Have visited many times and can’t fault the food or service. Not tried their cafe at Kendal yet but if it’s anything like Plumgarth it’ll be great. Well done Sisters!
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Cheery, simple and good. The soup is a real draw. Creamy butternut squash with a hint of chilli. What could possibly be better on a cold winter day. Popular and busy all day all year. Very handy for the farm shop.
Me and my partner called in last week for breakfast after staying at Carus Green Golf Club and it was absolutely delicious! Well worth the visit after reading through the reviews on TripAdvisor! Staff were friendly and there was plenty choice on the menu to...More
I visited the cafe with my partner. We ordered from the festive lunch menu and both meals (open sandwich and panini) were delicious. The potato salad on the side was warmly welcomed. The coffee was very good, as was the cake. The service was good...More
Stopped here for a sandwich and tea just before Christmas. The paninis were excellent; reasonably priced and well made. There was the option to forgo the irritating piles of salad that are so often placed on food like this and are rarely wanted. Service was...More
Visited one cold wet Sunday for family catch up and breakfast The log fire was so warming like wise the staff excellent full English breakfast not for the faint hearted bacon sandwiches for the ladies tea hot chocolate all very good and so welcome thank...More
Visited here because of the reviews on TripAdvisor. The service was really good. We had to sit outside because there were no seats inside but when a seat became available we was seated inside straight away. The latte I had was one of the best...More
This is a decent cafe with average priced food and drinks. The food is good, but not exceptional. I am at a loss as to why this place is rated the best in Kendal. There are several better, IMHO