Reviews on Cafe food in Kirkby Lonsdale, England, United Kingdom. Kirkby Lonsdale (/ˈkɜːrbi ˈlɒnzdeɪl/) is a small town and civil parish in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England, on the River Lune. Historically in Westmorland, it is situated 13 miles (21 km) south east of Kendal along the A65. The parish had a population of 1,771, recorded in the 2001 census, increasing to 1,843 at the 2011 Census (including Middleton).
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4 based on 405 reviews
Award-winning cafe & tea merchants (The Tea Keepers) Also home to a little wine & Cuban cigar shop (Crossing Point Wines.) Find us on Facebook & Instagram
Super little cafe with wonderful scones, cakes and coffee - our only regret is that we didnât opt for one of the amazing looking breakfasts! Gluten free options were mega tasty and the great staff were so dog friendly that after explaining our little one was allergic to dog biscuits he was then offered bacon instead! Highly recommended and weâll be back to try the breakfast!
4 based on 294 reviews
Lovely tea room, delicious and fresh food, efficient friendly service and reasonably priced. Went with our two teenage daughters and mother in law for a light lunch during a brief visit to the quaint little town of Kirky Lonsdale before returning home to Salisbury. This was perfect as we wanted something quick but nice too!
4 based on 71 reviews
My husband, a meat eater who lives with with vegetarians , (not without complaint ) absolutely loved it here - especially the black pudding and fried bread. My son said the vegetarian breakfast was ok but greasy. I enjoyed my fruit scone and the raspberry jam was devine. There are beautiful walks here and the country around is verdant.
3 based on 31 reviews
Grandson Stanley needed a bacon cob but all Catherine could find was designer places where bacon sandwiches are garnished to gourmet standard at gourmet prices. Tata's fitted the bill wonderfully with a very nice couple serving - though the lady kept disappearing out of the shop and the gentleman could barely suppress his mirth.
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