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Tasty and great value

We had two excellent home cooked vegetarian meals. The staff were friendly and helpful and the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Amazing home cooked food!

This is a really undiscovered gem. Chris, who is the chef takes great care in presenting his food... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2018
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

The staff are very friendly and the cake is amazing although I found a hair in my apple crumble. The curry is delicious and so is the lasagne and the Cumberland sausage, I highly suggest those. The food is quite cheap and definitely worth it. It is a nice chilled environment with full bookcases and sofas and toys.

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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Lovely brewery with some great brews and good food worth a visit if you are in the area , stopped on way to Kirkstile Inn

Thank Ann H
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

The Ennerdale Brewery is a perfect stop-off point on a hike, but also deserves a special visit in its own right. The staff are warm and friendly, the interior is beautiful (a really good theme, authentic bar area and lovely kitsch cafe area), and the cakes looked delicious! Food and drink prices (including main meals and brunch) were reasonable, and we loved the range of local products and crafts for sale (try the local brewed beer)! as well as the brilliant selection of second-hand books, sales from which go to charity. A must-visit when in Cumbria - it's a little tricky to spot, but well worth finding.

Thank HJS S
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

Went for fireworks display which was really good and had jacket potatoes with curry and soup, it was a very good night with an open mike and everyone was very friendly.

Thank Bob S
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

Saw the brewery on Channel 5 programme with Tony Robinson and went on a wet, windy afternoon. The welcome could not have been more warming. Wife had a cheese scone which she said was one of the bester ever. Had a pint of Blondie which was just amazing and brewed at a strength that makes it a quaffing ale. Mom (Doreen) could not have been more obliging and, as we were staying B&B in a self-catering unit even sold us slices of pies she had just finished baking for our evening meal. They were superb. It was a really pleasant way to spend an hour chatting, drinking and eating. Great menu and NOT to be missed.

Thank David R
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