Great alternative to the Honeypot in Crail. Very friendly and good lunch options. Nice place to sit and watch the world go by. We had a pram and a pushchair - very accommodating.
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I haven't been at Julia's for 4 years and I'm still not that impressed. Compared to other places in Crail it's sadly lacking. I had a panini and coffee which was nice although it was accompanied by a slice of watermelon and piccalilli which seemed...More
Had the seafood sharing platter between two of us and it was ample for a lunch nice hotcakes, smoked salmon and a really tasty mackerel beetroot pate , also have a fab selection of cakes scones had the fruit scone with homemade strawberry jam delish...More
We stopped here for a lunch when ending a walk on the fife coastal path. It was really lovely and a treat. There was only one person on duty and so service wasn't quick but the soup (celeriac and dill soup) was great ( others...More
My wife and I called in there on Sunday afternoon two teas and two pieces of cake ten pounds a bit steep I thought
We popped into this establishment on the day of our house move in need of good, hot and fresh food. Service was prompt and the food was tasty with a good selection of home-cooked treats.
We love this café. They serve the best scones we've ever tasted (and we've tried a few). They were served with homemade jam. We also had a latte which was excellent. Prices are very reasonable compared with other cafes in the area. We always look...More
This cafe is cosy and the walls are filled with local artwork, some of which is for sale and all of it I would have been happy to hang on my own walls. The staff were particularly accommodating and personable. The food was served with...More