Visited for lunch - but soon found out they don’t serve many of the things listed on the menu. Ended up paying £4.95 for a soggy cheese toasty. Overpriced and basic. Would not visit again.
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Was hoping for something hot to eat for brunch on Saturday, maybe just a bacon roll? Kitchen's closed! So, sandwiches, scones - freshly baked this morning - cakes, oh, or you could have soup, but the kitchen's closed. Me: the kitchen was closed when I...More
Popped in for coffee and a snack. Kitchen closed , guess due to staff sickness , no explanation given. Long queues for drinks but only one server doing drinks , other running around not doing much. Poor organisation. Try somewhere else, wish we had!
Our first cup of hot chocolate in Scotland and a lovely toasted teacake definitely enjoying this cafe and hope to see more in Scotland.
Discovered this cafe while on holiday in the area. Excellent for light lunches and coffee/tea breaks. The cafe is very pleasant and clean. Menus and prices clearly displayed. The food is delicious and so fresh. The fruit scones are the best ever - so good...More
Went here when we arrived in Fort William and had coffee and lovely home made cake and scones. Friendly staff. Seems popular and think that over lunch it could get busy. We called in mid afternoon and although still busy, we managed to get a...More
We were hungry, but wanted a light lunch since we were driving to Isle of Skye. We LOVED this gem. It was a little difficult to figure out how and what to order - but we eventually all ordered toasties (grilled cheese) and my husband...More