Olive and Rye (not Hepworth's Deli at all!) - is not in Thornton's Arcade, but Queens Arcade - so the Groupon Voucher is inaccurate to start with!
The 'bistro/deli' is ok - pleasantly laid out although they've crammed far too many tables in it, so seating is uncomfortably tight.
The menu reads ok, but there's an element of 'style over substance' about it.
The staff are very pleasant, and the place was busy when we went in for our 14:00 booking. The lass explained that they were v short of ingredients for our 'deli-platter' because it had been a busy morning, but that they would sort something out for us.
Darn decent I thought...
We squeezed into our seats, prosecco served, staff still pleasant, place still very busy. Our 'meat platter arrived - four small pots of "bought-in" dips, slices of pleasant sourdough bread, half a dozen calamari, skewered halloumi, a small chorizo cut in half and grilled until blackened, and four chicken goujons that had lost their battle with the chef. (Now so tough they could have been used to re-sole your trainers!)
As other people vacated the bistro, what was most telling andunusual is that, without exception, all six tables near us had left most of the food that they had ordered, an all-day breakfast virtually untouched, huge chunks of picked at chocolate gateau on another, a mezze platter that had been investigated - but not eaten.
It was almost as if the kitchen team were having an 'off day' - I have never seen so many unfinished meals in a restaurant - it was almost as if a fire alarm had sounded and everyone had fled.
They make a nice coffee though.
Would we return - no - there are far too many good little eateries in Leeds where they take pride in their food.