Continuing this week's ultimate guide to Edge-Lit and Derby itself, today I thought it'd be a good idea to post up some various options out and about for food and drinks. QUAD's cafe-bar will be open throughout the event for hot and cold food, and of course a range of drinks, so if you'd prefer to stay in the Edge-Lit zone then you'll be more than able to grab some grub!
However there are a host of restaurant and pub options around Derby, some of which are details below...
THE MARKET PLACE itself offers the recently opened Ask Italian, offering a range of pizza, pasta and other Italian dishes. You can check out there menu and contact details at http://www.askitalian.co.uk/restaurants/derby
On the market place you'll also find a range of quicker options, including Nando's and Walkabout. If you head slightly further towards the town centre onto Cornmarket, you'll also find Little Frankies, as well as a Greggs for all the pasty fans out there!
Just off of the marketplace, turning left at the Lloyds TSB, you'll come on to Sadlergate, which offers a different range of dining options including Mexico, which (surprise surprise) serves Mexican food. You can find out more at http://www.mexicoderby.co.uk/ There are also a number of other alternatives, including The Wonky Table (http://www.wonkytable.co.uk/) and The Black Rock Grill, a very new steak restaurant (http://sadlergates.co.uk/black-rock-grill)
Probably the biggest range of restuarants in Derby is on Friargate, which you can reach by turning left at the bottom of the Sadlergate and then turning right at the zebra crossing. There you'll find tapas at La Tasca, Indian food at The Spice Lounge, Italian at Zizzi and modern French cuisine at Bistrot Pierre. Their respective websites and details are at....
Those are just some of the options for eating out in Derby - as always, if you want any more information on Derby, I'd recommend visiting the Tourist Information site at http://www.visitderby.co.uk/ or giving the Tourist Information Centre a call at 01332 255802.
And as always, if there any further questions, feel free to drop me a line on email at email@example.com!
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