Winner's of the Derby Food and Drink Awards 2018
129 London Road, Derby, DE1 2QN
The award-winning Anoki Indian restaurant opened in 2003 and has established an unrivalled reputation for serving up indulgent cuisine in luxurious surroundings.
7 Iron Gate, Derby, DE1 3FJ
BEAR Derby sits slap-bang in the centre of the city’s iconic and beautiful Cathedral Quarter; the original hotspot for high-quality food and drink.
Main Road, Ashbourne, DE6 3DA
Est. 2014. We are a delightful cosy coffee shop specialising in homemade cakes, bakes and treats, plus freshly made savoury snacks, meals, gifts and cards.
Exeter Place, Derby, DE1 2EU
Derby Food and Drink Awards Winner in 2014 and 2012 and CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2013, the Exeter Arms has been packing them in with its cutting edge approach, all in a very traditional setting.
Radbourne Lane, Radbourne, Nr. Mickleover, Derbyshire, DE6 4LZ
Serving freshly prepared daily specials including breakfast snacks, light lunches and afternoon teas using locally sourced ingredients from the farm shop and other trusted regional suppliers.
50 Queen Street, Derby , DE1 3DE
Everything at Portobello is local, honest and delicious.
119 Friar Gate, Derby, DE1 1EX
Craft Beer Shop and Tasting Room.
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.
16 The Strand, Cathedral Quarter, Derby, DE1 1BE
The café sells homemade treats including cakes and scones, as well as sandwiches and lunch dishes. There is also a breakfast menu and a Little Tommy’s children’s menu.