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

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    Crafty Kitchen Ardelf



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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Crafty Kitchen Ardelf


    Izzatt the same as the Crafty Kitchen in Ardfern

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    Katies Tearoom Birnam

    Discovered this place with the BMW auld manies club. Great food and reasonable and the odd biker or two.

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    I also forgot, much nearer to home the burger van at the round about on the east side of Coupar Angus. Don't think it is open on a Sunday but maybe in Summer.

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    The Scottish Liquor Centre, Bankfoot

    Just off the A9, about eight miles north of Perth and visible form the road, this is a cracking wee stop off spot for home made soup, coffee and delicous home baking. It's a really nice place and the prices aren't the usual "tourist rip offs". The coffee is excellent and we got a free liquor to go with it which given it's normal price made the cup of coffee cost £0.20p

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    there is a wee shop in whiterashes on the road between oldmeldrum and Newmacher that does a fantastic steak sandwich and will sell you some steak to take home.

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    Oh and the chippie in Newdeer is fantastic.
    try the chicken fillets.
    and if you get to Turriff you have to try Arlandi,s ice cream.
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    Woodys truckstop A9 Inverness

    Woodys truckstop at Inverness.

    Just off the A9 roundabout before Kessock Bridge (heading North).

    Take the road into Inv town centre and double back on yourself at the first roundabout. Turn left at the Tiso warehouse/shop onto henderson Rd. Then 200m on right hand side.

    http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF-8...i=lmd&z=14&t=m


    http://www.discover360.co.uk/portfolio_woody2.html

    Woodys is a proper transport caff/truckstop. The big brekkies are feckin' BIG.

    Bogs and showers there as well. Very well known in the Far North.

    Taking the GS800 to Inv for it's first service tomorrow...guess where I'm going fer brekky?

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    The Allium garden centre, next to the A9 at Balinuig. No website and it's next to the taxidermists.

    Excellent food, the best I've eaten at a roadside cafe.

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    Coach House Coffee Shop, Luss

    Coach House Coffee Shop, Luss

    Crackin wee place with a roaring fire + Great soup with a huge wedge of homemade bread.
    The Scones with Butter, Clotted cream and home made Jam are Braw + the "Lomond Latte" is Quality...

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    The Anstruther Chip Shop is a good place for fish and chips and serves all day.

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    Atrium Cafe Restaurant within CCW, Callander, Scotland. Lunches, snacks & home baking

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    The Horn Milk Bar, on the A92 at Inchmichael, about 10 miles before you get to Perth on the A92. coming from Dundee.

    Good breakfast. Real blast from the past. Usually stop off there when heading sooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambling Sid Rumpo View Post
    The Horn Milk Bar, on the A92 at Inchmichael, about 10 miles before you get to Perth on the A92. coming from Dundee.

    Good breakfast. Real blast from the past. Usually stop off there when heading sooth.
    Is that no' at Inchture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post
    Is that no' at Inchture?
    Well I actually thought it was at Errol. Anyway its right next to Perthshire Caravans and as the an says is a great rest stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Well I actually thought it was at Errol.
    I think the address is Errol, but Errol is actually back off the road a ways, isn't it? In the end I Google-mapped it:





    which confused the issue even more. I don't believe it's at point A on the map because it's too far back from the main road

    Settled in the end for point B, hence Inchmichael. You can't miss the place anyway; how many buildings can you think of with a coo on the roof?

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