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Cross Lanes Organic Farm, Barnard Castle

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  • I can't comment on the food as we never received any. After being seated for half an hour and no sign of any one coming to take our order we left. I very much doubt any one noticed a couple sit at ata...  more »
  • This is such a nice, bright, airy place to eat. I recommend the falafel, and the pizzas! They have improved the play area so it's a bit more interesting. Local produce both in the cafe and in the shop...  more »
  • I took 15 family members to Cross lanes for a Birthday party lunch today the service and helpfulness of the staff was exceptional the food was really enjoyable and very tasty we will return  more »
  • We are 'passers by' and dropped in based on a couple of recommendations. Food, staff and organic concept plus only stocking local produce are a real plus. Staff opened up the upstairs seating area as the place was fully booked. Facilities excellent and they cater for all requirements. Plenty of free parking and the free wifi is a bonus if you have teenagers in tow! In summary, well worth a visit if you are looking for a place to stop about 30 minutes past Scotch Corner on The A66. See photos.
  • Enjoyed our visit. Nice farm shop. Good to have table service. Great burger and scones. Veg in a vegetarian pie and on a pizza were under cooked for our tastes.
  • A rather surprisingly decent cafe set in what appears to be the middle of nowhere and thus easy to miss. But the food is excellent and there is a good organic shop which though a little pricey, has a comprehensive range of food to take away. Good stop if you are crossing between the Lakes and the North East. Parking is ample and good for kids.
  • Great friendly staff, always a good welcome. Lovely organic & locally sourced food. Brilliant with kids
  • The best meal I've ever had en route to Scotland! No problem finding a table despite it being 12.15pm on a Saturday in summer holidays- quite a few free and no reservations in sight! Had the homemade falafels with salad, flat bread and hummus- lush! Hubby had the curried lentil dhal and son margarita pizza- all homemade and pronounced delicious! We'll definitely be back- just wish it was nearer to where we'll be staying...