What is it? Leeds’s only Michelin-star place. A high-concept, ultra-refined dining spot that stays just the right side of pretentious.
Why go? The name refers to the titular sorcerer in ‘The Wizard of Oz’, and in turn, chef Michael O’Hare, who cooks in full view of diners. His restaurant is as much an artistic as a culinary experience: the walls are used as blank canvases for more creative patrons to doodle on.
Time Out tip: It’s the 12-course dégustation that really shines: not cheap, but worth every penny.