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56-58 Denton St · interesting places nearby
Holme Bistro information
The top place to eat in Carlisle, this slick bistro is run by brother-and-sister team Rob Don and Kirsty Robson, and has earned a loyal clientele for its unpretentious cuisine. The two-/three-course pre-7.30pm menu is a steal.