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'Posh nosh', 'good grub' and 'tasty tucker' are just a few ways of describing the wide assortment of cuisine and produce that you will find listed under Peak District Food.

Eating Out In The Peak District can be an adventure with some Restaurants and pubs in The Peak District offering creative cookery that will tantalize your taste buds and inspire your appetite. However, you may prefer more traditional and wholesome fare using straightforward recipes and quality local produce.

For a scrumptious snack surrounded by breathtaking scenery or set amid quaint little chocolate box cottages, there are tea rooms in the Peak District and cafes  which welcome hikers, bikers
and passers by. You can also find coffee shops that provide a quick caffeine kick or supper clubs for the more discerning diner.

Whatever flavour you fancy, our list of providers under Peak District Food is sure to contain the ideal eatery of your choice.

In recent years the quality of food and the trend to use local produce has resulted in Farmers Markets being established in various locations. Limiting carbon footprints whilst supporting our own communities and small enterprises is not only environmentally friendly but it is often enlightening and downright delicious! Fresh from the fields or warm from the oven this is Peak District Food at its finest.

Many Derbyshire towns now hold Farmers Markets including Bakewell , Belper , Buxton , Castleton , Chesterfield, Derby and Leek , whilst the The Railway is held each month on the A517 between Belper and Ashbourne.

Purchasing food and drink has never been easier with bakeries, butchers, confectioners and delicatessen to be found in many towns and villages. Around the countryside are organic producers and poultry suppliers whose produce is often sold at farm shops.

Holiday providers often support and endorse Peak District food and drink  there is nothing quite like home-cured bacon and fresh farm eggs to start the day!

For special occasions we have listed  caterers who specialise in providing  Cuisine and Peak District recipes to party-sized proportions for you to Savour the Flavour. And if your culinary skills need a bit of a boost, then why not enrol on a Peak District Cookery Course  just a little food for thought

To compliment and accompany all this nutritious and delicious Peak District Food, simply scroll through our list of Peak District Wine and Beer merchants to find the perfect tipple that will whet your appetite and quench your thirst.

A lovely, family-owned, AA 4 * rated Inn set in a conservation village in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Opening Hours:  12 to 3pm and 6:30 to 11pm (Open all day Sunday) Closed all day Monday (except Bank Holidays)    Bar meals Tuesday to Saturday  Served 12 to 2pm and 6:30 to 9pm Sunday 12 to  8pm Dogs welcomed and water provided Beers A wide selection of beers, including...
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Masson Mills

 

Callow Hall Hotel and Restaurant