Located in the heart of the Peak District, on the grounds of Eyam Hall sits Bloom bar and grill serving up modern and fresh food to the village of Eyam and tourists visiting the area. On the site of the Jacobean mansion dating back to the 1600s, Bloom boasts a cosy interior, featuring tiled floors and wooden tables - not too dissimilar from your classic British pub - that welcomes you during those colder nights, with a large seated terrace for those warmer summer evenings.
Enjoy an evening surrounded by old stone buildings in the stunning courtyard complete with a collection of shops, on the outskirts of a village bursting with historical landmarks. With a terrace decorated with twinkling lights and full of canopied tables and outdoor booths - that will be sure to protect you from the elements - you can tuck into a selection of British cuisine.
The a la carte menu is seasonal, choosing fresh and local produce in the creation of the menu. The current menu includes the likes of sea bass fillet served with pea and samphire linguine and crab fritters, as well as braised beef cottage pie with parmesan mash, red cabbage and gravy. They’re the pub classics you love with an elevated twist. A selection of local ales as well as a moderate wine list full of red, white, rose and sparkling options, means there’s sure to be something to tickle your fancy.
Be sure to look out for their themed evenings with recent events including a tapas night full of sparkling sangria and a selection of Spanish dishes for each table to share, as well as a Thai evening featuring a four-course menu of classic Thai inspired dishes such as the tofu massaman curry or a phad thai all served with jasmine rice and prawn crackers.