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Review: Haddon Hall Restaurant


Bakewell, United Kingdom

Good cakes in rather characterless surroundings

  • By SilverTraveller ESW

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  • Jun 2014
  • Bakewell
  • Casual
  • British

34 people found this review helpful

This is on the top floor of the 17thC stableblock of Haddon Hall and reached by an external flight of stone steps. Inside it is a fairly characterless room with small white tables and a service counter. There was an interesting range of cakes with syrup tart, shortbread, chocolate brownie, bakewell tart, flapjack and coffee and walnut cake. The range of herbal teas was restricted.

We soon settled on coffee and walnut cake. Portions were generous and and would easily serve two people. It was moist with plenty of chopped walnuts in the mix and a thick layer of coffee cream icing. Tea was served in big white tea pots and with a jug of hot water served three cups each.

The restaurant serves soup, jacket potatoes and sandwiches as well as some rather more exotic snacks like pork and chorizio burgers and sweet chilli bagette. They also serve what is described as a ‘midday breakfast’. They also sell ice cream.

Tea and a cake cost £4.50.

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