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Saturday, 2 November 2013

The Garden Kitchen | Review

Today, I went to The Garden Kitchen. The Garden Kitchen is a small, friendly eatery in a remote village in Clitheroe. For anyone in Lancashire or even the North West, UK I can't recommend this place enough to you. I was first attracted to this place after seeing a few friends on Facebook comment about wanting to book a table. When I saw the photo's I instantly knew why, the food looked delicious and not just that it's unique and quirky -  which I love.


This is a afternoon picnic for two. It's £13.95 per person or £16.95 per person if you want a glass of Champagne instead. For a treat it's definitely worth the price and you a great selection of food, that tastes just delicious. Egg and cress and Ham salad sandwiches, a juicy steak burger with garnish and crisps plus a selection of deserts (4 each) including lemon meringue tart, chocolate mousse, carrot cake and lastly a scone with strawberry jam and cream. Everything was beautifully presented with fruity deco. I love the quirkiness of the boots filled with milkshake, the mini carrot cakes in little plant pots and the chocolate mousse in garden buckets. This includes a huge pot of tea in the price too.

The Garden Kitchen doesn't just serve this beautiful afternoon picnic but also a endless list of yummy foods too, something to suit whatever you fancy. The Christmas afternoon picnic is starting soon 27th of November and that looks even more delicious then the norm.

Images taken from The Garden Kitchen.
It's a little more expensive then the usual but it looks like it's worth every penny.
Mini Gingerbread Man, Chocolate Christmas Tree Cupcake
Cranberry and Pistachio Millionaire, Clementine Spiced Scone
Mincemeat Crumble, Truffle Christmas Pudding
A Selection of Festive Canapés, Wellington Boot of Mulled Wine
and a Secret Christmas Treat!
Served with house tea or filter coffee
and a festive glass of Prosecco
£19.95 per person.

Afternoon picnic is served between 2pm - 4pm, you must book at weekends to guarantee a reservation and must book for all Christmas afternoon picnics during week/weekend. The food changes from season to season. Facebook page here.

I really enjoyed the food and the place is just lovely. I can't wait to go again.



10 comments:

  1. Wow this place looks amazing. It's a shame that I don't live that close to Lancashire because I would have definitely considered making a trip there. I love the boot glasses.

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  2. Oh that looks Amazing! Glad you a good time! I wish we lived nearby! I'm mostly taken by it being served on a little bench, in buckets, plant pots and welly boots! xx

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    1. It's that touch of quirkiness that draws you in. I love places like this :) xx

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  3. Wow, wow, wow! I want to go have a picnic there. That is so cute, what a great idea. Fab pics.
    Jade x

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    1. It is a lovely idea very unique. Thanks I took them on my phone xx

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  4. This looks amazing, so unique! Just wished I lived closer to it ) : xxx

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    1. What a shame. Maybe they have something similar nearby xx

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  5. Oh wow, this place looks so delightful. If I'm in the area I will definitely have to check it out. Making me hungry now!

    Tamsyn-Elizabeth
    Peach Pow XO

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