Where’s the best place to get a Sunday lunch in Huddersfield?

Whether you’re in need of some hearty nutrition after a long Saturday night spent in Camel Club, or just looking to enjoy the scrumptious tastes that a traditional Sunday lunch has to offer, there’s plenty of locations to top up on delicious veg, meats and (of course) Yorkshire puddings in Huddersfield.

From pubs rich in history to trendy, modern restaurants, here’s 5 of our favourite local spots to grab a Sunday dinner:

Green Island

You may be surprised to see this Mauritian-style town centre restaurant on the list of locations to visit for a top-notch Sunday lunch. Although they venture away from traditional British cuisine, they do indeed offer a fantastic roast/pork dinner on their menu. 

Despite being a fairly new addition to the town centre, this location has been a popular choice with visitors to the centre ever since its opening on New Street thanks to its inviting atmosphere and excellent variety of choice on the menu. It’s an ideal place to pop into if you’re out running errands or getting your shopping done.

The Scullery Bar and Kitchen

Why not get your Sunday dinner fill whilst simultaneously enjoying some fresh air and scenic views? That’s exactly what you can find at the Scullery Bar and Kitchen. This stunning destination is perfect for those looking for an eating experience which is a little bit more luxurious- nothing says sophistication like enjoying locally-sourced ingredients in a historic, Georgian setting. 

Their Sunday menu comes highly recommended by plenty of locals- always a great indication of quality fare.

The Scullery Kitchen & Bar, Huddersfield

The Woodman Inn

This fantastic place offers all the character that you can expect to find in a country pub and restaurant. The family-owned facility has had plenty of care dedicated to it in the past few years, seen through recent refurbishments and a menu which is updated with delicious dishes regularly. 

You can find a classic Sunday lunch on their menu amongst other local delicacies. There’s something for everyone, with a choice of beef sirloin, a leg of lamb or a homemade nut roast. Though slightly further afield, it’s a destination well worth venturing out to- with plenty of scenic walking and cycling routes located nearby.

Harvey’s bar and kitchen

Harvey’s bar and kitchen do flavourful dishes exceptionally well. Their Sunday lunch is no different- cooked in a range of carefully chosen seasonings to provide customers with the ultimate tantalising combination of tastes. 

If you’re feeling thirsty, you can also enjoy all that the trendy bar has to offer- you’ll find just about everything from continental beers, real ale, champagnes and cocktails. Located in Fenay Bridge, it’s a great place to socialise and spend a few hours if you’re looking for an excellent all-round service.

The Nags Head

If you’re looking for pub grub with a delicious twist, you’ll find it at the Nags Head. There’s traces of its historic past in every corner of this cosy location- making it the perfect, homey spot to chill out and fill your stomach.  

In fact, this fantastic Huddersfield destination dates all the way back to the 17th century. It’s the perfect walking-stop spot for those taking a stroll in the nearby Elland countryside. 

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