High-end gift shop by day, bistro by night, XVII is a charming little dining venue. Tables are crammed amongst prams full of teddy bears with the result successfully creating a convivial atmosphere.
The dishes varied in quality; a slightly overdone steak was saved by the delicious side vegetables whilst a tasty fishcake starter made up for an Eton Mess which plumped for far too much cream. However, at £14 for three courses, it was good value.
Service was slow (due to a busy night) but charming and, to be fair, this is somewhere to linger for an evening. A refreshing change from the Keswick tourist traps.
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