Bakewell restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Bakewell

Fischer's Baslow Hall

This 1907-built manor house, 4 miles northeast of Bakewell, has a magnificent Michelin-starred dining room showcasing British produce (Derbyshire lamb, Yorkshire game, Cornish crab…) along with vegetables from its k…
Top Choice Cafe in Bakewell

Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop Cafe

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 11.30…
British in Bakewell

Monsal Head Hotel

At the dramatic viewpoint of Monsal Head, its namesake hotel serves real ales and brilliant British cuisine, such as Cheshire cheese and horseradish soufflé, braised Derbyshire beef with smoked-garlic mash, and blac…
Pizza in Bakewell

Juniper

Done out with juniper-berry-coloured walls and tartan-upholstered chairs, this chic little spot combines a gin bar stocking 40-plus varieties (and Bakewell-brewed Thornbridge beers) with a contemporary pizza kitchen…
French in Bakewell

Piedaniel's

Chefs Eric and Christiana Piedaniel's Modern French cuisine is the toast of the in-town restaurants. A whitewashed dining room is the exquisite setting for the likes of Normandy onion soup with cider and Gruyère che…
Bakery in Bakewell

Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

One of those that claims to have invented the Bakewell Pudding, this place has a lovely 1st-floor tearoom with exposed beams. It serves light meals and afternoon teas on tiered trays.
Bakery in Bakewell

Bloomers Original Bakewell Puddings

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.