The Jumble Room Cafe, Grasmere
We found these beauties at the delicious Jumble Room organic restaurant in Grasmere ( Lake District) this summer. The paintings are by Thuline de Cock (at least I think that’s what the waiter said…..) and I am hoping to get a couple of prints for our kitchen. Both M and I loved this restaurant. We stopped by for lunch, walking down the road and happening upon the restaurant quite by chance. It is a crazy eclectic mix of styles, a perfect living example of the word “lush” which has always been one of my favourite words and is in my opinion singularly underused….The maitre d’ was a woman who had worked at Betty’s Tea Room in Ilkley and there was certain symmetry to all that (in that we had travelled to Grasmere from the very same place). The menu was reasonably paleo friendly I ordered the Urswick beefburger with all the trimmings save for the bread and the chips. M chose the tiger prawn salad with dressing. The food was stunning and generous. The tastes were fresh and like the setting lush, the combination of melting blue cheese and tender beef causing my brain to go into overdrive so great the feeling of satisfaction from eating. So, if you are looking for a warm welcoming ‘caff’ to stop by for delicious eats: GO! You will not be disappointed.
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Posted on September 1, 2011, in Restaurant Reviews, The Paleo Experience and tagged Cumbria, Grasmere, Lake District, organic cafe, paleo food, restaurants, thuline de cock, Travel and Tourism, Urswick. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.