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Restaurants in Glossop

 Glossop has restaurants, cafes, bars and shops for all

Glossop is located on the edge of Derbyshire's Peak District and acts as a gateway for this tourist-friendly part of the world. The town itself is known for its beautiful centre, traditional stone cottages and bustling market, which dates back to 1290. Manor Park is a great place to visit with the family, and Norfolk Square is the right spot to see fine Victorian civic architecture and get a sense of the town's historic mill industry. There is also excellent shopping to enjoy along the High Street, with plenty of independent boutiques and artisan food producers alongside bustling cafes, wine bars and restaurants in Glossop.

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Purple Pakora - Marple Bridge

Marple Bridge
Indian££££
4.4/6117

Norfolk Arms

Marple Bridge
European££££
5.0/645

Marple Spice

Marple
Indian££££
5.6/620
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The Balti Palace

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62

Ruchi

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61

The Buxton

Hyde
Bar££££

The New Lamp

Hadfield
Bar££££

Pagliacci Restaurant

Stockport
Italian££££
4.8/653

Marple Spice

Marple
Indian££££
5.5/617

Bangla City at Viceroy Indian - Hyde

Hyde
Indian££££
4.4/618

Ayubowan

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/613

El Cuba Libre

Hyde
Caribbean££££
6.0/62

KeBBQ

Hyde
Steakhouse££££
6.0/61

Spice Inn Restaurant

Deansgate
Indian££££
5.5/64

Pagliacci

City Centre
Italian££££
5.0/66

Umeeds

Tameside
Indian££££

The Beehive - Glossop

Town Centre
Bar££££

Casa D'Italia

Town Centre
Italian££££

The Bulls Head - Glossop

Town Centre
European££££

Maha

Tameside
Indian££££
  1. 1.

    Discover tastes of the world at the restaurants in Glossop

    The town may look like the traditional heart of Derbyshire, but the restaurants in Glossop span tastes from across the world. Feast on South Indian bhajis, chicken dhansak and decadent Peshawar naan. Or, treat yourself to a Chinese meal if you’ve got a hankering for some prawn dim-sum and stir-fried chilli pork. Looking for the perfect venue for an intimate dinner? Try a family-run Italian restaurant or a stylish French bistro. Families and walkers, on the other hand, may choose to seek out hearty portions and classic British dishes at a gastropub. Nothing beats traditional fish and chips and a hot pudding after an afternoon of walking up Mam Tor or cycling around Ladybower Reservoir.
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    Enjoy the best local ingredients at the restaurants in Glossop

    Derbyshire is rich in agriculture and the restaurants in Glossop tend to use local, seasonal and organic ingredients that are sourced from local suppliers. Look out for local lamb and chicken, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and local hen, duck or quail eggs. Some of these may even come from nearby Chatsworth House, which has huge estates and an active farming business. The restaurateurs here cater to a discerning population of local and visiting foodies and are passionate about the dishes they serve up and the provenance of the ingredients that they cook with.
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    Book ahead for a special occasion at Glossop's best restaurants

    Restaurants in Glossop make the perfect location for special occasions, such as birthdays, engagement parties or anniversary meals, making it a meal to remember. Why not make your next special affair at The Balti Palace, or perhaps Pagliacci for Italian, or for a British feast, how about The Buxton? Whichever restaurant you choose, just be sure to book ahead with Quandoo, and bring your appetite!