Following a period of re-design and reassessment to ensure comfortable Covid-19 safety procedures for all staff and visitors, today (Friday 7th August) heralds the reopening of the Bar & Kitchen of The Tetley in Leeds, as well as the arts spaces within.
Just before lockdown, The Tetley welcomed new Head Chef Rob Kaye. Previously Head Chef of Leeds restaurant Stockdales, Rob will be revamping the menu and adding his own personal stamp to some Tetley favourites, prioritising local, quality and seasonal produce.
Expect a honed-down menu, available across lunches and early evenings as the kitchen reopens. There will be plenty of veggie and vegan-friendly options, and of course obligatory Sunday roasts. The Tetley are also happy to launch a unique Private Dining service upon reopening. Book the historic Tetley Boardroom for private dinner parties for a truly special experience.
Look at the menu and pay for your food through your own device, and please be aware that The Tetley will be operating cash-free as a safety precaution.
During August, on the each Wednesday, The Tetley will take part in the Eat Out To Help scheme, as the they encourage people to try the new menu and welcome them back.
The team have been working on a range of essential safety measures to make staff and visitors safe and comfortable at all times within The Tetley. This includes booked arrival time slots for the galleries to limit footfall. You can book your visit online at www.thetetley.org
Other safety measures include a new ‘at table’ ordering system for food and drinks ordering and paying, employee initiatives to minimise staff onsite and ameliorate travel procedures, layout changes in the Bar & Kitchen, and more.
Sam, Head of Food and Beverages, said: “We are very excited to welcome back the communities of Leeds to The Tetley. Our aim has been to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all, and we have definitely achieved that.
“Head Chef, Rob Kaye, has worked incredibly hard on a new Daily Menu including some Tetley favourites and a host of new dishes which can be shared. We can’t wait for our visitors to try it.”
For more information about its plans for reopening, updates on its exhibitions, booking tickets and much more, please visit the website www.thetetley.org or follow on social media.