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Places to eat and drink in Matlock and Matlock Bath including restaurants , pub food and tea rooms

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The Orangery Restaurant – St Elphin’s House, Dale Road South, Darley Dale, Matlock DE4 2RH – 01629 736760

Experience elegant and relaxed dining within the Victorian grandeur of St Elphin’s House, near Matlock and Bakewell on the edge of the Derbyshire Dales. Using a range of suppliers from Derbyshire and the surrounding area, Head Chef Ray Moody produces a range of seasonal, contemporary dishes served in the warm and friendly atmosphere of The Orangery Restaurant. In the Summer, the Terrace is the perfect spot to relax and watch the world go by. Available for special functions and events – please enquire. Open Monday to Saturday 9am-9pm and Sunday 9am-4pm. To reserve a table, please call 01629 736760 or visit www.orangeryrestaurantstelphins.co.uk

The Thorn Tree 48 Jackson Road, Matlock DE4 3JQ Tel 01629 580295

The award-winning Thorn Tree Inn is a small, comfortable, traditional pub dating from the 1800's. It sits on Jackson Road, high on Matlock Bank, its windows and terrace looking southwards across the Derwent Valley towards Riber Castle and beyond. There is also a large outdoor canopy with electric heaters for those chilly evenings. It is a beautiful location to spend a few hours and to meet new people. This cosy pub welcomes visitors and locals alike, old and young, from all walks of life. Children are very welcome in the pub, when they are accompanied by a responsible adult. Mud, the pub's chocolate labrador, is happy to see her canine visitors come in with their owners. More information at www.thorntreeatmatlock.co.uk

The Shalimar Dale Road North , Darley Dale, Matlock DE4 2HX

Cafe in the Park 38 Causeway Lane , Hall Leys Park, Matlock, Derbyshire

Our unique bistro evenings at Cafe in the Park offer your taste buds the chance to travel far and wide without having to dig out the passport! Each evening offers a nationally themed menu, with our homemade versions of some famous dishes alongside some lesser known classics from each country. We provide a generous set menu at a set price, and to keep costs down we invite you to bring your own wine, with just a small corkage charge. Our Bistro Evenings have become very popular and book up very quickly so if you would like to book a table, please do so in advance securing your booking with a £10 deposit (non- refundable) More information at www.cafeinthepark.net

Maazi Indian Restaurant 25 Causeway Lane, Matlock DE4 3AR Tel 01629 582534

The Greenway Cafe Snitterton Road, Matlock

The Green Way Café in Matlock serves imaginative and tasty vegetarian meals. All food is made by our staff at the cafe using ingredients sourced using ethical standards. We support local producers, organic growers, environmentally friendly businesses and fair trade initiatives. More information at www.greenwaycafe.co.uk

PeliDeli 1 Jubilee Buildings, Crown Square, Matlock DE4 3AT

The Plough Inn Matlock Road, Brackenfield,, Matlock DE55 6DD, Tel 01629 534437

Thailand No. 1 43 Dale Road, Matlock DE4 3LT, Tel 01629 584444

A TASTE OF THE AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE & TAKE AWAY EXOTIC, HEALTHY, DELICIOUS DINING - Thai Style Thai food has rapidly grown in popularity among casual diners and gourmets alike, earning it a status as one of the world's most popular cuisines. At Thailand No1, we have assembled a range of classic thai dishes using the freshest ingredients including herbs, spices and exotic vegetables sent to us every week from growers in Thailand. Thai food not only tastes good but also looks beautiful, with intricate carvings More information at http://matlock.thailandnumber1.co.uk>

The Duke William 91 Church Strteet, Matlock DE4 3BZ, Tel 01629 582585

The Market Place 16-18 The Market Place , Cromford, Matlock DE4 3QE Tel 01629 822444

The Market Place Restaurant, Cromford has been a family run establishment for the last 28 years; customers enjoy delicious food in a relaxing atomsphere with warm hospitality in one of the most interesting and historic restaurants in the Derbyshire Dales. It has a lovely oldie worldy ambience with attractive surroundings making you feel at ease. Joanne and Richard Hancock, the owners offer a wonderful array of mouth-watering A la Carte meals being especially famous for their sizzlers. More information at www.marketplacerestaurant.co.uk

The Duke of Wellington 115 Wellington Street, Matlock DE4 3GX Tel 01629 582299

This beautiful 19th Century former 'Drovers Inn' and 'working farm' now finds itself a cosy, traditional country inn. Built in 1866 the 'Duke' has all the character and charm of a traditional country inn, built in Derbyshire limestone with slate roofs, roaring log fires and extensive gardens, our pub is well worth a visit More information at http://thedukeatmatlock.co.uk

Regent House Tea Rooms 35 Dale Road, Matlock DE4 3LT

Old Bank Cafe Bar North Parade , Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4 3NS Tel 01629 55550

The Old Bank Cafe Bar, River Side Tea Room & B&B welcome's You... ...to its Cafe bar, Tea room and B&B in Matlock Bath. Here you will find a comfortable relaxing atmosphere, top class service and of course an extensive food and beverage menu. We would like to encourage you to take time over tea, coffee or a beer to enjoy and relax and let us see to your needs and make you feel like the prized and special customer that you are. More information at www.oldbankcafebar.com

Matlock Fish Bar 17-19, Causeway Lane, Matlock DE4 3AR Tel 01629 582669

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