Vali and Zoli moved their business from London one year ago. How does it compare?
By Holly Green
Lands Lane is a popular spot for food vans in Leeds city centre. From pizza to falafel, the street is not lacking in choice for traditional food from all over the world.
A relatively new business, however, has introduced a new cuisine to the area.
Vali and Zoli, the owners of Traditional Hungarian Food, brought their family over to England from Hungary over a decade ago.
”We spent five years in London and five years in some other cities,” Vali said: ”Leeds is a smaller and much cheaper town, London is always busy. We definitely prefer Leeds.”
So why Leeds? Zoli said: ”We moved to Leeds for our children as they came here to study three years ago, we wouldn’t change anything about it.” Vali added: ”It’s perfect for our business, not too many people, and shopping is great.”
Vali and Zoli have a Facebook page for Traditional Hungarian Food, filled with compliments towards not only the food, but the hospitality and friendliness of the pair.