Open: Tue-Wed – Lunch , Thu-Sat dinner, Sat brunch
- Disabled Access
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Castle Dairy
Description brought to you by Manchester Confidential:
This innovative restaurant has teamed up with local Kendal College to offer training to industry apprentices and fine food at very reasonable prices. The Grade I-listed Medieval farm house dating from 1564 with a floor of tiny stones allegedly made an old Roman road is a wonderfully old fashioned environment in which to explore a menu of British favourites warmed with international pizzazz. Local sourdough experts, Staff of Life bakery supply breads to accompany the likes of baby beet salad with goats cheese mousse, pumpernickel soil and a black onion seed tuile or vamped up classics like white onion risotto, Lakeland pancetta, chive oil and Parmesan crisp. Mains include Gallic-inspired pork rack cutlet with apple tart fine, sugar snaps and Calvados Jus or roasted breast of Goosnargh duck with confit leg, potato terrine, and artichoke. Positively Parisian desserts like coffee and almond mille-feuille with sour cherries and a bitter chocolate sorbet meet are the all English whipped buttermilk with textures of strawberry on the dessert menu. There’s a fittingly French-leaning French-list and the kitchen is supervised by Robert Stacey, formerly of the Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows and various Caprice Holdings ventures.
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