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. The Famous 1657 Chocolate House

    $ | British

    Chocolate rules at this old spot serving 16 chocolate drinks. You can choose among 300 kinds of chocolates in the shop, too. Aztec Experience...Read More

  • 2. The Moon Highgate

    $$ | Modern British

    Small but sleek, this restaurant with an open fire and artfully battered floorboards has won a good local reputation for high-quality dishes...Read More

  • 3. Waterside Wholefoods Café

    $ | Vegetarian

    In summer, grab one of the outdoor picnic tables overlooking the River Kent at this family-run cafe and order from the delicious, filling vegetarian...Read More

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