Best places for eating out in Derbyshire

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WHEN your tastebuds are stuck in a rut there is one place to turn for inspiration.

The Good Food Guide has, since 1951, featured the best restaurants, pubs and cafes across the UK as its best-selling such guide.

Derbyshire eateries that star in the prestigous tome for 2012 are:

l Fischer’s Baslow Hall, Baslow. Cooking score: seven.

Hailed as “sensational food in a stellar retreat”. Type of food is modern European, average meal price £72.

l The Old Vicarage, Ridgeway. Cooking score: seven.

“Emblematic food, enchanting surroundings” says the guide of this modern British restaurant. Average meal price £65.

l Non Solo Vino, Chesterfield. Cooking score: three.

Italian described as “a real find in Chesterfield”. Average meal price £30.

l The George Hotel, Hathersage. Cooking score two.

Enjoy modern British food at this “rugged Peak District getaway”. Average meal price £37.

l Cavendish Hotel, Gallery Restaurant, Baslow. Cooking score: two.

A “ducal dinner destination” with modern British food. Average meal price £41.

l The Devonshire Arms, Beeley. Cooking score two.

This “well to do country inn” produces modern British dishes. Average meal price £25.

l Rowley’s, Baslow. Cooking score: one.

A “lively brasserie with comfort food”. Modern British, average meal price £27.

l The Samuel Fox Inn, Bradwell. Cooking score: one.

For this “country pub favourite” modern British is the food, £25 the average meal cost.

Also recommended was The Old Post in Chesterfield, a modern European destination.

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