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Ox Club grill restaurant opens at Headrow House

Written by
Shaun Curnow

Earlier this year, a former textile mill on The Headrow was transformed into an exciting mixed use events space. Spread across four floors and 11,000 square feet, Headrow House plays host to a huge beer hall, the Redondo Beach cocktail bar, and a 200-capacity performance space. Come the summer, it's also likely to become a go-to drinking spot, thanks to two huge roof terraces.

Launching on Thursday December 3, the latest addition to the Headrow House is Ox Club – a new project from the team behind Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen, with the same culinary skills responsible for Patty Smith's Burgers, Dough Boy Pizzas and Fu-Schnikens. 

Using one of only three Grillworks grills in the UK – a large aluminium grill that cooks over wood and charcoal – Ox Club offers a unique menu of top quality Yorkshire meats and fish cooked in a way that owes a great deal to Spanish and Argentinean culinary traditions. 

Serving up a nightly menu of small plates and wood fire grilled mains, the Ox Club menu includes delicious sounding dishes including cherry wood smoked ox cheek with bacon jam and flageolet beans; and scallops cooked on coals with grapefruit, coriander and brown butter.

On the weekends the restaurant will serve an American-style brunch service from 10am, serving dishes including hanger steak; cheddar eggs and home fries with smoked tomato jam; and corned beef and kale hash with chimichurri.

All ingredients will be locally sourced from farms around Yorkshire, with meats and fish pickled, smoked and cured in-house wherever possible. There are even plans to utilise the Headrow House roof space to grow fresh produce. 


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Ox Club, Headrow House, 19 The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 6PU

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