Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Derby. Derby (/ˈdɑːrbi/ ( listen) DAR-bee) is a city and unitary authority area in Derbyshire, England. It lies on the banks of the River Derwent in the south of Derbyshire, of which it was traditionally the county town. At the 2011 census, the population was 248,700. Derby gained city status in 1977.
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4 based on 1442 reviews
We last did the brunch here in February and it was good to see that the menu had been changed offering a larger selection of food and drinks. Also, having the bruschetta and mimosa starter was a nice addition.We had good service from our server, Indra, who was very friendly, efficient and attentive.Looking forward to the next time!HI Themightyrams, thank you so much for your feedback and for taking the time to write us a great review! I'm so happy to hear you had a great time with us and were enjoying our Bottomless Brunch! We will pass your kind words to our lovely Indra. She will be happy to hear how well she took care of you! We look forward to your next visit. See you soon!Many thanks,RDC Derby
4 based on 392 reviews
We have been serving fresh, high quality and authentic Mexican food in the local community and beyond since January 1997. As well as serving known Mexican favourites such as Fajitas, Burritos, Tacos, Nachos, we have created our own unique Pepitos Special
First time visiting Pepitos despite knowing of its existence for years. Visited on a weekday pretty early on so wasn't very busy. Seated promptly, drinks orders taken and left to mull over the menu.All 6 of us had a variety of different dishes and two large bowls of nachos were brought to the table whilst we waited for the food to be cooked which I thought was nice considering we weren't waiting that long.I had the lemon chicken which looked quite small on the plate but was actually massive once I started eating it. Plenty of sauce to go around as well. Everyone else was happy with their mains and somehow still had space for dessert. Nothing particularly Mexican on the dessert menu except for the tequila cheesecake. I had chocolate fudge cake which was delicious though would have loved churros if they had them!I'd definitely come here again. Reasonable prices, nice atmosphere and tasty food.Hi, FCimalonerThank you for you review and very positive feedback. We are glad you had a enjoyable first visit, hopefully now you've tried us you will come back and try something else on our delicious menu. Hope to see you again soon.Pepitos Team
4 based on 439 reviews
Your ticket to celebrating life the Latin American way with authentic Latin American food, cocktails & hospitality
Visited here with our son, daughter in law and 11 month old grandson. It was mid afternoon and the restaurant was quiet. The staff were very friendly. We chose 8 tapas all different. They were all very tasty. We had some wine and some beer which was reasonably priced. Would definitely go again. Thought the food was reasonably priced. Total bill was Â£79.
4 based on 133 reviews
From the arches of the Guildhall Theatre between 1864 & the late 80's to Derby Market Hall just inside of the arches from 2012-18 Derby Pyclet Parlour are carrying on Derby's Tastiest Tradition, now based in the Eagle Market with our bar and more dine in
Apparently pyclets (like a flattened out crumpet) are local cuisine for Derbyshire. They are tasty and the extras they put on the top are taste really good. Little hidden gem of a place. They use all China cups and ceramic plates. Great place to grab a quick bite for breakfast or lunchThanks Mark, our plates are china too, as a piece of Derby's History our food is made with fresh local produce, we serve it to you on Royal Crown Derby china and welcome you with Derby Hospitality. See you soon!
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