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Paula and Didar Dalkic’s gutsy conversion of a Wesleyan Chapel into a glamorous fine dining restaurant and wine bar needs to seen to be believed. The uplifting sense of bright space and calm remains, while much of the impressive original features have been gently restored. True vantage points, restaurant tables are boxed pews overlooking the bar. Great care has also gone into the menu, the evening a la carte typically serving beautiful plates of Derbyshire pork and caramelised apples, and roast salmon on a blanquette of coco beans, with a thyme veloute.
Address: The Old Wesleyan Chapel, Brookstreet
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: British

Thai Boran Restaurant
Thai Boran on Derby's Green Lane is a family-friendly restaurant specializing in fine Thai cuisine. Not only serving your tried and true favourites, Thai Boran offers unusual specials such as the Flaming Weeping Tiger, a marinated sirloin steak char-grilled with oyster sauce and Thai whiskey. Not sure what to order? The amicable staff are always on hand to offer opinions and suggestions.

To book the Taste of Summer promotion for this restaurant, please call the restaurant directly.
Address: 56 Green Lane
Price range: £24 and under
Cuisines: Thai

Thyme Restaurant and Bar
Located inside the chic International Hotel in Derby, Thyme Restaurant is a light and airy venue serving cosmopolitan cuisine. The citrus colour scheme, complimented by cosy chocolate leather chairs, makes the dining room a refreshing and elegant experience; and the restaurant has a chic-yet-chilled ambience. Popular dishes include the grilled king prawns with garlic, ginger and sweet chilli on a bed of stir-fried noodles; the herb-crusted rack of lamb served with fondant potatoes and a redcurrant and rosemary jus; and the fillet of pork served with apple and Dijon crushed potatoes with a mushroom and Stilton sauce.
Address: 288 Burton Road
Price range: £24 and Under
Cuisines: Other

Soul Restaurant
Soul Restaurant is one of Derby's hidden gems, buzzing with local foodies and ladies-who-latte. The warm, intimate atmosphere and bistro-style dining room – complete with wooden floors, leather chairs and coffee-coloured walls decorated with paintings by local Banks Mills artists – is ideal for long lunches and chic evening meals. With most of the menu sourced locally, the monthly-changing menu reflects the very best of the East Midlands. We love the signature Soul Burger with tomato and herb chutney on a toasted home-made foccacia; the tiger prawn linguine with basil, mint and parsley cream with lemon; and the asparagus and broad bean risotto with basil pesto. Souldeli's wine list is comprehensive and reasonably priced – with up to fourteen bottles under £20.
Address: Soul Restaurant, 26 - 28 Green Lane
Price range: £25 - £34

Steaks n Stuff
This elegant and versatile restaurant, tucked away inside The Legacy Aston Court Hotel on Midland Road, is a stylish addition to the Derby dining scene. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and evening meals, Steak 'n' Stuff has been recently refurbished and boasts a stylish dining room – complete with mocha walls, wooden floors, chandeliers and chocolate brown leather chairs – perfect for discreet business meetings and chic catch-ups with friends and family. We love the Danish breakfast pastries; salmon and lemon sandwiches; fish and chips with mushy peas and Steak 'n' Stuff's signature sirloin steak with chips and a red wine peppercorn sauce. Steak 'n' Stuff also has a special menu for children, and a comprehensive wine list.
Address: Midland Road
Price range: £24 and Under

The regeneration of Derby continues with the burgeoning restaurant scene becoming ever more exciting. Top of our list is Anoki, an indulgent Indian restaurant which brings Asian dining in the city in to the 21st century. The arched dining room with its decadently moulded ceiling is somewhere between glamorous railway arch and (slightly) pared down Eastern palace. Chandeliers hang from the ceilings, plushly upholstered high backed seats line immaculate tables and provocative artworks hang on every wall. The kitchen team bravely put together new flavour combinations, which sit comfortably alongside traditional curry house dishes and authentic tastes of the subcontinent too.
Address: 129 London Road
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Indian

Masala Art
Tucked away on Midland Road in Derby, Masala Art is a sophisticated and stylish restaurant serving luscious Indian fare. With vanilla suede banquettes, golden statues of Buddha and exotic fresh flowers, the dining room at Masala Art is a chic spot for entertaining clients, first dates and celebrations. The award-winning chef/owner, Barry Dhaliwal, has over 25 years experience cooking Indian cuisine, and he has crafted an impressive menu. Favourite dishes at Masala Art include the Ajwaini Machli – monkfish gently simmered with ginger, turmeric and roasted caraway seeds; the Zaika Gosht – lamb braised for four hours with spices, tomatoes, ginger and garam masala; and the Imly Ka Jongha – a Goan king prawn dish cooked with coconut milk and tamarind.
Address: 6 Midland Road
Cuisines: Indian