Meat:Stack to open Leeds restaurant this spring

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Meat:Stack to open Leeds restaurant this spring

Related tags: Burger, Casual dining

Burger restaurant group Meat:Stack is doubling up with the opening of a second restaurant in Leeds this spring.

The new, 60-cover restaurant will open in Leeds city centre on Bishopgate Street in the 34 Boar Lane building, which has recently been transformed by the owner investment firm Kinrise. Tenants also include Mowgli & The Collective.

Menu items include tits bestselling French Canadian burger, which comes with streaky bacon, blue cheese, garlic butter, chilli-maple syrup, hash brown, American cheese and signature Stack sauce; and the American West Coast Classic made with American cheese, house made Stack sauce and shredded lettuce.

There is also a fried chicken burger in the form of a Turbocharger, which is made with chicken tenders, baconnaise, pickled jalapenos, dry cure smoked streaky bacon, hash brown and buffalo sauce; and sides such Pompeii fries - beef dripping fries with Stack sauce, fiery ‘nduja sugo, basil oil and parmesan cheese.

“Since we announced that we will be coming to Leeds, we cannot get over the incredible support we have had in the city,” says partner and director Allan Hyslop.

“There is such a great food scene here and we cannot wait to be a part of that!  Community is everything to us and we hope to be getting involved with as many businesses, creatives and foodie folk as we possibly can once we are open.”

Meat:Stack launched as a pop-up in 2016 operating within Newcastle’s historic Grainger Market for a couple of years. In 2020, it opened its first high street restaurant on the Bigg Market in Newcastle.

Related topics: Casual Dining

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