They say it's the most important meal of the day — so why not treat yourself to a tasty brunch in Huddersfield?
There are plenty of places across town for delicious breakfasts and brunches — so we turned to Tripadvisor to find the most popular.
Whether you're craving eggs benedict, a full English, pancakes or even a breakfast pizza, here are some of Huddersfield's brunch and breakfast haunts.
Stanley Mill, Britannia Road, Milnsbridge, breakfast served daily 10am-noon
Parky's Bistro offers a simple but satisfying breakfast menu, with bacon and sausage sandwiches, toasted bagels with smoked salmon, a full English, eggs Benedict and eggs Florentine.
Tripadvisor reviewer Timbray said he had a 'superb meal' and would definitely be returning.
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Bolster Moor Coffee Shop
Bolster Moor Road, Golcar, offers all day farmhouse breakfast
Bolster Moor Coffee Shop's bacon buttie was declared Britain's best by Olive Magazine in 2013 and Tripadvisor reviews sing its praises as a venue for brunch. Lynn G, of Huddersfield, said: "Wow, what a brunch. Fantastic food and excellent value for money with real bacon and sausages!" The coffee shop also serves an all day farmhouse breakfast, just in case you sleep in.
High Flatts, Denby Dale, breakfast served 9am-11.30am Monday-Saturday, 9am-noon Sunday, brunch served 9am-4.30pm daily
On the breakfast menu you'll find full English fry-ups, eggs how you like them, smoked salmon, porridge and french toast; the brunch menu includes eggs Benedict, bacon, sausage and fried egg butties, and hot and cold sandwiches.
Tom P, of Leeds, wrote on Tripadvisor that the 'eggs Benedict with salmon was nothing short of superb'.
Quirky II and Tapas
Station Street, Meltham, breakfast served Sundays 10am-noon
Full Monty fry ups (with the option of a small portion), breakfast sandwiches, smoked salmon, eggs and more are on offer at Quirky II on Sunday mornings, before the Sunday lunch menu takes over at noon.
Paul L wrote on Tripadvisor that the Full Monty was 'served with a smile and a friendly word'.
Queensgate, Huddersfield, breakfast/brunch served all day (8am-6pm Monday-Thursday, 8am-9pm Friday, 10am-9pm Saturday, closed Sundays)
Opposite the University of Huddersfield, The Coffeekabin is popular with students — and great for brunch on a budget, with breakfasts costing £2-£7. Bacon sandwiches, fry ups, avacado on toast and porridge are on offer, as well as an extensive coffee and loose leaf tea menu. Tripadvisor user Justroby said: "The food is excellent — it's a great start to the day, for lunch or into the afternoon."
Northern Tea House
King Street, Huddersfield town centre, breakfast served daily until 11am
The Northern Tea House has a varied breakfast menu, offering porridge, pancakes, beans on toast, bagels, eggs Benedict and more. And, true to its name, there's a huge tea menu for you to peruse and enjoy. Huddersfield's Anna R wrote on Tripadvisor: "The coffee is great and their tea selection is incredible - their Earl Grey is one of the nicest I've had (and I'm an Earl Grey afficionado!)."
Church Street, Huddersfield town centre, brunch served on first Sunday of each month, 9am-1pm
Coffeevolution serves brunch once a month, with French toast, waffles, bacon, sausages, granola and more on offer. Breakfasts cost around £3-£5. Tripadvisor reviewers described it as 'perfect for a lazy Sunday morning with friends' and visitors praise the coffee and the relaxed atmosphere.
The Old Forge Coffee Shop
At Bradley Villa Farm, Bradford Road, Huddersfield, serves breakfast 8.30am-11.30am, Monday to Saturday
The Old Forge Villa Shop, which opened earlier this year, serves breakfast daily until 11.30am, from full Yorkshire breakfasts to sandwiches, eggs Benedict and light bites like crumpets. A full brekkie will set you back £7.95, while lighter bites range from £1.80-£3.50.