Food and drink
The sprawling menu is peppered with play-on-words entries, such as the Give Us a Strog Fungi and the Trout and About.
Essentially, daytime is lighter meals, pasta, salads and sandwiches, while the evening takes on a more formal bistro style with a menu changing every two days.
Check out the Up the Duff pudding nights – six puddings, a glass of dessert wine and coffee served anytime between 6-9pm. It’s held on the first Wednesday of every month.
Buzzy and child-friendly by day, more serious foodies at night. The domain of the bon viveur.
Service can be slow and the menu itself advises diners to simply relax into the local rhythm.
At the heart of Ambleside, one block over from the tourist office.
While deli and restaurant now sit side by side, look out too for the Lucy Cooks cookery school near Kendal, and Lucy4 wine bar in Ambleside.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- People watching
- Special occasions