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In the Hope Valley village of Bradwell, 2...
Some 4 miles northeast of Bakewell, this 1907-built manor house has a magnificent Michelin-starred dining room showcasing British produce (Derbyshire lamb, Yorkshire game, Cornish crab…) along with vegetables from it...
One of the finest places to eat in the Peak District, this bucolic cafe serves hearty breakfasts (eggs Benedict with Chatsworth-cured bacon or salmon; strawberry-and-honey Chatsworth yoghurt with muesli) until 11...
Chefs Eric and Christiana Piedaniel's Modern French cuisine is the toast of the in-town restaurants...
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...
At the dramatic viewpoint of Monsal Head, you can pause for refreshment at the Monsal Head Hotel, which serves real ales and hearty British cuisine...
Edale's heart and soul, this cosy stone pub serves real ales, filling fare such as steaks, pork pies and local lamb casseroles...
Burgers, pies, steaks and fish dishes are the stock-in-trade of this busy town-centre restaurant. Live jazz swings in the bar on Sunday afternoons. Upstairs, basic double rooms cost £50 per night.
One of those who claims to have invented the Bakewell Pudding, this place has a lovely 1st-floor tearoom with exposed beams that serves light meals and afternoon teas on tiered trays.
Bloomers is one of two establishments that claims to be the progenitor of the famous Bakewell Pudding. There's no sit-down dining; head to the pretty riverbanks in fine weather.
On the village square, with tables on the cobblestones outside, this sweet cafe has a mouth-watering array of slices and decent coffee, which you can also get to takeaway.
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.
Castleton's most popular purveyor of cream teas, opposite the turn-off to the tourist office, also has filling sandwiches, pies and jacket potatoes.
Fuel up on soups, burgers, jacket potatoes, house-speciality vegetarian chilli and cakes at this cheerful cafe close to the village school.
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