A Windermere hotel has launched a new Sunday lunch menu – that will be served, Continental style – all afternoon.
The Cedar Manor, the Lake District’s award-winning boutique hotel and restaurant, will be offering the new “lunchtime” offering from 12 noon till 6pm every Sunday.
The aim, says owner Jonathan Kaye, is to cater for both locals and visitors who have a range of Sunday schedules.
“We know that there are people who look forward to a Sunday lunch straight after church,” said Jonathan, whose hotel is next to St Mary’s Parish Church.
“That’s where the tradition came from originally. But now there are people who want a Sunday roast after they’ve had a full day out on the hills. And there are others who enjoy the very British meal but at a later time, like they’ve had when on holiday abroad.”
The lunch menu – traditional roast beef, potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, along with vegetarian and other options – will comprise entirely of locally-sourced produce in keeping with the hotel’s policy of supporting local farmers, growers and suppliers.
“Some of our guests who are checking out on a Sunday still want to have a good meal before their journey,” said Jonathan. “Others, who are just arriving on a Sunday, want to know they can still get lunch even if their journey is delayed.”
But places are limited and booking is essential. Check the menu here https://www.cedarmanor.co.uk/sunday-lunch-cedar-manor