Beautiful and tasteful food served in a cozy and vintage decorated place. We found the place by chance and we immediately fell in love with it. Hand-made cakes were delicious. The service was quick and very friendly.
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Under new management & tastefully refurbished in keeping with the age of the building. The staff are welcoming & relaxed catering for pets and a boisterous 3 year old at the 'coloring table' The food is homemade, well presented & delicious...I can recommend their signature...More
The tea room is served by a very happy team who make you feel most welcome. The cakes are obviously home made with care and are delicious. The coffee (double macchiato) was just right and the herbal tea excellent. Sat on the sofa and whiled...More
Hidden down an obscure alley, is this quaint little cafe. Great, flavorful filter coffee in a low-beam, cozy room. Very warm welcome, too! Can easily spend hours here!
My wife and I had lunch here today, and were delighted with it. We sat at a table in a lovely, quiet yard. The menu is straightforward but very nice. We had cappuccino and sandwiches. The cappuccino was piping hot and the sandwiches were both...More
Hidden gem down a lane ,lots of olde features, very friendly helpful staff, the food was well made, very tasty and filling, not many seats so could fill up very easy we went in the colder months and the fire was blazing which was lovely...More
A lovely tearoom that serves light snacks and cakes etc. Free from modern music but plays classical music quietly in the background. Has a little sun trap of a back yard if you feel like sitting in the sun.
Need a break from the hustle and bustle of Kendal - this is the place. We sat outside in the lovely old plumbers courtyard. Food was excellent and cheap - even the treat for pooch was munched very quickly (forgot to ask the make!!) Soup...More
I visit regularly to meet friends because it is quiet and we can hear ourselves talk. There is an open fire in the winter making the cafe warm and cosy.
Excellent coffee. Piping hot and just how I like it. You have to look out for Emmas as it's well hidden. A gem of a place.