We’re loving Lost and Found!

We are growing our Lost and Found concept and there’s lots of exciting news to share! Get the lowdown here…

Our Victorian hideaways are spreading and we’re opening two new Lost and Found restaurants this year in Leeds and Bristol, as well as refurbishing our debut Birmingham site. The L&F restaurants give you a peek into the world of Victorian professors, in impressive listed buildings with stunning food, secret bars and intricate décor.

The second Leeds site will open in the iconic Leeds Club in Albion Place, previously a private members club founded in 1849, on February 16. Named after Professor Benedict Pike, there’ll be plenty of wonderful chemistry-inspired concoctions to enjoy!

The new restaurant will play an important part in this year’s Eat Leeds Restaurant Week from 19-25 February, where thousands of happy customers will get the chance to taste what Leeds has to offer with specially crafted menus and exclusive events. Click here for more information.

The Bristol Venue is due to launch in April and the newly refurbished Birmingham site will reopen on March 2 with a new bar area and mezzanine in the former bank.

Revere Managing Director Colin Sadler said: “We are delighted to be expanding The Lost & Found brand and building on our success. Leeds is thriving with young professionals and, with Bristol recently named the best city to live in the UK, we are sure the new sites will be perfect for our growth strategy.”

And, all this comes after Lost and Found, Knutsford, won ‘Best Restaurant or Bar in a Heritage Building’ at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards towards the end of 2017! The Grade II listed former town hall gives you a peek into the world of Victorian Professor Emily B. Kingsley; expert in the study of butterflies, who the site is named after. There’s floral fabrics, gothic archways and a hidden bar behind a sliding book case.

It’s great for our special restaurant to be getting this external recognition and it’s clear that the only way is up for The Lost and Found concept!


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