The Cathedral Quarter in Derby has always been a magnificent tourist spot, with great shops, spectacular attractions and lovely historical landmarks. But a visit to one of Derbyshire’s most historic towns wouldn’t be complete without a scrumptious meal to end the day! That’s why Go dine are honouring The European Restaurant with the #RestaurantOfTheWeek award, and we’re sure that its many of its locals and visitors would agree!
What makes The European so remarkable is that it is located in one of Derby’s oldest and charming buildings, so guests really get a sense of history while they dine. The venue is ideal for sightseeing, with lively surroundings and large windows that overlook the Cathedral itself! The interior is elegant and stylish, with natural décor in a cosily lit space, and offers a separate bistro-style dining area, which sports quirky multi-coloured furnishings for diners who want a more relaxed environment.
Continuing with its Continental vibe, the menu prides itself on its diverse range of European meals from Italian lasagne al forno with mozzarella to classic British breast of duck with wild berry sauce! Every dish uses only the best seasonal produce served by classically trained Chef Gian Carlo Slaviero, who also offers some delicious vegetarian options. The team are so dedicated to delivering an unforgettable dining experience that the restaurant was crowned the European Restaurant of the Year by Derby Food & Drinks Awards 2011!
So, if you live in Derby, or are planning a visit soon, then why not book a table at The European and make it a meal to remember? Just follow The European Restaurant in Derby and reserve you table for free!