Sedbergh Food Festival, Thursday 8th – Sunday 18th June 2017

We’re delighted to be taking part in the Sedbergh Food and Drink Festival again this year on Thursday, June 8th for a Tastes of South India menu and on Thursday, June 15th where we will celebrate the Tastes of North India.

Join guests around our large communal dining tables and enjoy an evening of great food, celebrating the best of our local produce and sharing with you our passion for Indian food.

Full menus can be seen here

Food at The Malabar

A complimentary afternoon tea is served on the day you arrive. Choose from a selection of 12 loose leaf teas and enjoy sandwiches, scones and a selection of small pastries and cake in the lounge, around the dining table or outside on the terrace.

Click to view our Tea Menu

Breakfast is served in the dining room around a large communal table at a time that best suits you. We offer our Malabar house blend loose-leaf tea, freshly ground coffee, traditional Indian lassi as well as seasonal juices, home made bread, porridge and granola with yoghurt and compote. An alternative to a Full English is our Cumbrian Fell breakfast that includes wild boar bacon and venison sausages. Breakfast at The Malabar is a leisurely affair and you are welcome to linger around the table as long as you like and on warm days breakfast can be served outside in the garden.

Click to view our Breakfast Menu

Dining out

We can recommend many options for dinner either locally or further afield and will be happy to make reservations for you and help with transport if required. 

The Three Hares is a family run cafe/bakery/bistro that opens for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights serving locally sourced food and offering a wide range of ales and wines; very popular so booking is essential! (5 minute drive)

The Dalesman – our local pub in Sedbergh and very good! (5 minute drive)

The Cross Keys in Cautley is a traditional Temperance Inn (alcohol is not served but you can take your own with no corkage charge) serving home cooked food on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. (10 minute drive)

The Pheasant Inn in Casterton serves excellent food in a small village near the market town of Kirkby Lonsdale (20 minute drive)

The Black Swan in Ravenstondale has an excellent menu and is a very warm and welcoming pub in a pretty village setting (25 minute drive)

The Punch Bowl is an award winning pub in Crosthwaite serves outstanding food and is between Kendal and Windermere (45 minute drive)