The Lamb Inn is a country peak district pub in Chinley that serves home cooked locally sourced food, and has a fully stocked bar with a range of different ales and wines. The Lamb Inn is also the oldest pub in Chinley, and is perfectly located for those who wish to explore the center of the Peak District.
The Lamb Inn offers a range of different starters which include homemade soup of the day with home baked bread which costs just over four pounds, as well as chicken liver, with pate served on toast which costs five pounds. A number of different steaks are also available throughout the day from the grill, and include a 10oz lamb rump steak served with chips, a 10oz sirloin and a 12oz rib eye steak.
Main courses on offer consist of various British classics such as Shepherd’s pie with moorland lamb (£8.95), homemade steak and kidney pie served with new potatoes or chips (£9.50) as well as traditional home beer battered code fillet with chips and mushy peas (10.95). Extra side orders consisting of vegetables, potatoes, chips or bread are available for £2.50, as well as dressed salad that costs £3.00.
Vegetarian options include Thai vegetable curry with Basmati rice (£10.95), as well as traditional Moroccan Tagine (£11.95). The Lamb Inn also offers a number of children’s meals for children under 12, which include dishes such as fish and chips, and shepherd’s pie. The children’s menu costs around £6.00.