Fantastic Places To Eat in Keswick
Keswick is home to a huge variety of places to eat, with a number of cafés and restaurants serving everything from light bites to Sunday lunches, and a range of cuisines from Thai to Italian to Tex-Mex. If you’re feeling spoilt for choice and aren’t sure where to go for your dinner, don’t worry! We’ve come up with a list of a few of our favourite places to eat in Keswick that we’re sure you’re going to love.
This crêperie has made its home in one of Keswick’s oldest buildings and serves up delicious crêpes (both sweet and savoury), as well as locally-produced ice cream. On the menu, you’ll find crêpe fillings including Cumberland sausage with red onion marmalade or and chocolate, marshmallow, and digestive biscuits.
At the lovely Wild Strawberry, you’ll also find menu options including soup of the day and cream tea, all served in a relaxed environment.
The AA rosette award-winning Brossen Steakhouse can be found at the Inn on the Square, handily based in the centre of town. Brossen Steakhouse serves a variety of delicious grilled dishes, including rib eye and fillet steaks, T bone steaks, rotisserie chickens, burgers and much more. They also serve over a dozen seasonal side dishes, lots of delicious desserts, and a fantastic Sunday lunch.
Bistro at The Distillery
Set in the popular Lakes Distillery, the Bistro at The Distillery offers everything from a three-course meal, to afternoon tea, to a slice of cake and a coffee - you can even eat outside in the courtyard or garden!
Using only the freshest ingredients, Bistro at The Distillery has a menu which changes with the seasons. Here, the main menu is served from 11 am - 5 pm and the supper menu is served from 5.30 pm until late.
The cafe at Treeby & Bolton serves breakfast and lunch alongside its gorgeous cake offering. Set underneath the Treeby & Bolton gallery, this contemporary cafe is a perfect environment for you to unwind with a glass of wine or a great cup of coffee. The Treeby & Bolton Gallery & Cafe is open every day, with breakfast served from 10 am - 11.30 am and the main menu served until 4.30 pm.
Mizu Pan-Asian Cuisine
Mizu Pan-Asian Cuisine is located at the four-star Lodore Falls Hotel in the beautiful Borrowdale valley. Offering a selection of tempting Japanese, Korean, Malaysian and Thai specialities, from the freshest ingredients, expertly prepared by highly skilled chefs. There’s something for everyone, from classic Japanese nori-wrapped maki sushi to fragrant Thai-style curries.
LB’s Pizza House
If you’re looking for homemade, stonebaked pizza, LB’s Pizza House is for you when you’re in Keswick. With options including sourdough thin crust pizza with customisable toppings, calzone pizza, and smaller pizzas, this restaurant is every pizza lover’s dream!
It’s not just pizza you’ll find at LB’s Pizza House, though! You can also get tasty pasta dishes, main meals - such as plum pork loin steak - and hearty desserts.
The George Hotel serves great local food in its award-winning restaurant. The George menu features fresh, seasonal recipes, made using local produce wherever possible, including fresh fish, Cumbrian lamb and beef, and seasonal game. We recommend trying The George Ultimate Burger, made with two 4oz Cumbrian beef burgers, bacon, Monterey Jack cheese, and served with onion rings, salad, homemade slaw and chips; or why not try one of The George’s famous and aptly named Gigantic Pies, if you’ve got a really big appetite.
We hope you’ve found our guide to our favourite places to eat in Keswick useful. You can find more information on things to do in Keswick, including events, walking trails and days out, as well as where to stay, on our website www.visitkeswick.com .
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