Our experience, unfortunately of Lazy Daisy's wasn't a good one.
We were a party of 4 and we sat outside in August .... 2 of us ordered scones (cream tea's in fact, but with coffee's instead of tea), and our friends ordered a fancy named thing, which was basically cheese on toast with salad (welsh rabbit).
However, they paid over £5.00 for this and were expecting a lunch, but all they got, was 1 slice of toast with a little cheese on it, and a tiny bowl (one of those small ramakins) of salad that wouldn't even fill up a rabbit.
Absolutely horrendous price for what was presented on the plate !!!
The scones for the cream teas were very dry and we were only given one butter for the two so it made it difficult to spread.... not enjoyable.
Plus the coffee's were luke warm which really is a big turn off for me.
The only plus side was, my youngest had a portion of chips, and they looked and tasted pretty good !.. we all wished we had gone for a bowl of those to be honest.
I wouldn't come back here again as even the staff who didn't speak much English (well not to us), didn't seem to enamoured with their jobs and customer service.
Shame as its in a nice little setting on the street and could be a lovely little café if it pulled it socks up.
If you own or manage Lazy Daisy's Lakeland Kitchen, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.