Huddersfield (/ˈhʌdərzˌfiːld/ ( listen), locally /ˈhʊdəzˌfiːld/) is a large market town in West Yorkshire, England. It is the 11th largest town in the United Kingdom, with a population of 162,949 at the 2011 census. It lies halfway between Leeds and Manchester.
Things to do in Huddersfield
4.5 based on 814 reviews
Visited this Restaurant 3 times over the last few weeks. One occasion later in the evening and twice on the early diner - which is super value for money. The service cannot be faulted, and the food is just so tasty, The guy who takes your order, and appears to be in charge, is very helpful and pleasant. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 334 reviews
Quirky II & Tapas is a Fine Dining Restaurant based in Meltham, near to Holmfirth in West Yorkshire. We provide fine dining in an early-Victorian building situated in Meltham, Holmfirth in the picturesque Holme Valley area. Our staff are welcoming, the dining area inviting and tastefully decorated throughout, offering diners a quality experience. We value all our customers and are happy to cater for all dietary needs. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any specific requirements.
We went here after being recommended by a cafe in Holmfirth, can't believe we have never been before.
Meal was prefect and staff excellent, the restaurant is really nicely decorated in an old building, the steak was the best we have ever had and cooked to perfection, the chef told us the meat comes from the butchers in Meltham so we will be buying our meat from there in future. You can watch the chefs work in the open kitchen and the chef was really pleasant and chatty and happy to discuss anything you want about the food.
The desserts were delicious and so refreshing to have home made desserts (really hard to find these days) so trying to be good for January went out of the window and we went for a shared Quirky Dessert Collection (in for a penny in for a pound)
We were amazed that the fairly large restaurant was about full on a midweek night in January but now we know why, good job we booked and will always book in future, this is our new favourite restaurant and thank you to Philomena Foggs Cafe who recommended this wonderful place to us.
There was a birthday party in of about 14 people with ages from about 3 to 80 and they all looked to be having a really nice time so it looks an amazing place to have a family party so will look to do this in the future.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We all had the set lunch menu,the soup and goats cheese starters were reportedly very tasty ,with interesting flavours my scallops were well presented and good.bread was fresh and came with oil and balsamic vinegar.A large jug of iced water was welcome and apparently the beer was very good.
Chicken mains were extremely generous and well flavoured as was the shake and pork dishes.
Only one of us could manage dessert which was cheesecake with fudge and chocolate ice cream which was described as excellent.
It was a relaxing,friendly venue with a good music selection of gentle,quality jazz.
Service was friendly but I feel if you were time restricted you would need to be aware food is obviously freshly cooked to order and there is a longish gap between courses.
The protection centre of the set lunch is good value but soft drinks and extra vegetables are more expensive but the food quality was very good and interestingly presented.
4.5 based on 337 reviews
We've always enjoyed the Sunday Roast at the Scape House (see my previous review) but the last two visits we've been disappointed. Everything is good, except the meat. Went a couple of weeks back and the beef was really tough and chewy, after a couple of bites we gave up the ghost and just ate the veg. To be fair they were good about it and knocked some money off the bill. We thought it was a one off but unfortunately not. Went again yesterday, steered clear of the beef as thought it could be just an issue with that but the lamb was no better. Not sure what's changed but hopefully they can resolve it so loyal customers can keep returning. The other dishes on the menu are still really good.
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Opened in 1997, Volare is still an independent restaurant, owned and managed by The Corless Family. Inspration for the menu has been taken from the Mediterranean region, with an emphasis on Spanish Tapas, seafood dishes, steaks, homemade desserts, carefully selected wines, local, micro brewery ales & continental beers. Volare is located on a village high street with plenty of parking nearby. The interior is absolutely beautiful. The service is helpful, informal and attentive and the welcome is pure friendly Yorkshire! Booking is often necessary.
Food fantastic, atmosphere warm and friendly. The staff welcoming and friendly.
