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Lovely decor & setting inside the bar with views onto the platform where you can watch commuters whizz past on their day to day.
I went as part of a group for Jazz night (though we left just as the band were arriving - there...More
Called in to The Head of Steam whilst waiting for a train recently. Having last been in some years ago, the place looked completely revamped! Vintage upholstery made the interior feel stylish and suave whilst retaining it's cosy, warm pub vibe.
And the beers -...More
This is an amazing pub both for beer connoisseurs and those who just like a straightforward pint of ale.
As you walk in, the right door takes you to a separate room where you can see the range of cask beer.
The left takes you...More
Went in for a few pints with my friends while waiting for our train to arrive. And was really suprised to find a big selection of cask ales and lagers. I had a few pints of the A-hop-alypse and was really satisfied with it. Would...More
Visited the pub on a sat afternoon with friends. When ordering was told there was a long wait which I wa OK with. However, when food did arrive which was over an hour was cold and no checkback was seen.
Shame as food seemed nice...More
Date of visit: February 2019
Mike A, General Manager at The Head of Steam, responded to this reviewResponded 9 February 2019
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review, we always appreciate feed back.
on one of our typical Saturdays the food wait can be very long (our kitchen is relatively small when compared to the size of our venue) and it can...More
Pop in here quite commonly. The converted train station ticket office has a great atmosphere with accommodating, friendly staff and an array of food. The selection of drinks is formidable with over 10 cask ales of regular rotation and a large selection of Belgium beers....More
My Wife and I had 45 minutes to kill In Huddersfield and it turned into a 2 hour detour due to the wonderful beer and great service here at the Head of Steam!
We just stopped for a pint (I decided to go for a...More