People are going absolutely bonkers over Yummy Yorkshire now lockdown’s over – and we can 100% see why. Beautiful interiors, check. Stacked burgers, check. Drool-worthy ice cream flavours, check, check, check. It’s everything it claims to be. Yummy.
Located within the Yorkshire Pennines near Denby Dale, the modern farm-style cafe and restaurant has it down to a T when it comes to crafting exceptional locally produced cuisine, combining their expertise in dairy farming with the very best ingredients from over 30 producers in the local area.
It’s a unique proposition that Yorkshire folk admire, and one that is only going from strength to strength as time goes on. After all, there’s nothing better than knowing that your meal comes right from God’s Own Country itself, in turn, supporting our local farmers and businesses at a time when it’s needed the most.
Continuing to serve takeaway grub from their Hide & Hoof Restaurant throughout lockdown, the restaurant has continued to provide for the people of Yorkshire – and now that lockdown’s finally over, guests can experience the newly rejuvenated restaurant after seven months shuttered up.
Situated on Delph House Farm – on the very milk farm that the ice cream is actually made on – Yummy Yorkshire offers up a mouthwatering menu of puddings, with a little something for every sweet tooth up for grabs.
Boasting rotating flavours available by tub, waffle and cone, the parlour has experimented with some incredible flavours – including Yorkshire Parkin, Jaffa Cake, Rhubarb Ripple and one that’s previously caught my eye, the Dime Bar. And that’s just at the parlour.
Next door, guests can also enjoy the stunning Hide & Hoof Restaurant – which features a farm-inspired industrial look that’s perfect for post-ramble lunches, with plenty of proper Yorkshire grub on the menu to fill your tum with.
Before we get to the literal icing on the cake, though, we’ll start with the main menu – which champions locally sourced ingredients with a fantastically diverse selection.
We’re not talking your run-of-the-mill sandwiches and pub-style grub, either, by the way. We’re talking seriously creative dishes – with highlights including the New Yorkshire burger topped with peanut butter, Tandoori chicken flatbreads, 16-hour slow-cooked brisket of beef sandwiches and even an Indian-inspired fish burger topped with melted Swiss cheese, coriander & onion seed spiced mayo, and mango chutney.
On Sundays, the restaurant also offers up gravy-laden dishes such as the classic roast and proper Yorkshire pies – adding a little bit of tradition in there for those who love a proper classic Northern dish.
But now, for our grand finale.
Taking the ice cream vibes indoors to complement their diverse dining offering, the restaurant has created a seriously delectable menu of desserts – combining their beloved ice creams with a range of classic puds to finish off your meal with.
Allowing guests to pick the flavour of their choice, guests can enjoy a moreish salted caramel brownie, classic sticky toffee pud, a cinnamon baked apple crumble tart, stem ginger sponge pudding and last but not least, a Cherry Bakewell tart.
Just as is the case with their main menu, it’s a selection that offers a little something for everyone – keeping the homemade classics as is to induce a little bit of nostalgia in us all.
Accepting bookings at the Hide & Hoof restaurant now, guests can enjoy the main menu, ice creams and Afternoon Tea now restrictions have lifted, with the booking page now open here.
Yummy Yorkshire, Delph House Farm, High Flatts, Denby Dale, Huddersfield, HD8 8XY.