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Reviews of The Heron Cafe, Arnside

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Review by Jo on 27th February, 2012

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Just been to visit the heron -what a transformation - the owners Phil & Chris make you so welcome the food is superb and just to tell you all home made what a refreshing change - i wish them much success with the Heron listening to other diners many were commenting on what good value for money it and they all visit 2 & 3 times a week my advise to anyone wanting to visit is book - you wont be dissapointed

Date visited: sun 26th feb 2012

Review by Ruth McDonald on 17th October, 2011

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Just had three course meal at The Heron cafe. Excellent meal in a friendly atmosphere. Hosts Sean and Hazel made us very welcome. Good choice of menu and certainly value for money. We will be back.

Date visited: 17.10.11

Review by John Cuthbert on 3rd April, 2010

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Cracking food for the price. Set evening meal at 8.45 is excellent and even better if you are over 65 (men) or 60 (women) when it comes down to 6.95 for three courses. The pick where you want menu is also very good and be brave and ask for extra custard, you get it. Old fashioned style Cafe on the promenade with a good view of the trains going up and down to Barrow. Friendly atmosphere and people and first class service. Take your own bottle if you want to, no corkage charges. Well recommended but book.

Date visited: 24th and 25th March 2010

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