Derby is the most central city in the UK and a popular spot for weekend breaks. Located alongside the River Derwent, it has the Peak District on its doorstep and a great array of things to see and do. Choose from the gothic cathedral, the Silk Museum and the city art gallery, or shop in one of the independent boutiques. There are plenty of excellent eateries too, including some fine British restaurants in Derby, all boasting great value for money and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Whether you fancy traditional fish 'n chips, a steak & kidney pie with triple-fried chips or even a round of avant-garde British tapas dishes, you'll find mouth-watering menus at the British restaurants in Derby. Rowleys in the centre offers fine dining in the Cathedral Quarter and The Black Cow is the perfect choice for classic British cuisine, local ales and micro-brewery beers. The Wardwick Tavern also serves up fine food from breakfast onwards, with cream teas in the afternoon and a great selection of drinks. Just remember to book your table in advance to guarantee your meal and to enjoy a hassle-free dining experience.