Known as one of the best in the area, Masa is a staple of Derby’s food scene and has been attracting diners from all over the East Midlands for many years.
Housed in a stunning 200-year-old chapel, Masa serves up a fantastic array of a la carte dishes such as slow-braised cheek of Derbyshire beef and twice-cooked Colston Bassett soufflé, all using ingredients sourced as locally as possible by head chef Matt Gabbitas and his talented team.
The set menu is served Wednesday to Saturday and offers superb value for money. The quality is excellent, with diners able to choose two courses for £19.95 or three for £24.95. Every dish presented is a work of art and taste certainly isn’t compromised. Who said fine dining has to be out of your price range?
Every month the chefs put on a ‘Taste of Masa’ event, cooking seven delicious courses for £35, all with themes: past examples include Alice in Wonderland, Disney Dream Dishes, Harry Potter’s Wizarding Wonders and more. It’s the perfect opportunity to give your taste buds an experience they won’t forget. These events have proven incredibly popular and are prone to selling out, so if you want a space, book early.
By Monet Brooks, Derbyshire editor