Expect gastronomic fireworks at this stone house restaurant with rooms from Head Chef Rupert Rowley and his highly-skilled team who are serious in both intent and execution. Now coming up to its 20th year, Fischer's Baslow Hall, located on the edge of the Chatsworth Estate, with its swagged curtains, antiques and fine glassware and the very finest award-winning cuisine.
Where is Fischer's Baslow Hall located?
Located in the Fischer's Baslow Hall in the heart of the Peak District National Park on the outskirts of picturesque Baslow, a beautiful, busy little village. The brooding moors and the uplands of the Dark Peak give way to the smooth and rolling hills of the White Peak, embodied perfectly at Fischer’s itself, nestleds under the dark gritstone of the iconic Baslow Edge looking out across the green fields and dry stone walls of Derbyshire.
What cuisine is on offer at Fischer's Baslow Hall?
A meal at Fischer’s is the ultimate fine dining experience. Offering local and regional ingredients served with panache. Derbyshire beef comes with wild mushroom ravioli, rabbit loin is partnered with a langoustine reduction and brill with clam risotto and parsnip puree. On the Taste of Britain menu, sample some of the freshest seasonal ingredients the British Isles has to offer combined with Head Chef Rupert Rowley's renowned classical approach using modern techniques and European influences. Yorkshire Game, Scottish Hand Dived Scallops, Cornish Crab, Coastal Samphire, Thornbridge St. Petersburg Stout flavours one of the breads, Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb and Derbyshire Beef are to name a few.
What makes a meal at Fischer's Baslow Hall unique?
The ultimate dining experience is given by Fischer's Kitchen Sampling Bench. In the centre of the kitchen, you have front row seats that give a fantastic view of the talented kitchen staff, as they create their award-winning food in the busy professional atmosphere. Dine from a special seasonal taste menu prepared in front of your eyes.