Printworks Kitchen & Bar shortlisted for award
Printworks Kitchen & Bar is proud to be shortlisted for an Oliver Award. This prestigious accolade celebrates the best of local dining, highlighting some of the finest restaurants in the country.
Run by the Yorkshire Evening Post, the awards are being judged by industry experts, chef Stephanie Moon, food critic Amanda Wragg, and author Simon Jenkins.
Competing alongside Printworks Kitchen & Bar for the title of Best Café, are Café 164, Gron Café, Hepworth’s Deli, Laynes Espresso and The Bank.
Elaine Chambers, Retail Operations Manager, said: “We’re so excited to be acknowledged alongside some of the most established eateries in Leeds.
“We’re constantly developing our menu to offer exceptional dishes, drinks and food from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.
“Our themed nights are becoming more popular and we’ve added an exquisite afternoon tea to our repertoire. Our main passion, however, centres on working with apprentices to nurture the upcoming talent of chefs, baristas and waiting staff.
“We have also collaborated with Printworks Salon & Spa, to offer a full indulgent experience of food and pampering packages.”
The Oliver Awards will be taking place on 11 March at the Centenary Pavilion in Leeds.