Brazilian barbecue restaurant chain Cabana has chosen to invest £1.5m in opening a new establishment in Trinity Leeds in November, making it the first Cabana restaurant outside of London.
Jamie Barber, co-founder of Cabana, said, “Visiting Leeds, it was clear to us that the city, with its vibrant business community, huge student population and amazing shopping, had to be our first place to open.”
The new 4,500 sq ft restaurant will create more than 60 new jobs in the city, and offer a “vibrant menu and an array of distinctively Brazilian cocktails created by experienced mixologists, including the signature caipirinha, made using South American spirit Cachaça and offered in a variety of flavours such as passionfruit and pineapple & mint.”
The award-winning Brazilian barbecue specialist, which opened its first branch in 2011, currently has six restaurants across London, employing around 300 people.
Keep an eye out for free samples when passing the Trinity Kitchen.