Updated 6:54am 21 May 2013
Huddersfield Daily Examiner
The Kaye Arms is officially one of Yorkshire's best
STAFF and owners at The Kaye Arms are in celebration mood - the Grange Moor pub and restaurant is now officially one of the best pubs in
Owners Paul and Helen Andrews Garth are delighted that The Kaye Arms has been listed in the new AA Pub Guide for 2009/2010. It is one of only two pubs in
This new accolade comes after the recent entry in the Good Food Guide and firmly establishes The Kaye Arms as one of the best eating out venues in the county. It is particularly well known for serving top quality fresh local food and promoting produce from the
Paul said: "This is a tremendous accolade for us and we are delighted to be featured in the guide. Judges commented on the quality of the food, the service, atmosphere, facilities and the overall welcome.''
Since Paul and Helen took over The Kaye Arms just over 12 months ago, the pub and restaurant has enjoyed something of a renaissance and has seen bookings increase by well over 20%.
The couple have refreshed the menu and now focus particularly on regional food choices.
Some 85 diners can be accommodated at both lunchtime and evening with the Sunday lunch roast option continuing to grow in popularity all the time. Families are always welcome and food is served Monday to Friday 12noon to 2pm and from 5.30pm in the evening, Saturday and Sunday all day from 12noon.
Booking is essential to guarantee a place for Sunday lunch.
The Kaye Arms offers a choice of dining for all with light lunches and sandwiches available as well as dishes from the extensive a la carte menu and ever-changing specials board. The menu offers something for everyone with both traditional and contemporary dishes available.
The AA Pub Guide mentions some of the choices on offer including crab tart, confit of duck and the ever-popular mature cheddar cheese soufflé with roquefort salad. Specials mentioned in the guide include braised shin beef, grilled fillet of John Dory and the house special desserts of raspberry soufflé, bread and butter pudding with whiskey and honey cream, almond tart and vanilla crème anglaise.
An excellent wine list is available to complement all food choices and includes wines from all around the world.
Paul said that the future plans for The Kaye Arms including creating an outdoor eating area at the rear of the building overlooking stunning open countryside. This will have disabled access and enable diners to drink in the beauty of the local area while enjoying their meal.
He said he was delighted to be able to say that The Kaye Arms appears to be `bucking the trend’ of
“Maybe our secret is that we offer great food and a great welcome to both young and old, new and established customers.
As a pub we are at the heart of the local community and continue to develop our menu and services with a popular Sunday lunch, early bird menu etc,” he said.
* Take a look at the website www.thekayearms.com for more information or ring 01924 848385 to book a table