Good menu and reasonably priced. Friendly and helpful staff, compliments to the chef. Will visit again.
Nice restaurant hidden away in a back courtyard the feel inside is very quaint. Had a chicken n bacon sandwich,some wedges, my wife had Cesar sandwich. Food was plentiful, well cooked, and very reasonable price. Although the restaurant is very nice inside we ate outside and the only critic was there are 5or6 tables in an alleyway but for me... More
Food was decent quality but there wasn't much of it. Had the crab cake salad which was on the specials menu. Tiny amount of crab cake on a fresh but ordinary salad. When finished we asked for the bill - it never came. We thought they must be busy upstairs so went up to pay - wrong, there were no... More
First trip to Kendal, stopped for lunch and the service i can say was excellent, but unfortunately maybe due to being the last people served that lunchtime, food quality was poor. The jacket potato was luke warm, overcooked and old with what only passed as mush was veg chilli, the chicken and bacon baguette was very dry and reheated. Shame... More
Lovely meal here and the team were really accomodating as we were with our 14month old baby. The food was lovely would recommend to anyone.
My wife and I stopped off for a quick veggie lunch (veggie burger with thin chips and veggie chilli with potato wedges). Everything was pretty good but I could have done with some mayonnaise! The service and atmosphere were excellent. We had a bottled beer and a large diet coke and the total bill only came to £16.20! We will... More
Great food at reasonable prices. Simple menu with most things we like at a great price for two courses. Lovely old building too with very helpful staff. Recommended.
Having visited The Joshua Tree twice while visiting family in Kendal, I really cannot recommend it enough. The atmosphere is quaint and comforting, the food tasty (especially the frankly astonishing white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake), the service friendly and attentive and the value excellent. It really is a gem! I should mention that both of my visits have been for... More
Eaten at Joshua Tree? Then try their outside catering for home cooking outside at home cooking (well, not quite!) prices. What we wanted was simple, unfussy and honest. That's what we got - plus menu changes. Coronation Chicken - no, no, no. But Chicken Sofrito - yes, yes, yes. Beef - no. Tabouleh a la Claudia Roden - yes!. And... More
Had the tattie (lamb) pie and bbq ribs. Pie was above average, ribs didn't have good sauce. Luckily with the ribs, some mustard saved the day. Plus local ale and a pot of tea, about £20. Much prefer Francine's.
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