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    Visocchi's Cafe Kirriemuir

    Great place for a stop off when out a run up the glens. Spotless, good simple menu and great ice-cream Was in on Sunday again after coming from Deeside over Glenshee before heading across to the coast
    In the high street, town centre of Kirrie.

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    Earthy...........

    www.earthy.co.uk , in Edinburgh, superb food, large offroad car park, ratcliffe terrace, easy to get from the city bypass, near the meadows, funky outside chairs and tables , did i mention the fantastic food.......

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    Rannoch Station Cafe

    Good news - the Rannoch Station Cafe (on the island Platform) has reopened.
    At the time of posting it's open Monday-Friday 10.00 - 15.00.
    From the 29th of April through to end of September, the Cafe will be open Monday-Saturday 10.00 - 18.00. No Sundays.
    There's no connection with the nearby Hotel.
    The chap in charge - Steve - also has a Cafe at Bridge of Orchy.

    If you need to phone - it's 01882 633359
    Steve suggested phoning in advance if a group is attending. I'll try to get up and report on the purvey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghiribizzo View Post
    Good news - the Rannoch Station Cafe (on the island Platform) has reopened.
    At the time of posting it's open Monday-Friday 10.00 - 15.00.
    From the 29th of April through to end of September, the Cafe will be open Monday-Saturday 10.00 - 18.00. No Sundays.
    There's no connection with the nearby Hotel.
    The chap in charge - Steve - also has a Cafe at Bridge of Orchy.

    If you need to phone - it's 01882 633359
    Steve suggested phoning in advance if a group is attending. I'll try to get up and report on the purvey...
    I did phone today - line dead.
    All google searches are for last year! ??
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    see.....typical fifer.....would pick a fight with his shadow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerarddwatts View Post
    see.....typical fifer.....would pick a fight with his shadow...
    ........ well I did?

    You been imbibing again GWya?
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    Called in at the ShellFish Bar at Kishorn today. The place serves cups of tea/coffee, no pots but you can have another cup for only £1.95 I asked for Cullen Skink £4.95which to put it mildly was crap, liquidised with very little sign of any fish, I asked for a roll for my soup, 'don't do rolls for the soup' was the reply.

    It was an expensive tourist rap which doesn't deserve to stay open and none of us will be going there again. We were supposed to dine at the Applecross Inn but there was a cycle race on so we couldn't get to it.

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    Next time try the Waterside Cafe in Lochcarron.

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    In two minds about this but hey ho, it's too good to keep to myself.

    Cafe Gaia. Half way down Leith Walk. NOT an Italian cafe. That'll get you a flea in the ear. SICILIAN if you please and family run. Very tasty pasta dishes, arancini, melanzana parmigiana and monster size panini. Also very good coffee.

    Came across it while buying stuff at Wilkinson's tools around the corner in Arthur Street and is now a regular lunch stop plus her indoors likes it too. Bonus points!

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    "Davids" cafe in Inverary, soup you could eat with a knife and fork, home baking and fresh filled rolls. Sit outside or take away and eat at the front.

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    MALCOLM ALLAN BLACKPUDDINGS

    Malcolm Allan Blackpudding - Islay Recipe

    Available at several supermarkets - It's pretty good stuff

    http://www.malcolmallan.co.uk/haggis---co.html

    Slice it fairly thick, fry it and jam 3 slices into a roll................. YUM!

    Al
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    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackal View Post
    Malcolm Allan Blackpudding - Islay Recipe

    Available at several supermarkets - It's pretty good stuff

    http://www.malcolmallan.co.uk/haggis---co.html

    Slice it fairly thick, fry it and jam 3 slices into a roll................. YUM!

    Al
    Ave got heartburn just reading that ,wheres the Gaviscon

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