I’ve uploaded the other pictures from our weekend stay at The Bivouac before.
Towards the end of our weekend I just had to end my meals at the cafe with the meal that I’d started with; so I had another Venison Burger.
It’s always great to eat somewhere that knows what it does well and sticks to that.
With a very limited menu, The Bivouac succeeds in satisfying with heartwarming homemade cuisine.
When something tastes this good, there should always be room for more.
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This was our first meal at The Bivouac. We’d travelled up, on the Friday evening, after work, . Collecting Lucy from school en route.
It only took us an hour or two to get there, which was cool.
Once we’d been shown wooden shack and unpacked, we trooped down to the on-site cafe, which was lovely.
Everything well-thought out and beautifully presented.
And I’m not just talking about our meal – the cafe was on two levels, with the lower one acting as a family room with a slew of things to entertain toddlers and above. Lucy particularly enjoyed the sticker books.