Wherever you are in West Yorkshire you’ll find a definite sense of northern pride that’s reflected very much in the food being served by the restaurants. Huddersfield may not be the biggest town around these parts or the most famous for food, but sitting just south of culinary influences of Leeds and Bradford and just north of the Peak District, you’d best believe Huddersfield has a restaurant scene worth getting excited about. Classic British cuisine is very easy to find at traditional or contemporary gastropubs, as is some of the most authentic Indian food in the UK. Heck, you’ll find just about anything you fancy at the many restaurants in Huddersfield and it’s all damn good stuff.
Huddersfield, believe it or not, boasts some genuinely terrific Victorian architecture, particularly in and around the town centre, so it’s a great idea to wander amongst some of this before or after your reservation at one of central Huddersfield’s restaurants. A little hint from us, however, try some food that’s perhaps not so Victorian by heading to Ugarit for some Lebanese delicacies, or get some fajitas in your life at what’s probably the best Mexican restaurant in Huddersfield – Fajitas Mexican Bar and Grill. We’re quite sure that Huddersfield and its restaurants will have you pleasantly surprised to find a charming town full of proper hearty fare.
But, of course, there’s still much more on offer. Get involved with Lebanese and Mexican, sure, but the best international flavours on offer at restaurants in Huddersfield have got to be those coming from the Indian kitchens that are peppered around town. As we mentioned earlier, Huddersfield’s restaurants benefit from a bit of an influence from Bradford and Leeds to the north, and as many will already know, Bradford is the proud curry capital of the UK. What does that mean for the Indian restaurants of Huddersfield? It means they’re packing the perfect blend of British-Indian dishes and authentic Indian dishes (from the north and the south of the country), all prepared with genuine passion and the knowing that there’s a certain West Yorkshire reputation to be upheld when it comes to this type of food. Trust us, you want to be putting Huddersfield’s Indian restaurants towards the very top of your list.
Sunday roast with Yorkshire puddings, anyone? For one of these you’ll need a proper pub or one of Huddersfield’s rustic British restaurants. There are plenty to boot and plenty that specialise in carvery with buckets of gravy, or more gourmet-style roasts that offer a little more refinery. Either way, a Sunday roast is British dining that you simply can’t afford to miss if you’re in this part of Yorkshire, owing to it’s proximity to the Peak District and the wonderfully fresh seasonal and local produce that’s available to Huddersfield’s restaurants as a result. You’ll also find more British dishes than just the roast, of course, which almost always means more delicious carbs than you can shake a stick at.
So, as we said, Huddersfield may not be at the top of everyone’s must-visit list, but that doesn’t mean its restaurant scene is lacking. Via Quandoo you’ll find a fine selection of the best of Huddersfield’s restaurants with plenty of options and filters to help you find the one most fitting for your occasion. It’s easy as pie to earn Loyalty Point, rack ‘em up and then claim cash in return. Last, make sure you leave a review of whichever Huddersfield you visit – the people want to know what you thought, after all.