Some of you will be visiting Morley for the first time during the Festival so we asked people on twitter who know the area well to recommend places they like to stop for a bite to eat, or for a cup of great coffee.
Here are their tips.
Cucina, 106a Queen Street, Morley (pictured – with Word on the Street word art installation)
A cafe, bar and restaurant. Lovely people, good food – which is why we’ve invited the Penny University here on Sunday. www.cucinacafebarandrestaurant.co.uk
Baan Thai, 51D Commercial Street, Morley.
A family-run restaurant who source ingredients from local butchers and grocers. Their ice-cream is from a dairy farm in the nearby Tong Village. www.baanthaimorley.co.uk
The Oxford Coffee Club, 28 Queen Street, Morley.
It’s namesake opened in 1655 in Oxford, and drew in some of the best scientific minds of that era, who’s regular coffeeshop meetings to share ideas gave birth to the Royal Society we know today. This Oxford Coffee Club, in Morley, is a really popular, friendly and welcoming place to have a cup of tea, a great cup of coffee, a hot chocolate, or a slice of cake and a sandwich. It’s exactly the sort of convivial environment you might stumble into a brilliant conversation. www.theoxfordcoffeeclub.co.uk
Cafe Indalo, 27 High Street, Morley
Recommended on our facebook page by a regular customer, for their cakes and lunches.