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Good Food In Bakewell

Good food in Bakewell is one of the joys of what the town is about. Eating out in Bakewell is a foodaholic's delight. Sit with fish and chips by the banks of the glorious River Wye and feed the ducks at your feet, or perhaps eat your takeaway watching the huge trout in the crystal clear waters below the glorious gothic 5 arch bridge on a warm Summer's night.

Food in Bakewell is diverse and different, healthy or not, it depends how you feel. There are certainly an abundance of diverse places to eat inside or out. Bakewell has lots of Peak District Pubs all offering deals galore, Peak District Hotels offering a platter of posh nosh or not too many restaurants in Bakewell to spoil you for choice!

Dine out side with the stunning backdrop of spectacular scenery behind you, or sit amongst the little nooks and crannies, where cafes are littered around every corner. Dine cosy or dine with friends, eating out in Bakewell will mean not visiting the same place twice - the choice is enormous! Don't fill up in the day on your Bakewell pudding - leave plenty of room to eat good food in Bakewell at night.

Come to ricci's, taste the delights of the food, have a real cup of coffee, made to very high standards. Our recipes are authentic and rustic. We know we're doing it right, as any Italian customers always tell us the food and coffee are as good as at home, so please come and join us and find out why so many people say they'll be back to 'that lovely little Italian'. Instead of taking away our delicious food home to eat, why not enjoy it in the comfort of our café? ...
Peak District Food - Ricci's Takeaway and Cafe - Bakewell
    Bakewell Farmers’ Market – The Superb New Video is Launched By Peak District TV The chocolate box town with its very own pudding and infamous cattle market - but did YOU know there was a Farmer’s Market in Bakewell? With a wealth of pasture land surrounding this glorious part of the Peak District, we really should have known! With stunning shots of the famous Bakewell bridge and its crystal clear river, the video moves along the...
Well known for the quality of food it serves, the White Lion is a popular place to eat out and has an ever growing reputation.  Tenants, Greg and Libby Robinson took over the running of The White Lion in August 2009 and although fairly young have brought a wealth of experience with them.  Downstairs, the establishment has been totally refurbished to a high standard, bringing decor and furnishings into the 21st century, but without losing the old charm and character. Chef,...
The White Lion - Great Longstone
  The Bulls Head sits in the middle of the village of Monyash. It is an old listed building dating back to the 17th Century, run by the same family for over 20 years. We are in the centre of the village just next to the village green. At the Bulls Head you will find good food, real ales and a warm welcome. We have a well stocked bar with real ales including, Tetley, Burton Ale and one guest beer such as Black Sheep Special and Hartlington. Lagers include fosters,...
Peak District Pubs - The Bulls Head - Monyash - Nr Bakewell
The Bakewell Pudding Parlour ... The Bakewell Pudding Parlour is a family business. which has been making puddings for over 20 years. Set in the old smithy it has now been transformed into a bakery shop and coffee shop. Bakery & Bakery Shop Everything is baked freshly on the premises seven days a week. Supplying the shop with bread, all the home-made cakes and the famous Bakewell puddings and tarts. Coffee Shop The coffee shop is open seven days a...
Peak District Bakery & Coffee Shops - The Bakewell Pudding Parlour - Bakewell
Authentic Indian Restaurant and Takeaway. Our desire is to provide a stylish and a comfortable dining environment for you to enjoy high quality Indian cuisine made in the traditional way.  Our chef, prepares your food fresh to order, using natural ingredients, that incorporate fresh herbs and spices in all our dishes.  We extend a warm welcome to all our visitors.  We will do our utmost to ensure your dining experience will be thoroughly enjoyable, in a friendly,...
Spice Cottage - Bakewell
The Rutland Arms AntiQues Centre... OPENED IN NOVEMBER 2007 A new quality antiques centre for the Peak District in the heart of Bakewell within easy reach of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, set in the Georgian splendour of the old stable block of the Rutland Arms Hotel built by the Duke of Rutland in 1805 and visited by many famous names such as Turner, Byron, Coleridge, Wordsworth and Jane Austen. The Antiques Centre will have over 30 quality dealers selling furniture,...
Peak District Antiques - The Rutland Arms AntiQues Centre - Bakewell
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