Who We Are
Great Food at Leeds is the Catering services at the University of Leeds.
Providing customers with quality fresh food at competitive prices is at the heart of what we strive to achieve through the facilities and services we offer across campus. Whether you are looking for a freshly made sandwich to take away or to sit down for a hot meal, our 16 cafes and award winning Refectory are there to meet your needs.
Our Customer Promise to you
Unrivalled catering services
Our team care about the food we provide. Our products are carefully selected and we use locally sourced, seasonal and Fairtrade wherever possible. To find out more about the extensive work we do please visit our sustainability and food suppliers pages.
Keep it on Campus
Great Food at Leeds is a University service and any profits that are made are invested back into further improving the service and contribute towards the wider University of Leeds. By using us, you’ll help to keep your money on campus!
We proudly support…
Each year staff from Great Food at Leeds and the Facilities Directorate select two charities (one local and one national) to support allowing us to focus all of our efforts to help raise funds.
This year we are proud to announce that the two selected charities are:
We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers through our publications, National Dementia Helpline, website, and more than 2,000 local services. We campaign for better quality of life for people with dementia, a greater understanding of dementia, and fund an innovative research programme focused on care for now and a cure for the future.
Across West Yorkshire, we run Dementia cafés and Singing for the Brain groups, as well as information and support services. Our Singing for the Brain group in Kirklees helps people with dementia retain their communication skills, confidence and wellbeing in a musical environment.
Alzheimer’s Society services in across Yorkshire rely overwhelmingly on voluntary income. Without vital donations, we would not be able to provide these lifelines to those affected by dementia.
We will be arranging a number of money-raising events and will have collection points in our cafés if you would like to help us in our support of these two worthy causes.