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So much choice at Christmas time.

IF Christmas lunch at home isn't your cup of tea, you'll find any number of restaurants, hotels and pubs offering Christmas Day lunch.

Whilst you may find you'll pay a premium for someone else giving up their Christmas lunch whilst you enjoy yours, it may be a price worth paying and there's the added bonus of no washing up!

TurKey finds its way on to most menus at Christmas, however, some people get 'TURKEYED' out.

If you've had enough TURKEY by Boxing Day why not try something a little different.

Today's menus always offer innovative vegetarian options and there is usually a fish choice as well. A popular fish at Christmas is salmon, often served with prawns, for a touch of luxury.

Tables for Christmas Day itself do get BOOKED up very early and you need to decide in good time to guarantee your table. In the run up to Christmas , an early evening menu can be a great start to your night and you can be in and out of the restaurant before the later punters start to wait for their tables!

Whether you prefer Chinese, traditional English,Indian, Italian or any food culture from the gastronomical centres of the world, you'll find a meal to suit your palate over the Christmas holiday in a selection of restaurants across Huddersfield.. This Christmas you might find yourself eating a Chinese banquet or curry selection at a local Indian restaurant.

If you're in a large group of friends, you may find you have to pre-BOOK your food. At busy times leading up to Christmas, restaurants need this information for large parties to ensure the evening runs smoothly and everyone is happy with their food. Why not use the Christmas period to try something a little different?


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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Oct 26, 2013
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