This blog is full of the top six places to eat in the Peak District, with something for everyone from couples, hikers and ramblers, all the way through to families and those with pets.
This new blog will recommend the top six places to eat in the Peak District. The blog will cover the pubs and/or restaurants, and will include such information as their TripAdvisor review, some quotes from previous customers, and some general information about each of the places. Perfect for all weathers, with recommendations for vegans and vegetarians also, this blogs recommendations for places to eat in the Peak District will have something for everyone!
Set in one of the most beautiful parts of the countryside, The Old Eyre Arms is a great place to eat in the Peak District. Located near the old market town of Bakewell, and close to Chatsworth House, this family-run pub offers three different rooms to dine in. A dog-friendly pub with a seasonal menu, The Old Eyre Arms provides delicious meals prepared with high-quality and fresh ingredients. The beer garden is open all year-round, offering views of the Derbyshire countryside. Rated 4.0 on TripAdvisor.
Nestled in the quaint village of Eyam, Stella’s Kitchen offers visitors an enjoyable place to eat in the Peak District. Cooking authentic Afro-Caribbean food using locally sourced ingredients, Stella’s Kitchen gives visitors the opportunity to cook with Stella. Stella’s Kitchen gives an option to order food as a takeaway, or a catering service for an event. Rated 5.0 on TripAdvisor, this is a must-visit restaurant when in the area.
A traditional and charming Indian restaurant, The Shalimar is an exciting place to eat in the Peak District. Located in Matlock, the restaurant is a great location for family meals, all the way through to relaxed business functions. Offering spacious dining in a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. Serving authentic Indian cuisine, with poplar curries as well as unique house specials. With Indian and local beers, and a range of international wine, there is a drink here to compliment the delicious meal. Rated 5.0 on TripAdvisor.
The Packhorse Inn is a great place to eat in the Peak District, and regarded one of the best pubs in the area. Surrounded by some of the best scenery that the area has to offer, The Packhorse Inn serves locally sourced ingredients and beer. The menu changes seasonally, but is entirely affordable throughout the year. The pub hosts a weekly pub quiz to raise money for charity. Rated 4.5 on TripAdvisor.
Relive the nostalgia of a bygone Indian era, at a great place to eat in the Peak District. Maazi provides aromatic curries served in home-style metal pots. Rose petals and traditional incense lure your sense into the rich culinary art of India in every bite. Maazi shares a building with the former Ritz cinema, therefore still retains its original archaic spirit. A great location for a meal with the family, the prices are very affordable. Located in Matlock, this restaurant is easily accessible by rail and road. Rated 4.5 on TripAdvisor.
A charming country pub, The Royal Oak Inn is a wonderful place to eat in the Peak District. With generous portions and sensible prices, The Royal Oak is a favourite of many visitors to the area. Offering a traditional style of hospitality, complete with a cosy pub atmosphere. A menu of hearty English pub food, and a great selection of wine and ale makes this a great place to eat. Using seasonal produce from local suppliers, The Royal Oak caters for all dietary requirements. Rated 4.5 on TripAdvisor.
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