Reviews on Cafe food in Pooley Bridge, Penrith, including Treetops Pooley Bridge, Chapter 12 Coffee Rooms, The Narrowbar Cafe, The Lemon Tree Cafe - Bistro, New Squares Cafe, Cafe Oswald's, The Yard Kitchen, Three Crowns Tea Shop, Fellbites Cafe and Restaurant, Llama Karma Kafe
Things to do in Pooley Bridge
4 based on 537 reviews
This is the second time that Iâve stopped off here on the drive up to Scotland, and both times Iâve been impressed. The place is very quaint, has looked clean and tidy both times, and has friendly, welcoming staff. I stopped for lunch this time and had a burger, chips and coleslaw. The food took no time at all to arrive on my table, and looked and tasted great â itâs also very reasonably priced. I find that other eateries along the A66 charge far too much for their food. This is fast becoming one of my favourite places to stop off on the long drive north.Great news...glad we are providing consistancy in our service...we do try! Good to know you enjoyed your visit and will be back thanks
4 based on 494 reviews
Fellbites cafe restaurant is situated in the centre of Glenridding serving hot and cold snacks, yummy cakes, scones, tea and coffee throughout the day. From Wednesday through to Sunday an evening menu is available serving locally sourced produce.
This time I was in here for a light lunch with my dad, who lives in the area, and Fellbites did us proud. He had a delicious crayfish and mayo sandwich combo, with a generous side salad and fresh cole slaw; I went for an equally delicious spicy lentil soup with brown bread, and we both had drinks to go with - a cider (unusually) for my dad and a sparkling water for me. Friendly and extremely quick service and really tasty food, at a reasonable price and in comfortable surroundings, right in the centre of one of the most attractive villages in the Lakes. What more can you ask for?
4 based on 55 reviews
We are a friendly, family run cafe. Set in the market town of Penrith in the beautiful Lake District. We pride ourselves in serving homemade food using local produce. We serve breakfasts, morning coffee, lunches, afternoon tea. We have a daily specials bo
Nice staff , food took quite along time to arrive for a soup and sandwich, sandwichâs were very nice but the soup was very disappointing, it didnât taste of anything just very watery. We both had a cup of tea which was an amazing brew. Thank you for your review. We welcome them good and bad, I was on my day off yesterday when you were in. They did mention a complaint was made about the soup. I can only apologise and hope that you will come back and try us again.
4 based on 120 reviews
We love food, fresh ingredients, tasty cakes and superb coffee. Using local ingredients where possible and local suppliers.
Called in today, scones are wonderful, cakes to die for , lovely sitting on the terrace in the sunshine, worth a visit when in penrith , ext. menu
4 based on 227 reviews
Cafe Oswald's serves up a Cumbrian inspired menu of Breakfasts and lunches using quality produce from Cranstons Cumbrian Food Hall.
I was told about this place before i left Glasgow and i definitely thought it was worth a visit on the way back south. I wasn't disappointed either.Jacket Spud with chill, coleslaw and salad was very tasty and a reasonable price. Service with a smile and didn't wait long at all....I will be back.Only shortfall was a leak in the gents toilets which had flooded the floor.Also visited the Cumbrian Food Hall downstairs and wasn't disappointed their either!
4 based on 94 reviews
Tried here for lunch. Reasonable selection of dishes to choose from on the menu. The hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows was lovely. Food was lovely well cooked and nicely presented. Staff were attentive helpful and welcoming. Pleasant surrounding clean light and airy. Will be going again when next in Penrith.
4 based on 199 reviews
As we passed through the Arcade whilst out shopping this morning we came across The Lemon Tree. We decided to pop in for some refreshments. We were given a warm welcome and found a table to be seated at. Table service, the kids ordered milkshakes all three different flavours- We were advised this was no problem. Chocolate, Strawberry and Gingerbread flavours along with two latte. They offer a good, varied menu something we will definitely partake in if we visit again. Worth a visit.
4 based on 215 reviews
Delicious home cooked meals using locally sourced quality ingredients, daily changing specials, all day breakfasts, fresh home-baked scones, cakes and teacakes, sweet treats, milkshakes, fruit smoothies, and the very best Lavazza coffee.
We were really glad that we just managed to find a table on a busy Friday lunch time, as the food was very good. Portion sizes good and quality excellent. Service was good but a bit slow due to the amount of folk ordering at the same time but it was definitely worth the small delay.
5 based on 107 reviews
Chapter 12 Coffee Rooms, in the Heart of Penrith, serving Breakfasts, Lunches, Teas & Coffees, Home Made Cakes. We source as many of our ingredients locally & pride ourselves on serving good quality food & beverages whilst creating a relaxed & friendly at
Stopped off in Penrith for coffee and a cake, while travelling to Scotland ! Sat outside in the sun, lovely coffee and lovely service.
4 based on 73 reviews
Work your way past the overpriced tourist tat and have something to eat and drink - the food is homemade, reasonably priced and plentiful - also the ice creams regardless of theme weather are worth a try - quality !!
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