Located inside a traditional 17th century building with beautiful original features like exposed wooden beams, The Joshua Tree is a cosy, family run cafe and bistro, found on Stramongate in one of Kendal’s oldest yards. The Joshua Tree pride themselves on serving up wholesome and seasonal British cuisine, all cooked from scratch using the freshest, locally-sourced produce. Whether it's for a family meal in Kendal’s town centre, to fuel up after exploring this charming Cumbiran market town, or to enjoy some food and drinks in the courtyard on a sunny day, The Joshua Tree is a favourite among locals and tourists alike. Book a table now!
Excellent service provided in a pleasant restaurant. Lovely, well cooked food at a very reasonable price. There was no rushing between courses so we had time to chat and enjoy drinks. Many thanks for a perfect evening.
Excellent home cooked food, fabulous puddings, friendly staff and a great cosy atmosphere. A really great night out in Kendal. Will definitely eat here again.
Welcoming host, excellent quality food and a beautiful period property made it a most enjoyable dining experience. Look forward to returning in the near future
The food was lovely and had such a great choice. Was excellent value for money and the service was good. Would definately recommend to anyone.
The Joshua Tree is a really cute little family run restaurant tucked away down a sweet little court yard. The food was fantastic, we both tried each others dishes and they were both delicious, and reasonably priced. Well done Nick and Shelly Allen, we will definitely be coming back!
Great fantastic food experience atmosphere 100% + very good waiting staff an reasonable pricing very interesting historic building will decimate lying be visiting again and again
A lovely charming place with fantastic food, great friendly service and sensibly priced, what more could you want for an evening dining experience in Kendal?
The food was very well presented and very filling. Nice atmosphere cosy environment and good service. I would recommend popping in if you are in the Kendal area.
This is a small restaurant tucked away in a cobbled street. The waitresses were welcoming. The food was wholesome but pretty ordinary. I guess good value for the price.