Stopped in for Breakfast ! limited menu ! over priced and unfriendly staff ! i couldn't begin to describe the toilets ! would avoid at all costs .
When we walked in the staff just stared at us and didn't smile - I should have taken that as a sign of things to come. We picked this place for a quick lunch and it looked inviting. It is lovely inside but my brie and cranberry toasted ciabatta (£6.95) was not toasted, it seemed to just have been zapped... More
It was a perfect small cafe and bar to have a morning brunch. It was cozy and the service was excellent. A nice menu to introduce the food in Scotland. very tasty and attractive. Would recommend if heading out to the Royal Mile walk.
You forget your in the tourist trap, where overpriced poor food is easy to come by, this place is not like that, the menu is basic but all freshly prepared and very taste and reasonable price. Service was great, good was great, comfortable. A def for lunch, would recommend.
This was a quiet place to sit and have a small snack - but a full meal could be had there at a fairly reasonable price.Food is prepared on site- a good selection - like fresh soup of the day served with a slice of bread. The desserts are especially interesting and tasty ! There is an extension to the... More
hi been a couple times sells mostly san and ban and soups etc .staff polite food fresh lovely café recommend .wont find much better café wise so on high street need a cuppa place to go .not to big not much room for kids
After visiting St. Giles Church we went downstairs to the café for lunch. All items are freshly made on site. My husband and I each had a slice of quiche with two salads from a wide selection, Greek salad, Waldorf salad, etc.
I found this little cafe the first morning of a family trip to Edinburgh, and we ended up eating breakfast there every day! It was right up the street from our hotel, and had a relaxed and funky atmosphere and excellent food. I was a big fan of the ham and cheese croissants, and once Mom and Dad discovered the... More
Stopped here for lunch. It was delicious. We had the soup, and a ploughmans lunch. In the basement of the church, and they also have outside seating. Very good desserts too. Prices were great. Highly recommend!!
To be fair, we only stayed for one drink but service was very slow (at least 10 minutes for our drink to be served), it was quite expensive (for an uneventful little cafe) and the decor was rather drab.
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