The Lake District Restaurants

Lakeland restaurants increasingly reflect a growing British awareness of good food. Local sourcing and international influences are common, and even old Cumberland favorites are being creatively reinvented. Pub dining in the Lake District can be excellent—the hearty fare often makes use of local ingredients such as Herdwick lamb, and real ales are a good accompaniment. If you're going walking, ask your hotel or B&B about making you a packed lunch. Some local delicatessens also offer this service.

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  • 1. Fellinis

    $ | Vegetarian

    Billing itself as "Vegeterranean" to reflect its Mediterranean culinary influences, Fellinis is one of Cumbria's finest foodie destinations...Read More

  • 2. Old Stamp House

    $$$ | British

    The quality of locally sourced and foraged food has been raised to a new level by this startlingly good restaurant, which together with the...Read More

  • 3. Lake Road Kitchen

    $$$$ | British

    Cuttlefish shells piled in the window and a Nordic-style wood-paneled interior give a clue as to the culinary style of Lake Road Kitchen, quite...Read More

  • 4. Matthew's Bistro

    $$$ | French

    Matthew Colley is a charismatic chef who opened his own restaurant in 2001 to serve "retro classic" dishes to hungry Lake District walkers....Read More

  • 5. Rattle Gill

    $ | Vegetarian

    Hidden away up a winding lane past the old mill waterwheel, homey Rattle Gill is a deservedly popular little café serving great homemade cakes...Read More

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