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Blacksmith’s Loft

An embarrassingly long time ago I worked in an office on Iron Gate, Derby. Myself and my colleagues never appreciated the grandeur of this elegant street; with its subtle curve that leads the eye from the Market Place towards the Cathedral and the pleasing proportions of the Georgian facades. We simply hated the fact that […]

Dine Out at Kathmandu Gurkha

The recent monsoon weather left me wondering ‘Where the monsoon is a fact of life; does it have an influence on what you eat?’ An expedition was called for; actually a short drive for Susan and myself to Ripley and an evening at the Kathmandu Gurkha Restaurant on Church Street. The exterior of the restaurant is […]

Dining at Santo’s Higham Farm

Dining out with your partner, family or friends should be a memorable experience for all the right reasons; beautifully cooked food, pleasant surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere. What a delight when all these things come together as they did recently for my wife Susan and I on a chilly Autumn evening at Santo’s Higham Farm, […]

Dining at The Marquis

One of the most dominant feelings I left The Marquis of Ormonde with was the relaxed, cheerful atmosphere of the place. Keli the owner has a welcoming and happy disposition that immediately makes you feel at home and easy listening music covers any hush as the restaurant fills. Whether you’re popping in for lunch, calling […]

The Dog Inn Pentrich

You don’t really expect a packed pub in a small village on a cold damp, weekday evening these days more’s the pity but that is what we found at The Dog Inn in Pentrich last Tuesday and were surprised… for a short while that is. The reasons for this quickly became patently clear to me; […]