CLOSED: Dinner for two at Terroir Bistro

Derby’s Terroir Bistro is the culmination of more than a decade of work involving growing and rearing local food – and you can win dinner for two worth £76.

Owner Tim Sidaway, who used to write the Taste the Seasons farming column from Garden Farm, Riber, describes the restaurant as “an antidote to soulless restaurant chains and factory-farmed livestock”.

Terroir Bistro, in Friar Gate, serves British and European influenced dishes created from fresh local ingredients, which are all sourced from his own smallholding or from other Derbyshire smallholders, farmers and producers.

There is a wine wall from which diners can select their own bottle – often from small, independent producers – plus a great selection of Derbyshire beers and ciders. The atmosphere in the bistro is cosy and a little quirky, so expect to make new friends while dining. It can also cater for private parties and wedding receptions, with unique menus created to your requirements.

The competition prize is a three-course meal for two, including wine, worth up to £76. To enter, just answer this simple question: who is the owner of Terroir Bistro?


The closing date is November 6. Usual competition rules apply.

Please press the Submit button only once – and note that our competitions are for readers of Taste the Seasons only. Entries submitted via competition websites and forums will NOT be accepted.

Click here to enter our other competitions.

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