Reviews on European food in Darley Dale, Matlock, including Stones Restaurant, The Peacock at Rowsley Restaurant, Hodgkinson's Hotel Restaurant, The Market Place Restaurant, Coghlans at Stancliffe Hall, Piedaniel's Restaurant, The Orangery, Hassop Hall, Charlie's Bistro, Fischer's at Baslow Hall
4 based on 705 reviews
Welcome to Fischerâs Baslow Hall, our award-winning, individual, stylish, boutique country house hotel and restaurant. The location could hardly be more stunning. A Grade 2 listed, stone-built manor house standing on the edge of Baslow, a picturesque vill
We enjoyed our meal here. We were on a 2 night package with one evening meal at Rowley's the gastropub associated with the hotel (Hotel and Gastropub reviewed separately). I've just listed fro my own edification the 11 1 and 2 star restaurants we've eaten at in the last 6 or so years. Against that basis I think Fischers just scrapes in to the 1 star category (but only just!). We had the Summer Tasting menu with a bottle of what was probably the cheapest rose
4 based on 310 reviews
We were out and about with friends and just popped in for coffee and cake. Lovely welcome and lovely atmosphere for a Saturday morning. Coffee was excellent and the Bakewell and flapjack were delicious. Would love to go back to sample the food soon
5 based on 237 reviews
This was my final Sunday lunch at this wonderful hotel because the business is closing on 29 September 2019. Every meal has been exceptional, the ambience of the dining room and the professional service from the servers always contributed to a perfect dining experience. My family have celebrated memorable birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions and we will struggle to find another venue to match the unique Hassop Hall Hotel. So sad to say goodbye - we will miss you.
We arrived to celebrate a wedding anniversary to find a restaurant that really exists for the resident OAP population. Itâs in a retirement village which explains lack of signage.Half full at the time of The RHS Flower Show sums it up. Apart from residents we were the only outsiders and were quickly the only people left at 8.15!The menu is limited...great choice of sandwiches??? Thank goodness for a small special offering...chicken was tasty.Service very good but it felt like we were eating in a clinic.Avoid!
4 based on 627 reviews
We booked a few days in the Peak District to celebrate our wedding anniversary and were looking for a recommended restaurant for dinner.Piedaniels got so many positive reviews that we decided to try it and were not disappointed.Owner and staff were very friendly and the food was excellent, our starters and main meals consisted of high quality, fresh ingredients.We enjoyed all of the dishes but must mention the lamb wellington which was delicious.We did not have desserts as the portions were fairly generous and reasonably priced.I would highly recommend this restaurant, I just wish it was closer to our home town as it would be our âgo to restaurant â
We had a lovely afternoon at Stancliffe Hall. The building and grounds are beautiful. We had a lovely tour around, a glass of fizz, a chocolate demonstration and then a sumptuous afternoon tea. We all enjoyed ourselves and look forward to returning in the near future.
4 based on 414 reviews
Family run restaurant, over 34 years in business, good food,well priced, awarded 5 stars again by environmental health
On a grotty evening weather-wise the spacious main downstairs dining room felt warm and inviting. The menu doesn't win any awards for novelty but if you are after straightforward dishes that are well prepared then you won't be disappointed. I had a quite substantial prawn cocktail (served on a plate rather than in a glass) followed by a decent sirloin steak (which came medium rather than the medium rare I ordered), some excellent baby roast potatoes and a rather overcooked selection of vegetables. My wife enjoyed some notably tasty whitebait followed by two sea-bass fillets, simply pan-fried.The wine selection is limited but it was such a pleasant change to find all the bottles priced under Â£20. Our bottle of rioja was perfectly good.
5 based on 100 reviews
We took a last minute long weekend break and stayed at The Hodgkinson Hotel in Matlock Bath. We decided to take up the option of dining in on both nights, this was a great choice. The food was varied, tasty and well cooked. We would have no hesitation in recommending The Hodgkinson Hotel & Restaurant.Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. It was great to meet you and we are happy that you enjoyed your last minute get away here at Hodgkinsons. We always appreciate guests feedback and feel especially honoured when they choose to stay and dine with us more than once. We hope you will return to explore the Peak District more in the future.
4 based on 287 reviews
A perfect spot for visiting the Peak National Park, Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall. The Peacock is located in the small, pretty village of Rowsley. We serve delicious food both lunch and dinner in the warm and cosy surroundings of our atmospheric bar. O
Itâs the kind of place you go for a special occasion. For us, it was visiting with a very dear friend. She loves to go there, and so do we when we stay in nearby Darley Dale. Very swish, with top shelf service. In an elegant setting, too. They have a three course âlighterâ lunch menu for Â£24. Some lovely choices, served with a side of bread with the crispest crusts. Mushroom soup, croquettes, terrine...great start. Fish and (hand cut) chips, braised lamb shoulder, cauliflower cheese...yumMille feuille, creme Catalan, tart of the day...great finish. Itâs no bargain but you get what you pay for. Look forward to next time.
5 based on 960 reviews
Dinner - Tuesday to Saturday 6.30-9pm. Lunch - Wednesday to Saturday 12-2pm. Tucked away in the heart of idyllic Matlock, Derbyshire, Stones is a modern, eclectic restaurant with a stylish, welcoming interior and a superb modern British menu. The restaura
Ate here for the first time and had high expectations. It didnât disappoint and the food was lovely and the service was good. We had canapÃ©s and cocktails to start and then three courses followed by coffee and petit fours. The reason I didnât give it 5 stars was because we ordered coffee with our dessert but the coffee and petit fours came a little while before desert so it spoilt the perfection and we had to wait while the coffee was getting cold before we could enjoy. The beef in the main course was served on a bed of caramelised onion, unfortunately there was just too much of it, it was very strong tasting and overpowered the whole dish. Other than that we had a lovely evening and would return again .Dear Jill,Thank you for taking the time to leave such a positive review, we really appreciate it. Thanks too for the pointers on service times and your beef dish â weâre always trying to retain the highest standards possible.Best Regards, JadeOwner, Stones
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