Chatsworth Kitchen opened its doors for the first time in the summer of 2022 and is set within the Chatsworth Estate. Most of the produce is sourced direct from the estate farms or local suppliers, with an emphasis on both quality and sustainability.
Inside, the restaurant is spacious, bright and contemporary with a modern rustic twist – think marble, wood and leather. There’s an open kitchen where diners can watch chefs at work creating their colourful dishes. Staff are welcoming and the atmosphere is calming.
The menu is fresh and tantalising, perfect for the setting and includes unique salads, deli plates and estate carved ham.
We called in for brunch after a long walk and can highly recommend the flatbreads and side salads – the Chatsworth Gin-cured Salmon was simply divine. There’s a varied drinks menu with wines hand-selected by the Estate with help from the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.
And if you fancy a spot of retail therapy after your food, Chatsworth products are available to purchase.
Recommended by Steph Walsh, Derbyshire correspondent
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