6 restaurants in Ilkeston
Restaurants in Ilkeston:
Mapperley Plains, Plains Road, Mapperley, nr Ilkeston, NG3 5RT [Map]
Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel, and Country Club, Moor Road, Morley, nr Ilkeston, DE7 6DL [Map]
Morley's magnificent Breadsall Priory was once a stately residence dating back to 1260. Today it is a fascinating Marriott hotel and Country Club where historical charm meets modern style in a thoroughly convincing way. Four Hundred acres of parkland, two golf courses, a hundred and twelve rooms, pools, fitness areas, and spas complete the picture.
Set in an ancient wine cellar is one of Breadsall's restaurants called the Priory. A menu of European and international dishes opens with seared cod cheeks, and a warm salad of pancetta, black pudding, and parsnip puree, and goes on to offer duck and mango pressed terrine with plum chutney and toasted brioche. A main course of Priory's signature dish of trio of English fair mini beef Wellington, lamb cutlet, pork fillet sage mousse, fine cut vegetables, fondant potato, and red wine sauce, or roasted Pollock with a squid ink risotto and salsa Verdi both provide convincing evidence of skill in the kitchen.
Desserts are second to none and a hot peppered pineapple with pina colada sorbet and buttered strawberry could lend a glorious end to the meal.
High Lane West, West Hallam, nr Ilkeston, DE7 6HP [Map]
Some restaurants impress you with their magnificence, others with their food, but very few do so with their simplicity. An old converted pottery in West Hallam is home to an art gallery, craft and gift shops, tea rooms, and a quiet Japanese garden, all in the form of one adorable leisure destination called The Bottle Kiln.
The delightful place offers the perfect setting to catch up with friends over lunch, and enjoy delicious homemade soups, quiches, pies, and oven-baked potatoes, puddings, and cakes, or a range of award-winning ground coffees and teas.
A collection of art and craft in the gallery, and design-led cards, stationery, wraps, jewellery, and home accessories in the gift shop makes The Bottle Kiln a great place to wander and browse, or pick up something new and unusual.
According to the owners, a visit to The Bottle Kiln is often the beginning of a long and happy relationship.
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