Food guide appetiser to tempt tourists to Peak

launch of new food labelling at Taste Tideswell
launch of new food labelling at Taste Tideswell

Visitors and locals with an appetite for the finer things in life will find plenty of food for thought in a glossy new guide giving a full flavour of the culinary delights the Peak District and Derbyshire has to offer.

Visit Peak District & Derbyshire – the area’s official tourist board – has teamed up with Food & Drink Guides Ltd to produce the 64-page Peak District & Derbyshire Food & Drink Guide 2011 – launched last week at the state-of-the-art Tideswell School of Food.

Full details of a wide variety of delectable venues to eat – ranging from chic city bars to cosy cafes and stylish restaurants to traditional country pubs – are listed in the comprehensive A5-size guide, which showcases places to eat from Rowarth in the High Peak to Melbourne in The National Forest.

“Premium food and drink are key ingredients in the choice menu tourists have come to expect when they visit the Peak District and Derbyshire, and this fact-packed new guide offers a feast of information about the wealth of venues we have to tempt their taste buds,” said David Thornton, the tourist board’s Head of Marketing.