Service speedy with food hot and freshly cooked. Will definitely return again. Highly recommend....
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Large country pub with open fire and Cask ales.Outside we have a large deck area and children's play area along with ample parking. We specialize in Tapas served , Thursday, Friday and Saturday 6-9pm. On Sunday we serve Sunday lunch from 12.30 till 5.30, along with our extremely popular steak night on Wednesday 6.30 till 8.30. We also have a large American themed function room suitable for special occasions of all kinds.For more info visit our web site via the link provided.
Absolutely easiest five stars to give from the lovely friendly service to the atmosphere and the food what a experience
Lovely gorgeous food was just out of this world clearly made fresh and tasted amazing wonderful feel to the restaurant very relaxed and a Spanish feel had a very enjoyable night
4.5 based on 432 reviews
Apadana is the one and only Persian restaurant in Huddersfield and surrounding. <br><br><br><br><br>Apadana has recreated the beauty and warmth of Iran in a friendly and enjoyable environment. Apadana is located in central Huddersfield, No 9 Railway Arches , Viaduct street opposite Tesco's petrol station. <br><br><br><br><br>Persian cuisine refers to the traditional and modern styles of cooking related to Iran. The Iranian culinary style is unique to Iran, though has historically both influenced and has been influenced by Iran's neighbouring regions at various stages throughout its history. Persian recipes have improved over the centuries to bring out a unique taste out of the freshest and finest ingredients that are used in making Iranian food.<br><br><br><br><br>Typical Persian main dishes are combination of rice with meat, lamb, chicken, or fish and some onion, vegetables, nuts, and herbs. To achieve a balanced taste, characteristic Persian flavourings such as saffron, dried limes, cinnamon, and parsley are mixed delicately and used in some special dishes.<br><br><br><br><br>Many foods famously associated with Middle Eastern, and indeed World cuisine have their origins in Iran, such as our most famous dish : Kabab. Ranging from Chelow Kabab, kabab-e barg, Joojeh (chicken) Kabab and Ghafghazi. These are all served with rice and fresh herbs and could be accompanied with Mast-o-musir or Shirazi salad; to get a true taste of Iran. Also our stews each have their individual taste and flavour. Vegetarian stews are also available and will be served with rice or chips.
i was the only one in the restaurant which doesn't make for a welcoming environment although the staff were very accomadating.
This was somewahat spoilt by the negative attitude I got when I asked for a glass of water.
the lamb shank was excellent and very meaty with nice rice to accompany but the chefs tomato sauce could have been more flavoursome
4.5 based on 202 reviews
Had a fabulous Christmas Day Lunch here with the family. The restaurant was very busy and the staff were great. We were a large party and nearly everyone ordered different meals but the staff were not phased at all. The service was excellent, the food piping hot and absolutely delicious.
Well done guys you did a great job for us.
4.5 based on 237 reviews
This pub serves wonderful top quality pub food. A warm welcome from owner/manager/staff and efficient service. Regular pub food favourites feature on menu amd they also do a traditional Sunday lunch- tje roast beef was cooked to perfection- lovely and pink. Great gravy. Reasonable prices
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Formerly the Coffeekabin, its only the name that has changed. Epicure bar and kitchen brings together coffee, brunch, lunch, wine, dinner and beer in a comfortable setting. The go to emporium for flavoursome locally sourced foods and artisnal treats. Epicures organic approach to fine cuisine, coffee and craft ale aims to excite the connoisseurs and the curious alike.
Impromptu dinner for two, Gluten free starter of gorgeous bhaji scotch egg and carrot and pistachio soup, gluten free bread and burger buns available.
Main course of cod with pancetta and parsley sauce, and sirloin steak with pickle and fabulous chips
Sticky toffee and gluten free bread with delicious cheese board,
Coffees to finish
Excellent meal, evening meals Friday and Saturday, brunch and lunch every day,
Our dinner was worthy of Michelin star!!
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