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We’re still here!
Do you remember the award-winning Pickles & Potter Deli that traded in Queen’s Arcade?
Or you may remember the Pickles & Potter Pop-Up Deli, where we brought you our delicious pulled pork sandwiches and tasty soups right on your doorstep?
The doors to Queen’s Arcade may have closed last year, but Pickles & Potter is far from gone. We’re still here, we’re still trading, and we’re still offering you our delicious home-cooked food – only now we’re trading from our brand new mobile kitchen.



Whether an office in need of nourishment, a meeting in need of nibbles or an event in need of foodie inspiration, we’re ready and waiting to take your order and arrange a delivery of bespoke food right to your doorstep.

 To sample some of our brand-new products or to arrange a delivery of your favourite P&P sandwiches, just contact us using the details below.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
All the best
Lorna Potter
Pickles and Potter Kitchen
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0113 242 7702  
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People say:

  • "The menu is alive with some of the best produce Yorkshire has to offer."
    Andrew Shanahan - G2, the Guardian, 25th Feb 2008

  • “…it also has the most amazing chocolate brownie”

  • “There's also a number of house-favourite sandwiches available, as well as brownies, tiffins and a wide range of juices and smoothies – and not only that, all the ingredients are locally sourced, making Pickles and Potter an ethical lunchtime treat”.
    Yorkshire Evening Post – Little Oliver - 18.06.09

  • “The best sarnie in town: the beef special at Pickles & Porter, constructed by Holly” – see photo on
    Benji Lanyado via twitter 19 February 2010 14:39:32 as part of a Guardian TwitTrip to Leeds

  • “Where possible, everything is done in-house, from home roasting all meats to making their own chutney. Where they can't do something, making bread, say, they ask an expert, in this case Leeds-based French baker, Thierry Dumouchel, to do it for them.”
    Tony Naylor - “Ten best budget restaurants in Leeds” – the Guardian, 2nd July 2009

  • “Fabulous deli and sandwich shop run by the vivacious Lorna Potter, which was recently voted Best Sandwich Shop in Leeds by readers of the Leeds Guide.”

  • "Verdict... I defy anyone to find a posher sandwich in Leeds outside Harvey Nicks!" – posted by Katie on Tuesday 10th June 2008

  • “Choose from a superb assortment of homemade sandwiches and light meals created using fresh and wholesome produce sourced from local areas.”