Private Dining Venues for Conferences
There’s more to conferences than food… but there are few parts of it that your delegates will enjoy more. Indeed, according to our own research, almost half of delegates say that socialising is one of the most memorable aspects of conferences – meaning that the restaurant and venue you choose for your social events can make a real difference to the overall success of your event.
Leeds is home to a variety of exceptional dining experiences, including some delicious private culinary adventures for your specific business needs, whether you are looking to organise an exclusive speakers dinner or a food experience for your conference board. As the foodie capital of the North, the spread of restaurants and diversity of global cuisines is very special, giving you oodles of choice when it comes to private dining options. Leeds is full of unique and diverse menus, and no matter where you go, you’ll never miss out on a wonderful dining experience when visiting the city.
We’ve pulled together our top recommended restaurants that offer a delightful private dining experience, ensuring that both delegates, VIP’s and organisers will have a dining experience to remember.
Located within the heritage-steeped Queens Hotel, the Grand Pacific is a generous serving of old school glamour perfect for your conference dinner or social event. Luxury 1920s-inspired interiors make an opulent backdrop for your delegates, with mirrored walls, ambient lighting and botanical characteristics.Read More
The Ivy Asia
Set amidst the premium boutiques and eateries of the Victoria Quarter, Leeds is home to one of the two Ivy Asia restaurants in the North of England, which offers fine dining for all occasions.Read More
At Tattu Leeds attention to detail is always a priority, from their exquisite contemporary Chinese cuisine fusing traditional flavours with modern cooking methods and exquisite presentation through to the intricate décor. The restaurant has been carefully designed to take guests on a sensory journey from the traditional East to the modern West.Read More