Fodor's Expert Review The Jumble Room
A small stone building dating to the 18th century, Grasmere's first shop is now a friendly, fashionable, and colorful restaurant, with children's books, bold animal paintings, and hanging lamps. The food is an eclectic mix of international and traditional British; think porcini mushroom arancini, beetroot and pumpkin ravioli, or Lebanese chicken with clementine and fennel. A dedicated local fan base means the place always buzzes, and the owners' enthusiasm is contagious. Lunches are lighter and cheaper, with good soups and homemade desserts; bread is baked fresh every day.
Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9SU, England
- Freshly baked bread
- Lively atmosphere
- Imaginative menu