The Greedy Pig
Time Out says
Family-run business that serves quality breakfasts. There are veggie options available, although meat-eaters should try the café’s own dry cured bacon.
The husband-and-wife team behind this small café cook because they love good food, and, most likely because of this, The Greedy Pig has become a go-to haunt for lovers of the area’s independent restaurant scene.
Found at the top end of the city's Northern Quarter, it's a little rough around the edges, but comes with a big dose of charm. The quality of the food and service more than makes up for any decorative shortcomings, and it’s a great choice for a morning meal.
The classic full English (£5) is among the best in the city, whether you’re a meat-eater or not – the veggie alternative comes with spicy corn bread. It’s served with either tea or filter coffee, and beans are provided by Leeds’ own North Star roasters. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy there’s plenty more to sample, including American-style pancakes with maple syrup and butter (£3.50), or The Greedy Pig’s own dry cured bacon (£4.25).