If you're looking for a stylish breakfast and lunch destination then you'll need to look no further than The Key's in Huddersfield. This unique, quirky dining spot is located under the Huddersfield Parish Church in the crypt so you really won't find anything else quite like it. There's even a small gift shop alongside the restaurant so you can take home locally-produced jams, chutneys, and savouries after your visit.
Its setting in the crypt allows for a truly unique atmosphere with its vaulted ceilings decorated with twinkling fairy lights. Grab your friends and pop in for a stylish afternoon tea of finger sandwiches and cakes and soak up the wonderful setting.
At breakfast, The Key's really does not mess around with its offering of three different sized full English breakfasts, as well as a vegetarian and gluten-free version so that no diner misses out. The hungriest of diners can feast on the extra large breakfast of three sausages, three rashers of bacon, two eggs, hash browns, and black pudding, alongside mushrooms, tomato, chiips and two slices of toast - now that's a real feast!
Simpler breakfasts include a bacon or sausage sandwich as well as a range of egg dishes from benedicts to fried eggs on toast.
At lunch, you'll find main courses of traditional fish and chips alongside elegant salmon fishcakes and slow-cooked tender beef T-cake. Lighter options include hot jacket potatoes and cheesy paninis as well as cold sandwiches, which all come served with a crisp side salad and rustic homemade colselaw. Plus if you fancy something warm in the colder months, you can always add a cup of soup to your order.
The Key's is a unique destination for catching up over a meal or joining friends for a hot drink and a slice of cake - just ask your server for the freshly-made sweet treats and cakes available that day.