Top Takeaways in Leeds and Bradford

Lively Leeds is the urban heart of West Yorkshire and coupled with Bradford has one of the most dynamic food scenes in the UK. Bradford was named Curry Capital of Britain in 2004, 2011, 2012 and holds the current title too! Being crowned an astonishing four times means its Indian food is, of course, of the very highest quality in this part of the country and Leeds and Bradford locals will settle for nothing but the best. Other cuisines are well-served though and the area’s large student population ensures there’s always a high demand for a diverse selection of takeaway food.

Pizza House Company

You can’t go wrong with a cheesy pizza and the customers who’ve ordered from this loyal takeaway agree and continue to come to Pizza House Company for their pizza fix. The reliable and speedy service hasn’t gone unnoticed by its hungry customers. If none of the delicious pizzas tickle your fancy, create your own instead and have it exactly how you like it. Get a couple of side orders to perfectly complement your meal: jalapeño melts, mozzarella sticks and garlic mushrooms are just the tip of the iceberg so have a look.
302 Harrogate Road, Moortown, Leeds, LS17 6LY

Sizzler’s Pizza and Balti Hut

These guys are so good that they’re featuring in our top takeaways countdown for Leeds and Bradford for the second year running, and it’s easy to see why. Sizzler’s Pizza and Balti Hut is perfect if your group’s split on its cuisine preferences. Piping-hot stringy pizza such as garlic margherita pizza and Indian-infused tandoori hot pizza are great for sharing. The delicious Indian meals like the creamy, coconut chicken korma or the spicy lamb madras have proved very popular. The winning pizza and Indian combination has its customers consistently reviewing it as one of the best curry houses in the city.
443 Tong Street, Bradford, BD4 6NA

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Posh Nosh

Despite the elegant-sounding name, you don’t have to be royalty to enjoy the succulent lamb tikka masala or tantalising king prawn biryani from this winning Indian restaurant. Their options don’t stop at excellent curries though; this restaurant also offers burgers, chicken and pizza! With thirty mouth-watering pizzas to choose from you know you’ll want order here often to try as many as possible and give your palate a treat with all the different flavours and combinations! The many deals are perfect if you’re saving the pennies. This takeaway has many satisfied customers; you’re bound to become one too.
389 Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 6AP


This Austin Powers-sounding restaurant specialises in many different cuisines so there’s something for everyone. In the mood for Indian, kebab, pizza, burgers and chicken? Their vast array of freshly-prepared pizzas can be ordered deep pan or with a thin crust to suit everyone’s needs. As well as traditional pizzas that we all know and love, live dangerously and opt for one of their out-of-the-ordinary pizzas such as beano pizza (topped with beans, of course) or chicago bear pizza (with ham, pepperoni, garlic sausage and salami – a real meat feast).
If pizza isn’t doing it for you today, try out the great range of Indian cuisine or burgers and chicken that Mojo’s offers.
40 Langbar Gardens, Whinmoor Leeds LS14 5ES

Pizza House

There’s no lack of pizza takeaways in Leeds and Bradford, but Pizza House is especially great at satisfying the cravings of peckish locals. Wraps, burgers, kebabs, pizzas, calzones; you name it! One satisfied customer even described the pizzas as ‘light and fluffy’ and won’t order from anywhere else after tasting Pizza House’s specialities. Get a couple of sides and you’re sorted; cheesy chips, onion rings, BBQ chicken wings – you’ll find the perfect accompaniment to complement your main meal and put an end to those pesky stomach rumbles.
34 Middleton Park Road, Leeds LS10 3ST

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