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

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    The Whistlestop Cafe in Kinlochewe is well worth a visit. Good food, decent coffee, opens from 8am, and waitresses were lovely too.

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    howies bistro in dunkeld, excellent food.

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    Opening soon at 114 High St Newburgh, Fife...(previously The Blue Door Café) Dog and motorcyclist friendly. The proprietors are dog owning bikers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tengiz99 View Post
    The Whistlestop Cafe in Kinlochewe is well worth a visit. Good food, decent coffee, opens from 8am, and waitresses were lovely too.
    Lovely Breakfasts but note they are closed on Sundays

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey B View Post
    The Pier Cafe, Lairg. A bit posh to be called a greasy spoon but reasonable prices and great food.

    http://www.pier-cafe.co.uk/
    Not far south of there (turn right across the river and past the petrol station) is the Falls of Shin visitor centre. Good food and great coffee and handy for a group of bikes as there’s plenty of space / parking.

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    I’m biased as PD was second home but with the best fish n chips on the east coast and reasonable the Dolphin Caff Peterhead fish market site but open to all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishy23 View Post
    I’m biased as PD was second home but with the best fish n chips on the east coast and reasonable the Dolphin Caff Peterhead fish market site but open to all.
    Back in the uni day, hitched a lift with present missus SB from a panel van crewed by Twa Peterheid loons. Might as well have been spikkin Swahili to us! Lossie Quine missus even struggled at times!

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