The Three Hares, Sedbergh
The Three Hares symbol represents their style of cooking, influenced by James’ upbringing in the local area involved with Wild Foods and Game, and heavily influenced by Nina’s background of growing up in Germany with Japanese parents. When James & Nina met, they originally set up their business as The Moocher, selling their own style of street food in the bustling city of Manchester before deciding they wanted somewhere a little more static. Opting to take on a dated café in Sedbergh with finance from Enterprise Answers, presented the couple with an opportunity to demonstrate their talents further, enabling James to return to his family roots and unleashing Nina’s culinary expertise on what was otherwise a quiet market town.
Within months, The Three Hares had established an unbelievable reputation for the quality of its foods, but more notably for the menu which uses ‘real’ local produce sourcing wild hare, rabbit, game, deer and plants, creating interesting dishes which have surely tickled the taste buds like they have never been tickled before. Now having won acclaim with a listing in the Waitrose 2017 Good Food Guide, The Three Hares is sure to experience an even greater volume of custom. Sedbergh was a quiet market town!