Fantastic. The food is really, really good. All home cooked and xceptional quality. Such a variety and cooked fresh for that day, once it's gone it's gone. A real gem.
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Another visit & another lovely soup for lunch. It was a difficult choice as 3 soups on offer all sounded good. We went for the white onion with Parmesan & cider, this was so tasty & a nice chunk of granary bread was a lovely...More
Up in Kendal for a few days so popped in here for lunch.Great selection of foods and want to try everything.Recommend.
Been here a couple of times now and really like the selection of salads and soups. The cakes look great but we haven't tried yet. Pop in, you wont be disappointed!
Made the effort to find this on the strength of previous TA reports. Glad we did. We went in the deli and had a great little lunch. One of the best salad boxes I have had; and my wife's special ( hotpot ) was great...More
I often eat at the deli part but was persuaded to try the canteen on the corner for a change. Glad I did, more delicious difficult choices to make from the menu made harder without being able to see what you're getting first as you...More
This is a very popular, very busy cafe and has a very varied and delicious menu. I was there today with 3 friends and we ordered 2 falafel and halloumi wraps and 2 Ruben sandwiches with coffees. For the falafel and halloumi wraps a side...More
Hi Tracey, and thanks for your review. I am very sorry to read about your disappointing experience with us. Having spoken to Tony our shop manager, I am certain you have been over-charged on this occasion, although we cannot clarify exactly what happened as the...More
This is a great little hidden gem, close to Finkle Street but tucked away down a narrow yard. Often busy at lunchtime, the homemade soups particularly are always excellent.
Great cafe in a snickel way in Kendal. The service was friendly, rapid and professional. The food clearly fresh fresh fresh. We had a salad box, bursting with flavor, and a roll filled to the brim with rare (and it was pink) roast Beef with...More