The Peak District is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. Not only does it boast scenic delights, gorgeous gardens and vibrant market towns, it also provides the host of traditional pubs, bistros and bars with one of the best stocked larders in the country.
Gastronomes won’t know where to begin when dining in the Peak District. With plentiful pastures and an abundance of local vegetable growers, restaurants in the Peak District have their pick of the very best produce to create fresh and exciting dishes. In addition to the great local produce many of the market towns that are nestled within the National Park have their own speciality dishes so don’t forget to keep an eye out for Ashbourne gingerbread, Derbyshire oatcakes, Hartington Stilton, Derby Sage cheese and Melandra loaf making an appearance on the menus of the respective towns.
On this page you will find a collection of restaurants in the Peak District that range from traditional country pubs to AA Rosette awarded restaurants, stylish bistros and rustic retreats. Wherever you’re visiting Go dine, your local restaurant booking guide, will help you find, book and save on dining out in the Peaks. From here you’ll find our collection of restaurants in the Peak District complete with photos, menus and real diner reviews. Once you’ve found a venue that suits your needs you can book online for free, we’ll even send you text message or email confirmation, or you can call the restaurant direct on the number on their page.
There’s never been a better time to explore what the Peak District has to offer so while you’re on your adventures across the countryside why not take a culinary tour of the district too? For a little more guidance why not browse our restaurants in Ashbourne, restaurants in Chesterfield and restaurants in Buxton.
Did you know? The Peak District was the first national park in the United Kingdown, designation in 1951.