Winner's of the Derby Food and Drink Awards 2017
Riverlights , Derby
Bustler Market takes place on the last weekend of every month, Friday from 5pm, and Saturday from 12pm.
18-19 Iron Gate, Cathedral Quarter, Derby, DE1 3GP
The Cathedral Café specialises in home-made cakes, soups, sandwiches and jacket potatoes. Every day there are “specials” to tempt you; whether you want an early breakfast, morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea.
159 Chaddesden Lane, Chaddesden, Derby, DE21 6LJ
For All You're Gift & Coffee Needs!
7 Curzon Street, Derby, DE11LH
Masala is a refreshingly modern but authentic Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant located in Derby City Centre.
19 Full Street, Cathedral Quarter, Derby, DE1 3AF
Derby CAMRA City Pub of the Year 2011 & Derby CAMRA Pub of the Year 2011 Overall Winner.
121 Friar Gate, Derby, DE1 1EX
At Terroir they love food especially local food, they serve meat from their own livestock and that of other friends and suppliers. The food is 'posh rustic'.
Long Lane, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5BJ
Gastro Pub of the year 2017. (midlands) Wonderfully casual fine dining, that explore locally sourced and seasonal ingredients where available. Menus extend across lunchtime, bar graze, early evening and a la carte offerings, all supported by an enviable wine and drinks menu and enjoyed amidst a cluster of restaurant rooms that ooze quintessential English charm.
7 – 9 Old Blacksmith’s Yard, Sadler Gate, Derby, DE1 3PD
Located in the historic Old Blacksmiths Yard on Sadler Gate, The Palfrey is a newly refurbished unique and contemporary restaurant and wine bar, where they aim to provide a relaxed and friendly environment for their customers.
Church Lane, Shirley, Nr Ashbourne, DE6 3AS
Set in the historic village of Shirley just outside Ashbourne, we are a friendly country pub serving top quality classic pub favourites alongside interesting restaurant style dishes, cooked by our award winning Chef, Robin Hunter and his team.