The Staffordshire Peak District is famous for breath-taking scenery and attractions but there are plenty of places for a tasty treat too!

Here are five great restaurants and cafes to try after you've worked up an appetite on a thrilling Alton Towers rollercoaster or a challenging cycle ride up Gun Hill.

The Three Horseshoes Country Inn

For a hearty meal on the edge of The Roaches, try our Casual Dining Restaurant of the Year, The Three Horseshoes Country Inn.

This award-winning eaterie, which also holds two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, offers great food, a relaxed atmosphere, rustic features like oak beams, and stunning views of rocky Peak District outcrops.

The restaurant has recently undergone a major refurbishment, but while the decor may have changed, you can still guarantee a great selection of modern dishes and traditional favourites made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients.

And their themed menus, like the Steak Night on Thursdays and the Senior Citizens Lunch Menu, also offer great value for money.

Greenway Hall Restaurant

Whether you are a member of Greenway Hall Golf Club or not, you can savour a steak or relish a roast at the Greenway Hall Restaurant.

Soak in the wonderful vistas across the golf course as you devour classic British dishes with a contemporary twist, whether that's for breakfast, lunch or dinner seven days a week.

Renowned for great customer service and value, the Greenway Hall Restaurant offers the finest quality, whether you desire a homemade gourmet burger, a locally sourced fillet steak, or one of the chef's mouth-watering signature dishes.

Everything on the menu is freshly prepared on site using the best ingredients, with a commitment to using local suppliers as much as possible.

The Stafford Arms

A 16th Century inn, nestled in the heart of the picturesque village of Bagnall, The Stafford Arms is the perfect end to a relaxing countryside stroll. 

Whether you dine beside the roaring log fires of the Stables Dining Rooms, or in the airy, spacious extension, you're sure to enjoy the good home-cooked food, using locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible, washed down with a fine wine or carefully chosen cask ale.

There's also an extensive vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menu for those with special dietary requirements, while the membership scheme offers 10% discounts to loyal diners.

Discounts are also available on online reservations until November 30th 2018. Quote ENJOY while making your booking to claim.

The Golden Keg

If you're looking for an Indian feast there are few restaurants to compete with The Golden Keg on the border of the Staffordshire Peak District and Stoke-on-Trent.

Alongside the traditional Indian favourites there's the speciality tawa tak-a-tak, or street food curry, plus Golden Keg fusions like Indian fish n chips and the Bombay Badboy Ribeye Steak!

There's also plenty of choice if you're yearning for something closer to home, with the all-you-can-eat carvery to dive into every Sunday.

With a wide range of tantalising treats to choose from, backed up with great service and special offers, The Golden Keg is one of the Staffordshire Peak District's most memorable dining experiences.

The Cottage Kitchen Country Cafe

Just a short drive away from some of Staffordshire's most popular attractions, Alton Towers Resort, Churnet Valley Railway and Peak Wildlife Park, you'll find The Cottage Kitchen Country Cafe.

With a menu celebrating all the area has to offer, including cheese from the Staffordshire Cheese Company and ales from Staffordshire Brewery, this charming countryside cafe is a great place to unwind after a thrilling adventure.

Enjoy local delicacies like the mighty Staffordshire oatcake followed by a Rudyard Ruby Premium Ale, before exploring the farm shop showcasing some of the 700 flavoursome Cottage Delight products, including the traditional fudge range and enticing handmade jams and sauces.

It's the perfect chance to take a taste of Staffordshire home with you!

Looking for more great places to eat in Staffordshire?

For more information on these and other great places to eat in Staffordshire, visit our Food & Drink section, which is packed with the county's best restaurants, tea rooms, pubs and more!


The Stafford Arms
Public House
Seating area outside The Stafford Arms

The Stafford Arms is an independently-owned pub with its history dating back to the 16th Century, and has been in the hands of its current owners for the past 20 years.

Restaurant at the Three Horseshoes
Restaurant at the Three Horseshoes

If you're in the mood for celebrating then it has to be the Shoes! Join one of our Saturday party nights held through the year

Greenway Hall Restaurant
Greenway Hall Restaurant

Contemporary, stylish bar and restaurant in beautiful surroundings with great views, value for money, excellent standards and service.

The Golden Keg
Restaurant - Indian
The Golden Keg

We've created a menu filled with food that we love. and your hardest decision will be what to have. We serve a wide range of English and Indian food and a selection of crafted beers to cater for all tastes.

The Cottage Kitchen Country Cafe
Tea/Coffee Shop

We believe in celebrating all the Staffordshire Moorlands have to offer. We have developed our menus to include our extensive Cottage Delight range.