Discover fresh, locally-sourced dishes in our restaurants
Whether you’re planning a celebratory dinner or just after a spot of lunch, there’s plenty of choice in Chesterfield when it comes to eating out. Chesterfield is home to a number of independently owned restaurants which are proud to serve fresh, locally sourced food.
There’s also a variety of cusines for you to try – from traditional Sunday roasts, to authentic Japanese food, from Greek to Turkish or International Restaurant of the Year 2016 winning Indian restaurant, Delhi 41.
Chatsworth Road offers a fantastic selection of eateries, alongside a range of independent retailers.
For a unique dining experience, why not try Buckinghams, known as ‘the restaurant with one table,’ where chefs will create one-off meals to suit your individual tastes.
Chesterfield Restaurant Highlights
Spanish flair with a local twist
Cocina at Casa Hotel is an award winning 2 AA Rosette restaurant, which prides itself on excellent quality food and service. Produce is organically reared and sourced locally from Walton Lodge Farm, just 4 miles away. Alternatively, try out Barca bar for lunch or a relaxed dinner and fantastic cocktails. Casa Hotel is Chesterfield’s only independently owned 4 star hotel. In January 2015, Casa was named the UK’s fifth best hotel by the world’s largest travel site, TripAdvisor.
A taste of Italy
Award-winning Calabria Cucina is located on Glumangate in the heart of Chesterfield. This all-day cafe, bar and restaurant offers fantastic wines, cold beers and a tasty range of food from light snacks to evening meals. During the summer they have a number of special food and drink events. Calabria Cucina is the first establishment in Derbyshire to have been awarded the Marchio Ospitalitá Italiana Seal of Quality, which recognises the restaurant’s commitment to a truly authentic taste of Italy and accurate representation of the country’s distinctive gastronomic culture.
More than a dining experience
Located on the historic Brampton Mile, Chatsworth road – the gateway to the peaks, Nonnas Chesterfield, founded in 2009, is the perfect location to immerse yourself in modern Italian lifestyle. Nonnas offers an array of award-winning wines, brunch, grazing lunches, inventive a la carte and party banquets. Pop in for a quick caffe in the newly refurbished coffee area or enjoy a leisurely aperitivo in the Terrazza bar. Bespoke catering is also available for all occasions and Nonnas also boasts a new cookery school. Nonnas Chesterfield is so much more than just a restaurant.
A touch of class
Found within the beautiful Georgian grade II listed Manor House that is Ringwood Hall Hotel, The Coach House offers a superb dining experience. Aptly named, the restaurant was originally the stables, and today the original stone pillars create a special and intimate atmosphere in which to enjoy dinner or one of the hotel’s quality events. Food is beautifully fresh as a wide variety of fruit and vegetables are grown in the hotel’s very own Victorian Kitchen Gardens.
The Red Lion Bar & Bistro at Peak Edge Hotel
All the food is sourced locally but Jo & Damian go one step further and produce some of their own vegetables and herbs at The Red Lion Bar and Bistro. Nestled on the edge of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park, this family owned restaurant won Best Out of Town in the 2013 Chesterfield Food and Drink Awards and has recently been awarded 1 rosette from the AA.
Thou shall have a fishy
Award-winning restaurant The Tickled Trout is owned by Chef Chris Mapp and nestled in the idyllic Derbyshire village of Barlow. Fish is popular on the menu and the ‘Day boat fish’ is delivered from Chris’s friend Johnny Godden in Cornwall, so the fish changes to whatever is the ‘catch of the day’, which is served with, mussels, mussel broth, macaroni, garlic, lemon and watercress purée. An evolving specials board also compliments the main menu with dishes including Whitebait, Calamari, Seambream and a delicious Tarte Tatin served with clotted cream and vanilla ice-cream.