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Offline Bush Tucker Man

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« on: December 16, 2004, 23:07:38 »
Grindleford Station Cafe
Grindleford

OS 119/251 788
Just off the B6251

Another marvellously unadulterated cafe, situated in a quiet backwater. Popular with cyclists, climbers & walkers/ramblers. I've been in a mud-spattered 90, 110 & the Discovery and had a reasoned conversation about access in there.


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Richard A Thackeray 
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Offline lowey

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« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2005, 09:41:01 »
Museum Cafe
Matlock Bath

 :D Good home cooking
Varied menu, reasonable prices.
The beef stew in a giant Yorkshire Pud can be highly recommended.

Muddy boot hiker/4x4er & motorcyclist friendly by the way.
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Offline Homer

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Twin Beaks - Chapel-en-le-frith
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2005, 22:26:09 »
Twin Beaks Resturant in Chapel-en-le-frith Derbyshire.

Great food and a friendly welcome.

OS - SK 056 806 (approx)

Offline Muddyblue

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« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2005, 18:39:05 »
The DERWENT INN , Pub on the A6 Whatstandwell , between Ambergate and Cromford . Good old pub grub ! Steak pie chips n peas , mm...mmmmm
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Offline Muddyblue

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« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2005, 18:48:36 »
:D  Cromford on the A6 ...Robinsons Traditional Fish and Chips ( the little shop on the square/car park , NOT the big place ...ha ha PLAICE , get it ? next to the crossing uugghhh ! ) usually a long queue because they are the best in the WORLD...IMHO ! , and there's a pub or three nearby , a pint and a bag o chips , what better ?...ok two pints............or two bags of chips .  :P
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Offline Bush Tucker Man

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Vals
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2006, 12:11:30 »
Vals
Mobile cafe/take-away van

A628 Woodhead Pass

Long established proprietor of 'butties' & 'fry-ups'
Situated in a large layby on the northern side of the road

Constantly busy with strings of trucks,vans.cars, bikers in the layby.
Bacon butties are highly recommended

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Jaguar XKR; X88 JLT, also 'gone, but not forgotten'

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Offline SSteve

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« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2007, 17:03:03 »
The Boat House
110, Dale Rd, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3PP
Tel: 01629 581519

Full Rack of Baby Ribs (Nothing small about them) for about £9

Friendly Pub with Hot food, Pool Room & B&B.
B&B rates are around £55 per Room Per night!
(Expensive but the Full English Brekkie is worth it and the rooms are good too  :wink: )

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Very 4x4 Friendly as I took 6 Muddy Fronteras there Last Month after a Visit to Bonsall Quarry

^^ The Morning After !! only 3 Fronteras and a Landcruiser (Suspicously clean.. maybe we should've gotten the Suit who owned it to tag along with the 12 Fronteras that attended)

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Offline hobbit

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« Reply #7 on: February 26, 2007, 15:41:20 »
Ohh look  :shock:  all the same colour too, what a coincidence :lol:
Kev

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Offline SSteve

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« Reply #8 on: February 26, 2007, 23:13:57 »
Quote from: "hobbit"
Ohh look  :shock:  all the same colour too, what a coincidence :lol:


Original Colours are , 2.5TDs Black, 2.4i Green and the 2.2 is Red !!
Seemed to make more people look and take double takes at the same colour .. we had a good laugh at them all !!  :lol:  :lol:

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