Best British restaurants nearby. Discover the best British food in Hathersage. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for British restaurants near you. including Hathersage Social, Cintra's Tea Rooms, The Scotsmans Pack, Riverside Herb Centre, Pool Cafe, Plough Inn, Bank House Hathersage, Village Green, George's, Outside Hathersage Cafe
4 based on 117 reviews
A comfortable cafe with seating for 60, in the beautiful Peak District village of Hathersage, above the well-loved Outside shop. Popular with climbers, walkers, bikers and anyone who happens to be passing by. Breakfast, light snacks and full meals are ser
We first started using this cafe for Sunday breakfast many years ago, as at that time it was the only place in the Hope Valley that served breakfast. Then for whatever reason, probably because other venues started doing breakfast, we stopped using Outside. We have recently "rediscovered" this great cafe and have had a breakfast and sandwiches at lunchtime today. I had smoked salmon and cream cheese, which was excellent, with loads of cream cheese and salmon. Everything is very reasonable and we shall be renewing our acquaintance with Outside.
4 based on 88 reviews
The staff here were great. They had enquired on booking about any dietary requirements and had prepared a dairy free menu specially for us. Lovely lounge where we had cocktails before the meal and then nice dining area. Beautifully presented food which tasted excellent. Really enjoyed our choices including delicious dessert. Coffee and petit fours to finish. Really nice evening in a relaxed but stylish hotel. Service was slow but it suited us. Not somewhere to go if youâre in a rush but for us it perfect
4 based on 284 reviews
Super little cafe perfectly located in the heritage village of Eyam in the Peak District. We bake gorgeous cakes and cook tasty savouries 7 days a week for you to enjoy, using fantastic local produce. Our coffee is Fairtrade, organic and rainforest certif
Very pleasant cafe with a good range of food. However we thought the cakes were expensive - a slice of carrot cake at Â£3.75 was somewhat too steep for us (no prices displayed but we were glad we asked before ordering) so we just had drinks which were nice. Friendly staff and good service so well worth a visit, but watch those prices.Many thanks for your review; just a comment re our prices - all our cakes are small batch & hand made on the premises from premium quality ingredients (butter/free range eggs/real vanilla extracts etc). Portions are generous and customers often share a piece of our layer cakes because of that and traybake prices start at 2.50.Prices are also inclusive of VAT, reflect our commitment to sustainable business practices which attract higher overheads (compostable cups etc; increased recycling costs and paying staff fairly and above minimum wage).Iâm glad you enjoyed your drinks and experienced good service. Best wishes, Sara
4 based on 127 reviews
WINNER - Best Contemporary Restaurant, Westside Restaurant & Bar of the year Awards 2019. Formerly a historic bank, now a contemporary restaurant and cocktail bar nestling in the heart of the Peak District National Park. Bank House offers fresh locally so
The food was mixed. Delicious pinchitos, cauliflower Dukkah and lamb. Two of the party had seafood linguine that they described as rather tasteless. Our servers were Tom and Anya. Most dedicated, professional and attentive. All food arrived promptly and was hot. There was no problem splitting the drinks bill. Lovely setting.
4 based on 322 reviews
A family owned and run hotel and restaurant, situated 5 minutes outside of Hathersage upon 11 acres of lush land by the River Derwent.
Came here on a Saturday evening by chance, as other places on Hathersage were either busy or we didn't fancy them. The place was nicely busy, giving a good feeling. The menu is quite extensive for a country pub, but I suppose it is as bit more than that.The food was served promptly and was delicious, and the staff were very pleasant. We enjoyed it so much that we came back the following evening.A bonus was that the wifi was good and better than our hotel in the village.
4 based on 100 reviews
Visited here with my daughter after having a swim at the pool.There are plenty of options on the menu, whether you are after a light bite or something more substantial you should find something to suit. My daughter opted for a jacket potato with tuna mayo, I went for a coffee and a rhubarb flapjack.You order and pay at the till, the food and coffee arrived not long after.The flapjack was very good and my daughter polished off the jacket potato. There is plenty of seating inside and also outside of the weather is good. If we are in the area again we would pay another visit.If you are travelling by car, there is a car park just across the road.
4 based on 181 reviews
Visit the herb centre cafe a fair bit and have enjoyed the food their (only eat the Tuna Melt) not sure if regular staff are on holiday or have left but it wasn't quite as good this time , was too cold where cheese not melted enough and cheese was a lot sparser than normal portions .Parnters' lunch wasn't as good as normal either sadly. However is always great to sit and watch the birds so may go back at some point hopefully the regular cook/chef will be back at the helm :)
4 based on 619 reviews
My friends took me out for a special treat for my birthday today and we went to The Scotsman's Pack in Hathersage. The lunch was superb, the service was excellent and friendly. The owner made us very welcome and was very pleasant. I had a wonderful birthday lunch - thank you Scotsman's Pack!Good afternoon, We are delighted that you enjoyed your Birthday lunch and thank you for your kind words.We hope to see you again soon
4 based on 438 reviews
Cintra's is a licensed cafe situated in the popular Peak District of Hathersage. Seating for up to 44 inside but with the added surprise of the large, beautiful, secluded, dog friendly tea garden at the rear of the cafe. Cintra's offers a varied menu to s
It's been a long time since we visited the Peak District and even longer since we went to hathersage. The amount of tea rooms/coffee houses has gone through the roof with what seems one every two hundred yards so the choice is fantastic. However finding one that is concerned about food and quality of service rather than keeping up with trends is very difficult. We called in at cintra and found a lovely place with excellent staff a typical English tea room with an hidden garden out side that was lovely to dine in. It really is hard to find anything to fault in this place and it's one I could definitely recomend to any of me in the area. The coffee was very acceptable and the cheese, bacon and maple panini was delicious. Thankyou to the staff here you made our day and visit to hathersage well worth while.Thankyou so much for your lovely review. Cintraâs has been a tea room since 1937 and I have always believed itâs important to keep it as traditional as possible,offering good quality food with an excellent service.I am going to share your kind comments with all the staff and hope you will visit again soon.
5 based on 271 reviews
Evening restaurant, daytime cafÃ©, wine & cocktail bar and mini-cinema. Offering daytime brunches with riverside garden. Evening events programme, locally sourced restaurant menu, speciality Gaillac wines and innovative cocktails. Open daytimes and evening
Called in to the H social club for lunch on a lovely sunny Thursday and we were made to feel welcome as soon as we walked through the gate in to the garden , The dog was also welcomed enthusiastically and we were seated in a nice area of the garden overlooking the stream. The service here is wonderful and we were looked after superbly by the whole team all afternoon and our pup was made dog of the day and became famous on Instagram. The drinks are good but there is not a wide choice and no draught beer , so I sampled a few bottles of Estrella which was excellent , the missus had a pot of Earl grey. The food here is superb , cooked fresh to order from the best local ingredients , I had the Steak special with roast tomatoes , fried eggs , home made chips and home made chimichurri sauce which was beautiful. the best steak I have had in a long time. The missus had the Halloumi and portobello burger which she said was equally delightful. We then decided to treat ourselves to the home made waffles for dessert , which were also really good. What a lovely place this is with a great atmosphere , lovely people who look after you and superb food and drink at reasonable prices. We had a great afternoon and will definitely return.
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