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21 September, 2020

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Eat Out to Help Out Scheme – Derbyshire

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Eat Out to Help Out offers discount to diners and is available all day, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 31 August 2020. The following restaurants have signed up to the scheme. Please check the individual restaurants website for more information.

The Farmhouse at Mackworth

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Serving Wood Fired Pizza to Josper Steak, The Farmhouse at Mackworth ethos is being excellent in everything they do; from food to drinks all served in a home from home environment.

Seven Restaurant and Café Bar

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The winner of The Derby Food and Drink 2014 Award, Seven Restaurant and Café Bar, is a sophisticated, contemporary but casual dinning experience. Offering daily specials and handcrafted cocktails.

The Forge Black Rock Steakhouse

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Located on Sadler Gate, Derby, is one of the city’s Premier Steakhouses. Priding themselves in offering only the best cuts of meat from the award-winning Owen Taylor & Sons all served on a famous black rock grill stone.

The Tap

With over 70 beers a huge range of Spirits this makes the top especially if drinks venue in Derby. The Tap combines huge Victorian ceilings and imposing windows with exposed brick walls and original wooden floors the create a great pub. They also serve a great selection of homemade locally sourced food all prepared and cooked on site.

The Kitchen

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Located on Saddler Street in the Cathedral Quarter, you will find an independent family run café, bistro and pizzeria. Serving everything from breakfast, lunch to dinner, including wood-fired stone baked pizzas.

The Greyhound

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If you are looking for a pub with original features, such as oak beams and original fireplace with a modern twist this is a perfect one for you. The Greyhound is historic Grade II listed pub dating back to 1734. They offer a great selection of world beers, American craft bears, spirits, wines and freshly cooked food as well as a beer garden!

Hackwood Farm

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Winner of Derby food and Drink Awards best out of town 2018. Serving freshly prepared daily specials including at breakfast lunch and afternoon tea full stop all using locally sourced ingredients from the farm shop and other trusted regional suppliers they also have a selection of takeaway teas and coffees and cakes are also available

The Cock Inn, Muggington

Reopened in 2016 after a much-needed makeover and is now wonderfully ambient. The Cock Inn has selection of menus which includes vegan and gluten free options.

The Potting Shed Café

Located in Markeaton Garden Centre is the charming potting shed cafe. This friendly purpose-built tea rooms serves lots of homemade goodies and they say that their homemade cakes are legendary. Why not pop along to find out?

The Troff

Found at the Coach House at Darley Abbey, The Troff offers home cooked food such as cake, coffee and breakfast cobs, as well as, pulled pork brioche buns, chilli dogs, vegan burrito bowls and nachos using locally sourced ingredients where possible. They also have a licensed bar and selling a selection of wines beers and spirits for all occasions!

Shalimar Gold

Derby’s best-loved Indian restaurant in established for over 30 years on Midland Road. Shalimar has recently moved a few doors down and undergone a big transformation, so it is the perfect time to visit!

The Horseshoes

The Horseshoes Inn is an award-winning gastro pub home to one of the Midlands finest young chefs, Gareth Ward, and his top-class kitchen team. Found on Long Lane this is a great place to eat fine A La Carte food as well as drink and unwind in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside between Derby and Ashborne.

Mount Everest

Mount Everest Gurkha restaurant a contemporary modern Nepalese Gurkha restaurant right in the heart of Derby. They have a unique approach to cooking and presentation and the service is outstanding.  The aim is to bring traditional Nepalese and Indian cuisine with a modern twist. Their food is bursting with fresh vibrant flavours that emphasises a light and healthy cuisine using cholesterol free cooking oil.  Mount Everest Gurkha restaurant is open every day for dining in collection and deliveries.

The Meynell Ingram Arms

Found on Abbots Bromley Road, Hoar Cross, The Meynell Ingram Arms offer a relaxing dining and high-quality food and drink experience. Meynell Ingram Arms has a main restaurant, Sons Bar and the original dog friendly Meynell Bar and Restaurant. As well as a redesigned courtyard and garden which provides a fabulous space on a sunny day.

The Cow Dalbury

Located on The Green, Ashbourne, they endeavour to source 90% of all food from local suppliers within 30 miles. The menu is primarily small plates assortment to encourage grazing and sharing. They have deliberately stripped back the years to expose the original features of the centuries-old pub creating what they hope you will find a soothing setting for food and drink.

Manzo Steak and Grill

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Found in the heart of Derby on London Road opposite London Road Community Hospital, Manzo offices finest steak gourmet burgers, pizzas, parmesan, and grill food as well as a variety of desserts.

Anoki

The winner of Best International in Derby’s Food and Drinks Award 2018. Anoki opened in 2003 re-establishing an unrivalled reputation for serving up Georgian cuisine in luxury surroundings. They are also located on London Road in the Old Picture Hall.

 

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