A new Indian restaurant is adding a touch of spice to a thriving village.
Jeera restaurant was officially opened in Crich market place by the mayor of Amber Valley Cllr Ron Ashton and manager Goyas Miah.
The former grocer’s shop has been transformed in to a contemporary venue serving traditional Bangladeshi food with seating for up to 50 diners.
The plans have been led by Kirpal Sohal who runs Costcutters nextdoor.
His wife Raj said: “It’s been fantastic since it opened. It’s been fully booked most nights.
“I think it will bring a lot more people in to Crich in the evenings and people who live here will have another option to eat out locally rather than having to drive to a nearby town.”
Amber Valley Borough Council gave the go-ahead for the restaurant in June.
The building has undergone a revamp to transform it in to a modern restaurant.