First look at The Ivy’s indulgent treats on Leeds restaurant’s new menu


Luxury restaurant The Ivy Victoria Quarter gave us a sneak peek at what you can enjoy on their new spring menu.

The indulgent restaurant and cocktail bar Leeds has a new menu this spring with plenty of delicacies on offer. New dishes include green pea and nettle soup, which costs £6.95, grilled asparagus with Szechuan mayonnaise, capers, slivered almonds, quail eggs and watercress, which costs £8.50 , while foodies can enjoy the new Black Bee Honey and White Chocolate Cheesecake, which costs £9.25

Beekeeper Chris Barnes, founder of Black Bee Honey, said: “We were delighted when The Ivy chose to use our honey for their spring menu. It is a mixed flower variety from hives in Northamptonshire. This honey was selected for its light, sweet flavor and liquid quality, making it ideal for desserts like this.

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Along with the new dishes, The Ivy Victoria Quarter also offers a selection of spring cocktails, including the French Garden 75 and a sparkling peartini. Rob Hynes, General Manager of The Ivy Victoria Quarter, comments: “With reimagined favorites and a selection of new dishes, our new menu celebrates the best ingredients the spring season has to offer.

As we previously reported, this summer The Ivy Asia will open next to the existing venue. We’ll tell you more about the new opening when we have more details.

In the meantime, you can see some of the treats offered on the Ivy Victoria Quarter’s spring menu after the team invited us to try it. You can find out more by visiting the Ivy Leeds website.

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