Award Winning Café

  • Spring Crunch Saiad
  • Chocolate & Beetroot Cake (gluten free)
  • Roast-on-the-Bone Local Ham with Dijon Mustard on Artisan Bread
  • Ploughman’s Platter with Ham, Pork Pie, Cheese, Pickle & Artisan Bread
  • Gallery Burger with Serrano Ham, Emmental Cheese, Tomato & Mixed Leaf
  • Orange & Almond Cake (Gluten free, Dairy free & Sugar free)
  • Cured Salmon with Cucumber & Cream Cheese
  • Soup of the Day (vegetarian)
  • Fruit & Cheese Scones

IMG_0496Visit our award winning Gallery Café upstairs where the focus is on flavoursome, healthy food in a continental style. We prepare our food on the premises containing the highest quality produce from leading local suppliers with healthy options always available. The Café serves high quality Italian coffee, a variety of teas and alcoholic drinks and offers a choice of delicious homemade cakes. Soya based drinks form part of the hot and cold drinks on offer. We offer a wide range of vegetarian and gluten free options.

The spacious café provides ample seating capacity and small to medium groups can be easily accommodated. The separate mezzanine floor is ideal for meetings, workshops or just a friendly get together. Bookings are essential.

Treat yourself to a truly unique experience where you can enjoy good food in a friendly environment steeped in history and culture.

Ideal for groups – booking is essential. Open Monday – Saturday 9:30am – 5:00pm. (Closed Sunday)

Sample Menus: (Please click on each link below to open the menu)

Spring Menu – Check regularly as our menu changes often to ensure we have only the freshest produce available.

Drinks Menu – High quality coffees, a variety of teas, soft drinks, smoothies & milk shakes. Beer, Wine & Cider.

Cakes & Desserts – We offer Gluten free, Lactose free & Sugar free options!! Check regularly as we like to offer variety all the time. Homemade.

We are now part of the “Heart of Derbyshire” initiative, pledging healthier options for our customers. Click here for further information.

Heart of Derbyshire


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