In 2011 we bought a little cafe in Leeds. Our only aim was to cook high quality, seasonal ingredients and share our passion and enthusiasm for food with others. We don't take bookings during the day - just pop in and say hello!

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    We quickly became known for our breakfasts, cooked to order using the best ingredients. Over time we've extended our menus to include specials from our own recipe Black Pudding, House Merguez or Spicy Cornbread.

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    We're very lucky to be part of a thriving independent food scene in Leeds. It's important to us that we work with other like-minded indies to grow our community. You'll find our coffee is from local roasters North Star, our bread is from Leeds Bread Co-op. Fish and Meat are sourced from Tarbetts and Sykes house farm.
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On Tuesday night it was the launch of Leeds Indie Food 18 and I was there, sat on a panel having an "industry chat". Nobody has put a microphone in my hand since that night I sang the full Dolly Parton back catalogue, so the guys at LIF18 were taking a risk.
Topics discussed were the rise of veganism & plant based diets, how can we tackle sustainability and eliminate waste, the "no show issue" which is gaining much publicity at the moment and of course no industry panel would be complete without a discussion on Brexit.
With a range of different business types, from bars, breweries, restaurants and social enterprises, in the room it would be surprising if we all agreed on everything. We of course all have differing visions, different goals and see different paths to get there. But what there was no denying was the amount of passion and enthusiasm that we all have for our businesses and the community that has developed around us over the last few years.
As Adam Smith, founder of The Real Junk Food Project, said "I've never been in a room where there's such a strong community of people who all want the same thing" I think he's right. Whatever my thoughts were as I left on Tuesday, and there were many, some of which I'll no doubt share with you over the next few weeks as LIF18 begins, I have been left with the warn fuzzy feeling of community.
Big thanks to Simon of Leeds Indie Food for asking me to being on the panel with Ben Davy of Ox Club et al, Hols from North Star, Liz Cottam from Home, Rob Greenland whose tweets first really got me thinking about sustainability, Helen Russell Brown whose creative bakery I've been watching from afar, and Andrew Critchett. In particular thanks to Josh for making sure the chairs weren't so low an older slightly out of condition lady such as myself didn't look to ridiculous getting up and down!
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Laura Wells

You were all brilliant and I was very happy to be there to listen and applaude you all as you all make a mark and a contribution to the City and it's identity Xx PS fantastic summary in full tehh evening

It was a fantastic discussion, thanks as always for your true and honest perspective on things.

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