Ways you can enjoy awesome produce and help Huddersfield’s independent food and drink businesses through COVID-19

Huddersfield has tonnes of independent food and drink businesses who are still open for business and able to deliver their locally made produce straight to your door.

Without having to queue for the supermarket and allowing you to support local people, here’s a few suggestions from us at Eat Drink Guides.

For local produce

Hinchliffe’s Farm Shop is still open so you are able to get all your fresh, local produce with award-winning meat and lots of fruit and vegetables; they even have a wide range of international cheeses and wine available. CJ Fresh Foods are also delivering with a variety of local produce available fresh to your door.

Yummy Yorkshire are offering local delivery of essential items like milk, egg and bread; as well as their delicious item, which definitely counts as essential.

Bolster Moor Coffee Shop have ‘isolation boxes’ available filled with all your essentials and delivered to your door, as well as offering hot food delivery.

For food from around the world

For a bit of Asia straight to your home, Blue Tiger Honley offer a vast range of Asian fusion foods and are still operating a delivery service. Siam Square have Thai food delivery available with everything from noodles to your favourite Thai curries. Just Thai have lots of Thai delicacies freshly made for you while you remain in the comfort of your own home. For a taste of Lebanon, Ugarit are still delivering a wide range of wonderful Lebanese food.

If Italian is more your taste, Primo are doing delivery of everyone’s favourite Italian dishes. Grappolo are also delivery lots of Italian meals straight to you with delicious pizza and pasta available, why not treat yourself?

Greek food is available from Mezze Bar Restaurant so for your favourite gyros delivered to you head to their website. Gringos are offering their famous fajitas and tasty burritos and nachos delivered to you by calling them or heading to Just Eat or Uber Eats. AJ’s Bar & Kitchen is new to Huddersfield and are doing mega burgers to takeaway. 

Missing your favourite comfort food? The Keys are offering delicious roasts, fish and chips and even big breakfasts, delivered straight to your doorstep. Green Island are offering everyone’s homemade favourites like cottage pie available through calling them. Toss O’Coin are delivering their classic Sunday roasts as well as other meals every Sunday. Eric’s are offering classic British food to be delivered straight to you with roasts available, but also tasty afternoon teas delivered for a nice treat. 

The Barn is also offering free meals for anyone who is struggling at this time. They’re recognising that jobs have been lost and NHS staff are rushed off their feet, so don’t be afraid to contact them about this.

Arcade Coffee & Food are serving up delicious vegan meals with soups, pastas and also buddha bowls available; they’re even delivering some tasty beers to wash it all down with. The Parish also have a range of takeout food and beers to be delivered to you. 

For a pint or two

For some nice craft beer, Magic Rock Tap are doing an online ordering service with some delicious brews available, head to their website. The Nook Brewhouse are delivering mixed cases of your favourites as well as full kegs of stout. Riverhead Brewery Tap are offering delivery services through Ossett Beers.

The Corner are offering beer delivery through Mallinsons Brewery so if you fancy a tipple, head there. Kwas have lots of wine available for delivery so head to their website for your favourite chardonnay or zinfandel.  

Missing your coffee and catch up or want to relax?

Om Is Where The Heart Is are doing online yoga classes while forming an online community to chat to and support one another through this time. 

 
With this being such a difficult time, as many have to give up their lovely eateries and bars if they don’t make enough money, consider supporting your local. Even if it’s simply a takeaway food order or a few nice drinks, they’re not only much tastier but also locally sourced.  

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