We called at the Royal Oak for lunch whilst on a day out in the Peak District. Cosy atmosphere with open fires and plenty of tables. The menu is varied with something to suit every taste. The landlady was very friendly and helpfully assisted with our choices. My partner decided on the steak pie and I went for the brunch. To be honest, for the prices we weren't expecting much but were very pleasantly surprised when the food arrived. Very nicely presented and generous helpings. The pie came with chips (homemade, not frozen and very tasty) and three veg which was fresh and nicely cooked. My brunch consisted of sausages, bacon, mushrooms, tomato, egg, beans and chips... all for £3.20 - an absolute bargain!! We were tempted by the dessert menu and chose the raspberry ice-cream cake which was also delicious. Including drinks, the bill came to less than £15.00!! We do eat out quite often but this is the first time I have ever written a review (as I'm not easily impressed!!) and I feel the Royal Oak definitely deserves a mention. If you are visiting the Peak District and are looking for good quality, home cooked food at sensible prices, this is the place to go. We are planning to go back soon to try the Sunday lunch!