Where are the top ten places to eat in Derbyshire?

Are you planning a trip out for a bite to eat somewhere in Derbyshire tonight?

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 23rd January 2016, 12:48 pm
Updated Saturday, 23rd January 2016, 12:54 pm
People eating in restaurant
People eating in restaurant

If so, our list of the county’s top ten restaurants, compiled with the help of travel website TripAdvisor, should help you make that all important choice.

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Stones Restaurant, Dale Road, Matlock - Tucked away in the heart of Matlock, Stones restaurant is a cosy and eclectic restaurant with a stylish and welcoming decor and a superb modern British menu.

Angelos Restaurant at the New Inn, Hopping Hill, Belper - Angelo’s Restaurant at the New Inn offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with excellent Italian, French and English food and a high standard of service.

The Shalimar, Dale Road North, Darley Dale - The Shalimar has an authentic Indian menu featuring all of your favourite curries plus some unique house specialties, and the bar serves Cobra and Kingfisher on tap and locally brewed real ale along with a fantastic collection of wines.

Calabria, Glumangate, Chesterfield - The award-winning Calabria is recognised in the Good Food Guide 2015 and offers fantastic wines, cold beers and a wide range of food from light snacks to evening meals.

Lombardi’s, Sheffield Road, Chesterfield - This family-owned, authentic Italian restaurant serves up rustic dishes bursting with flavour. They now stock Italian Artisan bottled beers from Amcord, and a good selection of real ales from the Brampton and Titanic Breweries.

Cafe Nonno’s, Green Lane, Belper - Cafe Nonno’s combine Italian and English cuisine in the relaxed surroundings of the picturesque town of Belper. They aim to provide exceptional food at sensible prices and a memorable and authentic experience.

Carriages Pub & Italian Restaurant, Newhaven, Buxton - If you’re looking for a mouth-watering selection of traditional Sicilian dishes, fresh seasonal seafood, fine Italian wines, coffee and ice cream then look no further than Carriages.

The Tickled Trout, Valley Rd, Barlow - The Tickled Trout uses the finest locally sourced ingredients to create delicious food that’s inspired by Italy. Visitors are guaranteed a warm welcome, relaxed surroundings, and a great choice of top-notch food.

Elaichi, Bridge Street, Belper - A world of East Asian flavours can be found at Elaichi’s. Opened in 1998, the curry house specialises in classic Bangladeshi recipes to eat in or take away, and is open every day of the week.

Chesters, Sheffield Rd, Chesterfield - The award-winning fish restaurant prides itself on serving fresh fish, delivered daily from Grimsby. When there are no deliveries – like on Sunday’s and over Christmas – the restaurant doesn’t open.