Eating Out West Leeds

Cafes Friendly Cafes In Leeds City Centre

Corner Café at the Leeds Museum

Explore the museum and eat in the relaxed café

Address: Millenium Square, Leeds, LS2 8BH

Telephone: 0113 2243732

Crepe Affaire

Crepe Affaire has a huge range of toppings for your crepes- both sweet and savoury, from chocolate to chicken. The cafe is perfectly positioned in Trinity for a lunch break during a day of shopping.

Crepe Affaire, Trinity Leeds, 27 Albion St, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5ER.

Humpit – The hummus and pitta bar

Serve deliciously hummus smooth in a meal-sized bowl using own unique Mediterranean recipe. Just tear chunks of authentic, fluffy pita bread and wipe your bowl clean. Like the hummus, the falafel has been rated among the best in the UK and both are also available in pita to eat on the go…

Address: Corn Exchange, Call Lane, Leeds, LS1 7BR.

Telephone: 0113 245 3836

Jamaica Blue

Jamaica blue is a coffee shop with Jamaican influence and has a huge menu for little ones- enough to satisfy all appetites.

Trinity Leeds, 27 Albion Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5ER.


Moments is a lovely coffee shop and cafe with plenty of rooms for kids and a menu filled with family friendly food.

Moments, 8 Swinegate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4AG.

Roots and Fruits

Roots and fruits has plenty of room between tables from prams and pushchairs, as well as a menu that will appeal to kids of all ages. They are also more than happy to warm up baby food for any little ones.

*Please be aware that roots and fruits does not have changing facilities but there is plenty of room for nappy changing.

10-11 Grand Arcade, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6PG

The Arch Cafe

The Arch Cafe is owned by Age UK and is dedicated to working with older people. The cafe has a garden that is perfect for kids, high chairs, baby changing facilities and toys to keep the kids occupied,

Bradbury Building, Mark Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8JA.

The Corner Cafe

The Corner Cafe is fully equipped for kids with an access ramp and plenty of space for buggies, with high chairs available if you need them – and the kids will love the range of food on offer.

Leeds City Museum, Millennium Square, West Yorkshire, LS2 8BH.

The Tiled Hall

The Tiled Hall is a perfect spot to go after a morning at Leeds Central Library or the gallery at it sits just in between the two. The cafe has a children’s menu as well as high chairs and baby changing facilities.

The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AB

Trinity Kitchen

Trinity Kitchen serves a range of styles of cuisine in a street food layout.

Address: 58 Town St, Farsley, Pudsey LS28 5LD


Try out some frozen yoghurt for a healthier alternative to ice cream! Choose from vanilla, strawberry or chocolate (plus extra guest flavours) and you kids can top their yoghurt with fruit and sweets to create their own unique yoghurt. Yoghies even has activity sheets for the kids.

The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6JB