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In the Hope Valley village of Bradwell, 2...
Just over 4 miles northeast of Bakewell, this stately 1907-built stone manor house has a magnificent Michelin-starred dining room showcasing a roll-call of British produce (Derbyshire lamb, Yorkshire game, Cornish cr...
Chefs Eric and Christiana Piedaniel's Modern French cuisine is the toast of in-town restaurants...
Don't be fooled by the low prices – this is serious cooking that just happens to be affordable too...
On the lane leading down beside the Town Hall, this understated restaurant is the top choice among in-the-know Buxtonites. The chef conjures up imaginative dishes primarily made from local produce...
A contemporary alternative to the Pavilion Gardens' old-fashioned tearooms, this funky little cafe brews Illy coffee, whips up gourmet burgers and wraps, and packs picnic hampers (including blankets for loan).
At the dramatic viewpoint of Monsal Head, you can pause for refreshment at the Monsal Head Hotel (rooms including breakfast from £85), which serves real ales and outstanding Modern British cuisine.
One of the claimants of the Bakewell Pudding, this place has a lovely 1st-floor tearoom with exposed beams that serves light meals and afternoon teas on tiered trays.
On the road up to the castle, unsurprisingly, with a cosy flagstone lounge bar, an open fire and a decent selection of hearty meals including good Sunday roasts.
Crispy thin-crust pizzas and fresh pastas such as king prawn, crab, crayfish and calamari linguine are the speciality of Castleton's swish Italian flag-bearer.
On the village square, with tables on the cobblestones outside, this sweet cafe has a mouth-watering array of slices and decent coffee.
Set in a renovated wing of the Pavilion, these tearooms conjure up images of jazz-fuelled tea-dances sometime between the wars.
Polished wood floors, Siamese sculptures and silk-attired staff make this an elegant place to enjoy refined Thai cuisine.
Cosy stone pub with real ales, hearty steaks, pies and casseroles; also B&B rooms and occasional live music.
Claims to be the progenitor of the famous Bakewell Pudding. No sit-down dining; head to the pretty riverbanks.
All chintz and doilies, this cute tearoom serves delicious homemade cakes and pastries as well as hearty lunches.
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