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All reviews tarragon pie liver and onions sandwiches ice cream salad crisps baguette cake fish and chips chicken pudding roa island afternoon tea lifeboat station lovely home cooked food popular with the locals reserve a table
Came here as I was staying in roa island & some people had put up good reviews. I ordered some chips & took them back to where I was staying which is walking distance from the restaurant, well....the chips looked stunk so bad & was...More
I went for an ice cream, there was one person in the queue in front of me then after they had gone the woman serving ignored me and went into the back and started washing pots. Waited several minutes (there was no bell or anything...More
Stumbled on this cafe on our way through Barrow-on-Furness, and were really pleased with our find! Friendly and helpful staff, delicious food- and quite a selection to choose from! It was a warm sunny day when we visited and we sat out in the little...More
If you come to Roa Island, make sure you haven’t eaten first... Make sure you reserve - we turned up at 12:05 for lunch and the tables were almost fully booked!
Devilled kidneys were delicious, rich, filling... we had one between the two of us...More
This restaurant is a little out of the way, but is well worth the visit. It is a small and friendly place with freshly cooked and delicious food; but being smallish it is advisable to book a table. We certainly intend to make frequent visits...More
Only just discovered this place after hearing good things. Turned up without booking and was lucky enough to get a table - a very popular spot for lunch it seems. Soon understood why. Fresh food, generous portions, efficient service and great prices.
This is our first visit of the year to this cafe and we found it to be just as good as on previous visits. W e sat in the yard behind the cafe in the brilliant sunshine and were the only ones in there at...More
The afternoon tea is fantastic value for money. You have a plate of finger sandwiches, crisps and a very fresh salad. A scone with cream and jam and a selection of homemade cakes, carrot cake, coffee and walnut, lemon... More
The afternoon tea is fantastic value for money. You have a plate of finger sandwiches, crisps and a very fresh salad. A scone with cream and jam and a selection of homemade cakes, carrot cake, coffee and walnut, lemon drizzle and gingerbread. A pot of tea or cup of coffee is also included. 7.99 best meal ever. Best to prebook as it gets very, very busy.