Eight Bars, Cafés and Pubs to Visit in Huddersfield
From a warming country pub meal to a fine-dining meal overlooking God's own country, there's plenty of choice for great food and drink in Huddersfield
315 Bar & Restaurant
315 Wakefield Road, Lepton, Huddersfield HD8 0LX
Head Chef Jason Neilson started his career at Raymond Blanc’s two Michelin-starred restaurants before moving to 315, and this elegant restaurant has carved out a reputation for fine English dining with a healthy European influence. Highlights on the menu include the wild mushroom Feuille, breast of Barbary duck and chilled cherry soufflé. Look out for suggested wine pairings which will complement your chosen dishes perfectly.
Hide & Hoof Restaurant
Delph House Farm, High Flatts, Denby Dale, Huddersfield HD8 8XY
Head to Delph House Farm and treat yourself to a full breakfast or a sublime eggs benedict – the perfect way to start the day. If you’re stopping by for lunch, one of their juicy burgers is perfect for refuelling. Enjoy yours in the restaurant or in one of their dog-friendly heated booths.
73–75 Lidget Street, Lindley, Huddersfield HD3 3JP
Eric Paxman’s fine dining restaurant has won multiple national awards. He’s worked with Bill Grainger from Saturday Kitchen, and in some of Sydney’s best kitchens, but his roots remain firmly in Yorkshire. The range of dishes on offer revolves around local produce, including pan-roasted breast of pigeon and crispy breaded brie with wild honey, mustard and pink pepper dressing.
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The Three Acres
Roydhouse, Shelley, Huddersfield HD8 8LR
Set in the beautiful Pennine countryside, this charming country inn offers seasonal dishes which change regularly, so make sure to stop by frequently. Expect unique flavours like pastrami-cured sea trout, hot and sour duck soup and buttered spring asparagus with crispy duck egg.
The Olive Branch Inn
Manchester Road, Marsden, Huddersfield HD7 6LU
The Olive Branch Inn has been a firm favourite in Marsden since 1830. Dine in the atmospheric restaurant or – if weather permits – on the elevated terrace, enjoying the dramatic views along with your pressed pork belly with mustard mash, black pudding bon bons and garlic and rosemary sauce, and of course something from their extensive wine, ale and gin menu to wash it down.
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Manor House Lindley
1 Lidget Street, Huddersfield HD3 3JB
The Manor House Lindley has a drinking or dining destination to suit every style with The Clock Tower Bar being the perfect sanctuary to enjoy a pre-dinner drink, and three dining areas to enjoy delicious food in. Head to The Lantern Room for an ever-changing menu of high-end seasonal dishes, The Clock Tower Lounge for an elegant high tea with friends, or The Kitchen for nutritious dishes packed full of healthy vitamins and protein.
17 Lidget Street, Lindley, Huddersfield HD3 3JB
HOME brings together Mediterranean influences and fresh produce from Yorkshire’s larder to deliver excellent tapas. Share small plates including slow-braised chorizo, bang bang cauliflower and salt and pepper calamari.
Northern Tea House
36 King Street, Huddersfield HD1 2QT
A favourite among locals and visitors alike, Northern Tea House offers a huge range of teas and flavourful coffee – but there’s more to it than that. Grab lunch here, with plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options, or indulge in the special afternoon tea with scrumptious sandwiches, homemade scones, and a selection of miniature sweet treats.