The slick Crafthouse restaurant serves up seasonal British fare from a roof-top perch. Akin to the D&D group’s Manchester operation, 20 Stories, there’s a spacious outside terrace and bar – but the real draw is the food. Head chef, Lee Murdoch, opened the Crafthouse in 2016 for this international restaurant group, following an award-winning stint at Abu Dhabi’s 55&5th The Grill. World-class fine dining, using the best of British ingredients is guaranteed. The menu includes a compact a la carte collection and josper grill section, serving up charcoal-seared flat iron, fillet and rump cap steaks, sourced from Orkney’s finest cattle (Murdoch is a Scotsman afterall) and up to 45 days dry aged. The menu proper could take in whisky smoked salmon with black vinegar powder, wild deer with a sweet and sour pear and black pudding fritter, or a sumptuous ‘modern’ Sachertorte. It’s all British, with a canny twist. Wines are solid, and booking is essential – this is one of Leeds most popular hot spots, and the adjacent Angelica bar is just as busy.