Grab tasty treats in town centre
Published at 16:04, Thursday, 04 October 2012
ENJOY delicious food cooked by professional chefs at the new Steddie’s eatery in the Victoria Hall, Carlisle Street, Barrow.
Steddie’s offers a variety of hot and cold foods and refreshments which can be enjoyed in the welcoming conservatory area or simply as a quality takeaway.
Steddie’s will even deliver to the door for those times when eating in the comfort of home is the preferred option.
Steddie’s has two excellent chefs to cater for everyone’s needs, including producing many vegetarian options.
All the food is cooked from fresh.
Steddies also specialises in roast dinners every day from £4.
They are prepared using locally sourced meats and a large variety of vegetables.
Other extremely popular choices are the hot baguettes – choose from pork, beef, chicken, gammon or lamb.
Because Steddie’s is open for hungry customers from 8am this is the ideal venue to enjoy a full English breakfast or a bacon and egg muffin on the go.
Children are most welcome at Steddie’s and the chefs make sure there is plenty of choices for them on the menu.
For those with a sweet tooth there are wonderful desserts, including delicious pancakes with plenty of mouthwatering toppings on offer.
The conservatory is also available for private hire, outside opening hours, and is ideal for parties, meetings and classes, from £25 an hour.
For further details please call Steddie’s on 01229 208718.
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