoni, chicken deshi and a range of korai dishes created by acclaimed executive chef Mohon Miah.
The restaurant fuses interior design influences of traditional Indian craftsmanship with Yorkshire urban chic.
It has attracted lots of celebrities since it opened three years ago.
Emmerdale TV soap stars held a cast party there and Leeds’ world champion boxer Josh Warrington not only eats there…they’ve named a Rogan Josh Warrington curry after him.
The Bengal Brasserie group, which has been in business almost 30 years, has four other outlets with sister restaurants in Haddon Road, Kirkstall, Roundhay Road in North Leeds, Goodramgate in York and Victoria Street in Wetherby.
Bengal Brasserie managing director Malik Miah said: “We’ve all the safety measures in place to ensure people can come eat with us in a very secure and safe environment.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming new and regular customers.
“Here at Bengal Brasserie we cater for everyone – vegetarians, vegans, fish and meat lovers.”
RESTAURANT OPENING TIMES (From Saturday, July 4):
Monday to Saturday, 5pm – 11pm
Sunday: 12pm to 10pm