About The Three Horseshoes
About the restaurant
Located within the stunning Derbyshire countryside between Derby and Ashbourne, The Three Horseshoes is a modern reinvention of a traditional English gastropub, still retaining lots of old-fashioned charm but with some stylish new touches. The cosy bar and restaurant provides the ideal setting for a few pints or a hearty British meal, while the outdoors area is the ideal place to soak up some rays in the summertime and take in the surrounding scenery. You’ll find The Three Horseshoes on Long Lane in Dalbury Lees – book in advance to avoid disappointment!
Situated within a historic 18th century building which has been lovingly restored to its original state, The Three Horseshoes is a fixture in Dalbury Lees, located on Long Lane and decorated with vintage-style furniture alongside exposed brick walls and wooden beamings. The beautiful setting isn’t the only drawing point of Derby’s The Three Horseshoes though, headed by talented young chef Gareth Ward, the menu boasts refined British classics as well as some dishes with international influences, all crafted using the best of British produce.
Whet your appetite with some potted prawns and crab served with lemon and lime butter, toasted ciabatta and fennel & orange salad or seared chicken livers with wholegrain mustard cream sauce and a rich puff pastry. Then sink your teeth into some succulent roast rump of Derbyshire lamb, grilled Cornish seabream, seared pork chop or mussels mariniere. Veggies won’t feel left out either with options like the tomato risotto and galette of gorgonzola served with red onion, puy lentils and artichoke salad. With a hefty selection of cask ales, craft beers and lagers as well as a lengthy list of wines handpicked from around the globe, The Three Horseshoes is just as appealing for drinks as it is for dinner, making it a favourite among locals as well as attracting guests from all over the Derby area to its location on Long Lane in Dalbury Lees. To guarantee a table, making a reservation beforehand is recommended.