READERS have wished a 21-year-old business owner good luck after he launched an evening dessert and burger parlour to fill a gap in the market for residents in Furness.

Cain Mcnulty officially opened Desserts at Bardsea on Thursday after the success of his partner’s business - The Café at Bardsea - at Bardsea Leisure Caravan Park where the two businesses operate from.

Dessert at Bardsea is open Thursday to Sunday from 6pm until 9:30pm selling an array of hot cakes, waffles, and bubble waffles with a selection of toppings. They also sell burgers with their own signature twist to them.

Dessert at Bardseas is now also available for customers to order through Ulverston Eats.

Cain said: “I’m extremely happy with how the first night went. It went better than I thought. I was expecting about one or two people to come in but we got quite a few.

“I hope it will get busier in summer and then I can hire some more staff and we can finally get some time to ourselves as we are just working every hour under the sun.”

Readers wished the business well.

Jan Barker said: “Fabulous and good for him. I hope this cafe goes onto great things.”

Kerry Clarke said: “Beautiful food we had a nice breakfast here last week good luck to you both xx”

Jessie Critch said: “Amazing well done you what an achievement, made up for you x”

Karen Dawson said: “Lunch was delicious too xx”

Paul Lawrie said: “Good luck with it fella.”

Karina Roberts said: “Well done both x”

Scott Millard said: “Well done lads x”

Lynn Alexander said: “Well done I wish you well.”

Tony Angelino said: “Good luck in your new venture, I hope it is a big success for you!”

Northern Lass. said: “Good luck. When the universities close they look for seasonal work over summer.”

Helen Cummings said: “It sounds great.”