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Leicester has always been a hotbed of culinary delights when it comes to eating out, with a diverse line-up of eateries for every culture and palate. Recently several new places have opened up in Leicester, hoping to reinvigorate people’s appetites after a bitter period of lockdowns.

Sky Blue Homes reveals some of the more original new places that we’re most excited about when you're after quick but exciting food.



The beginning of October 2021 saw pan-Asian noodle chain Chopstix launch its new Leicester restaurant. Chopstix offers a range of noodle dishes with chicken, beef and prawns, cooked with fresh vegetables. Chopstix is great if you and friends want a quick meal when you're out, but you can also order for delivery through Uber eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat.

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Gounded Kitchen (Fosse Park Food Central)

Grounded Kitchen is now available at Fosse Park's Food Central; providing a new experience of healthy eating on the go with Korean-inspired cuisine that will pique the palates of the curious among you.

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Thai Express (Fosse Park Food Central)

Thai Express is one of the leading Thaï quick-service restaurant in the UK, using only traditional family recipes with the freshest produce. Joining its Leicester city centre location, Thai Express has now recently opened its doors in Food Central at Fosse Park as well, bringing with it tasty menu of Thai food at great prices.

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Martin Bros.

Leicester’s premier voice when it comes to authentic neo-Neapolitan Pizzas is set to open a fantastic bricks and mortar pizzeria in the Clarendon Park area of the city in November 2021. The new restaurant will offer a range of tasty pizzas and rotating monthly specials making it one of the best authentic pizza options around.

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Introducing Leicester Restaurant Week...

With less than two weeks to go until the inaugural Leicester Restaurant Week begins, the venues that have signed up so far and the offers that will be available have been announced.

The event, which takes place from Monday, 18 October, until Sunday, 24 October, aims to shine a spotlight on some of the best restaurants in the city.

The Rutland and Derby, a pub, in Millstone Lane, will give diners the chance to enjoy a Street Food Collective tasting board for £14.

Mowgli, an Indian street food restaurant, in St Martin's Square, will have a sharing menu available for £19.50.

At Sonrisa, an Argentinian restaurant and bar, in St Martin's, near St Martin's Square, you'll be able to choose three small plates for £20 from a specially curated menu.

The Parcel Yard, a pub next door to Leicester Railway Station, in London Road, will give you the chance to enjoy any beer and any burger from the menu at for £15.

Chutney Ivy, an Indian restaurant, in Halford Street, The Queen of Bradgate, a pub, in High Street, Middleton’s, a steakhouse and grill, in St Martin's, 1573, a bar and grill, in Highcross, The Globe, a pub, in

Silver Street, Knight and Garter, a gastropub, in Hotel Street, and Prana, a vegan cafe, in Horsefair Street, are all offering set menus for two or three courses.

St Martin’s Coffee Shop, a cafe, in St Martin's Square, has a half term offer with two sandwiches and two kids' meals for £20.

ORSO, a coffee shop, in Market Place, is offering any food item from the menu, any coffee or tea and a glass of juice for £10.

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