Leeds Food and Drink Festival: The stalls to visit and photos from this weekend's tasty event

Millennium Square transformed into a food lover's paradise on Friday as the eighth annual Leeds Food and Drink Festival made its return today.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 1st June 2018, 4:56 pm
Updated Friday, 1st June 2018, 5:12 pm

The popular festival will be open from Friday until Sunday 3 June and will showcase some of the city's tastiest food and drink, with local street food vendors, international culinary delights and large festival marquee bar just a few of the tempting treats on offer.

All tastes are well catered for with a variety of traders in attendance, serving everything from Yorkshire pudding wraps to delicious vegetarian dishes.

Cheesy delights are being supplied by Big Red Pizza Oven, Pizza loco and Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, while meat lover's won't want to miss Wagyu Lookin’ At, Sausage Box and Steak Out Sandwich.

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The eighth annual Leeds Food and Drink Festival will be open at Millennium Square until Sunday 3 June

For those keen to try more exotic and spicy flavours, head to Little Somboon, Kukoos Indian, Sri Non or Spicy Jack Deli.

And if you have a sweet tooth, Brown and Blond, Senor Churro and Crepe Escape are just a few of the traders not to be missed.

Who is attending?

Little Somboon

The festival will showcase some of the city's tastiest food and drink, with local street food vendors and international culinary delights on offer


Big Red Pizza oven

Brown and Blond

Laura’s Fudge

As well as a host of food traders, there is also a traditional British tea room and a large festival marquee bar to enjoy

Neil’s Greengrocers

Real Beef Burger

The Dilla Deli

Sri Non

Yorkshire Hot Dog

Wagyu Lookin’ At

Senor Churro

Pavs Dhaba

Marcia’s Caribbean

Zouk Turkish

Kukoos Indian

Curtis Bratwurst

Steak Out Sandwich

The Baking Biker

Orange & Smoothies

Little Bubble Box

Amor Events

La Foccacia

Sausage Box

Pizza loco

Smak Polish Kitchen

Food 4 Festivals

What the Duck

Snowdon Hill Buffalo Burgers


Gondola Raclette

Crepe Escape

Yummy Yorkshire

Pickard Pies

Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich

Moka Coffee

Pie Eyed

Mor Mor

Armenia Street Bar

Istanbul Grill

The Little Seahorse

Fresh Olives 4U


Nans Van


Yummy Bakes

Spicy Jack Deli

Chilli Shop

YP Bus

The three-day festival is free to attend and is open from 11am to 8pm, on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 June, and from 11am to 4pm on Sunday 3 June.