Sebby's Cafe-Deli

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Our adventure started in 2011 when we opened a small intimate cafe called Sebby’s with 12 seats in leafy Far Headingley. The place is named after our camper van, a wonderful GMC Safari which we called home for a straight five months. We travelled in it overland, visiting 40 states across America - starting and ending in San Francisco.

During our travels we visited a lot of small towns and villages where we experienced a real sense of community. We also found this existed in major cities such as San Francisco and New York. So when we decided to start up a place to eat and meet up with friends here in Headingley, we decided to become actively involved in the community, including supporting local charities and events.

Sebby’s quickly became a popular place for locals to share a coffee, grab a quick lunch, or put the world to right over a wedge of delicious homemade cake. Fast-forward six years and we've moved a few doors up to bigger premises, so more people can enjoy our breakfasts and other tasty treats. We have grown from an intimate cafe into a relaxing, welcoming space perfect for socialising with friends and family. 

We also have a wonderful private dining room downstairs, fondly called Arthur’s Den after our little boy. We can accommodate 8-12 people in this intimate space, which you can decorate yourself and use our Bluetooth speaker to play your own playlists and personalise the area further.

Our menu reflects our favourite ingredients and combinations, which in turn, have been influenced by our travels. We are proud to bake our own cakes and prepare all our sandwiches with fresh fillings everyday. We ensure our guests don't get bored by creating new weekly specials.

Any suggestions? Come and talk to us. Together we have had 25 years working in the hospitality industry and pride ourselves on looking after our guests. Visit us, and hope to see you soon …

Helen Charlton
90-92 Otley Road
Far Headingley
0113 230 2012

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