Caudwells Country Parlour is a vegetarian cafe which is part of the Caudwell Mill complex, which includes various craft units, a gallery and a mill, where they grind their own flour. As you enter Country Parlour you are greeted by rustic seating, which are probably church pews and a plethora of homemade cakes, which to most people will be impossible to resist. Having eaten the chocolate cake on numerous occasions I can heartily recommend it!
All food at Country Parlour is fresh every day, like the fruit and vegetables, or cooked in the kitchen at the back. The smell of freshly baking soda rolls regularly pervades through the cafe. The menu is not static and is written on a chalk board above the counter. There are daily specials like homity pie, as well as staples like jacket potatoes, and warm and cold salads. Portions are very generous, so will not leave hungry! The food at Country Parlour is fantastic, tasting like only freshly made food can! The food is amply supplemented with fair trade hot drinks and smoothies.
The staff are warm and friendly and you can eat your lunch looking over the fields of the Peak District. Country Parlour is a popular place, especially at lunch time with tourists and cyclists alike, so its probably best to avoid visiting at midday in the height of summer.
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