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Derbyshire Food & Drink Awards 2010

PUBLISHED: 11:35 13 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:40 20 February 2013

Derbyshire Food & Drink Awards 2010

Derbyshire Food & Drink Awards 2010

Pictures from the Derbyshire Food & Drink Awards 2010 held at Thornbridge Hall, Ashford.

Thornbridge Hall at Ashford in the Water hosted this years Derbyshire Food and Drink Awards, organised by the County Council. In their eighth year, there are seven categories judged on various criteria, including quality of food and drink, use of county produce and customer service. Celebrity chef Brian Turner was the guest of honour and presented the awards with the Chairman of Derbyshire County Council Cllr Robin Baldry.


Award winners 2010:
Best restaurant: The Peacock, Rowsley (winner); East Lodge,"Rowsley (hc)
Gastro Pub: The Devonshire Arms, Beeley (winner); Chequers Inn, Froggatt (hc)
Traditional Pub: The Royal Oak,"Hurdlow (winner); The Elm Tree, Elmton (hc)
International restaurant: Nonnas,"Chesterfield and Le Mistral, Bakewell (joint winners); Va Bene, Glossop (hc)
Tea room/Coffee house: Woodlands Tea Rooms,"Charlesworth (winner); Cavendish Rooms,"Chatsworth (hc)
Caf: Peli Deli,"Wirksworth (winner); Hassop Station"Caf (hc)
Local food hero: John Jaquest, Jaquest Food Specialists, Bolsover (winner); Todd Carroll, Nats Kitchen,"Buxton (hc).


hc = highly commended

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