Japanese food delivery in Leeds

Seek out scintillating sushi and satisfy your katsu cravings by exploring the Deliveroo Japanese section for Leeds. There’s a wider range of Japanese food than ever before on offer in Leeds, and in the absence of the bullet train there’s no quicker and easier way to get your hands on some than via Deliveroo.

There’s so much more on offer than sushi, although there are of course times when only some raw fish will hit the spot. There are few things more satisfying and warming on a cold winter’s night than a steaming bowl of ramen noodles, perhaps accompanied by the steamed parcels of deliciousness known as gyoza. If you fancy a curry but would like a change from the Indian variety, why not order a sweet and satisfying Japanese curry, washed down with a refreshing beer? It’s all possible with Deliveroo, check our menus and pick your favourite!

Bringing the best Japanese cuisine in Leeds to your door

Leeds now boasts a wide range of Japanese cuisine to satisfy the most discerning palate, and it’s the perfect choice when you’re looking for a takeaway that really hits the spot, but is just a little bit different from the usual suspects.

If you feel like something fried, the look no further than light and crispy tempura – the Land of the Rising Sun’s answer to fish and chips. Carnivores are well catered for by beef teriyaki, pork katsu and several ways of cooking chicken. And if you’re vegetarian, you’ll be amazed by what a Japanese chef can do with tofu, it results in a memorable taste. From comfort food to light and refreshing salads, Japanese cuisine really does have something for every occasion.

One of the latest trends in Japanese dining here in the UK, and one which is a great way to sample a range of dishes, is the tapas-style small plate dining known as izakaya. Here, tasty morsels such as kushiage grilled skewers, karaage fried chicken and gyoza are all washed down with Japanese lager or sake. And, it’s yours without stepping foot outside and facing the queues of a restaurant. How good is that?