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“stopped for coffee, stayed for lunch”
Review of Potters Barn

Potters Barn
Ranked #2 of 5 Restaurants in Ribchester
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 9 July 2014

Served by a young dark haired girl who was lovely and checked that we were pleased with our order and that we had all we needed. We sat outside with our dog (Water bowl very neglected but as usual we had brought our own) Soup and ploughmans were delicious and the sticky gingerbread was every bit as good as my mother used to make. It was nice to sit in the sun, although the space would benefit from a tidy up.

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Thank mrs c
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Reviewed 29 May 2014 via mobile

Had an enjoyable lunch. Really tasty homemade food and cakes. Good healthy menu choices for children. Excellent service and good value.
Children also enjoyed painting pottery. Had a good range of items to paint. Nearby playground also good place for children to run off some steam.

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Reviewed 3 May 2014

Dropped in here after finding it by accident, thinking I would have a quick cup of tea. I was entranced by the lovely interior and the menu, so I ended up having a lovely lentil and vegetable soup, tea and cake. Everything is home made, and the place itself is beautiful. It gets busy at lunchtime and no wonder. I will certainly make an effort to detour there next time I am in the Ribble Valley. Its not the cheapest café, but here you really do get what you pay for.

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Thank Wendy L
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Reviewed 1 May 2014

The Potters Barn offer a variety of Veggie food on the menu. The food was delicious and tasty. Service was excellent. On a warm/hot day you can sit outside too eat. Children can paint pottery upstairs within the gift shop. It definitely has a quaint charm. Close by is the car park and an excellent childrens playground. Within a short there walk is the Roman Musuem.

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Thank Pete F
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Reviewed 1 March 2014

The food at the Potters Barn is fresh and tatsy, the soups are especially good. After lunch my daughter enjoyed painting the pottery in a nice relaxed atmosphere. What is really good is that it can then be posted on to you, so if you live a little away then you have no need to have long journey to pick it up.

In the summer the garden where you can eat is an enjoyable place to relax

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Thank gull44
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