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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Scotland

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    Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Scotland

    Let us know your recommendations for your favourite biker food drink stop, a GPS waypoint would be good.

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    Uinneag
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    Kyle of Lochalsh

    Kyle of Lochalsh Cafe in carpark next tae the bogs

    Portree Granary Somerled Square

    Broadford bakery Broadford

    Best heartattacks on the Island

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    The Crees Inn, Abernethy, Fife does good pub grub and good coffee Here

    The Moulin Hotel isn't exactly "Greasy Spoon" material but very nice and very reasonable all the same

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    Great eatery on along the west bank of Loch Lomond, A82 between Tarbet and Ardlui. Unfortunately, to my shame, I can't remember the name of it, but I'm sure some better informed tosser from Scotland can help out

    Great battered fish and fabulous apple pie

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    this one gets my vote

    Ben Nevis Inn

    N56 49.185 W5 04.696

    http://www.ben-nevis-inn.co.uk/

    and the waitress in cute.................no not GC the other one

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    Castle Stalker tearoom, N56 34.540 W5 22.727. On the A828 between Ballachulish and Connel. Overlooks the castle itself and there is a bike specific car park.

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    Burger bar, Lochaline Ferry Terminal Ardnamurchan end of A884 (top venison burgers)
    Burger bar at top of Glen Ogle (A84)
    Powmill Milk bar (cafe to you non Scots) - Powmill A977 / A823
    Burger Bar, Arrochar by the Esso station A83
    Cafe, Southern end St. Mary's Loch A708

    And for decent beers...

    Clachaig Inn, Glencoe (Best Real Pub 07) 1 mile north of village on back road
    The Mash Tun, Charlestown of Aberlour - On A95 (Good grub and posh digs as well)
    The Harbour Inn, Ullapool, between shell garage and ferry terminal on sea front.
    The Shore Inn, Lochgoilhead, B839
    The Plockton Hotel, Plockton by Kyle of Lochalsh
    The Applecross Inn, Applecross (that sticky out bit north of Kyle of Lochalsh)

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    Glen ogle burger van - A85
    Tigh-an-Truish Inn, Clachan Seil - B844
    Glen Uig Inn - A861
    Ben nevis inn - base o ben nevis ye cannae miss it

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    Spittal hotel Glenshee - Great run to get there too
    'Clatterin brig' tearoom and the south side of the Cairn 'O' Mount
    'Alistairs' in Fettercairn
    'Peerie Shop' cafe high street Lerwick (Great bacon sanny)

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    Once you've sampled the excellent roads on the way to Oban, re fuel yourself with the tastiest roast beef at 'The Juicy Roast Cafe' on Argyll St which is just off the main drag at the sea front.

    They do full roast dinner or (my favorite) roast beef on a roll............

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    Central Edinburgh?

    The Cafe Camino which is part of St Mary's cathedral at the top of Leith Walk. Great coffee, huge bacon rolls, excellent and reasonable other grub (inc veggie and fair trade) AND you can probably park the bike on the paved area at the front of the cathedral ... there's plenty of room.

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    There's a good one in Dunvegan near the castle and the other is the Drovers on the A82 near Ardlui. Looks like a ruin on the outside, but once inside past the bear its spot on.
    Riding out tonight to case the promised land...

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    Also for decent beers:
    The Ferry Boat Inn, Shore Street, Ullapool (one of my favourite pubs)

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    Waterside Cafe, Main Road, Lochcarron.

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