Unique traditional tearoom with interesting history. Great food, loose leaf tea and beautiful surroundings, definitely worth a detour.
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Well we where here yet again and once again the food is to die for had an afternoon tea and the roast beef just melts in your mouth.Please folks thier is no need to go hungry if you visit this lovely little place ,you will...More
The inside of this tearoom is amazing. It must be seen to be believed. We enjoyed a delightful lunch. The menu is limited, but the food is delicious and served with care and some might say love. The deserts are exotic in name and taste....More
Great place, really friendly staff. Excellent service. Food great, I had soup which was amazing and the bread was also great Hubby tried haggis for the first time with a jacket spud and cheese, he enjoyed it. Also dog friendly so it's all good.
What a delightful place! Old-fashioned charm and a warm welcome. Great selection of home-made cakes and excellent tea. Poppy, who served us, was very pleasant. A family business. We enjoyed it do much, we returned the next day.
Found Kitty's while cruising New Galloway. It was like stepping back in time. Lovely collection of Edwardian/Victorian furniture, cakes and other foods, crockery and teas all beautifully displayed, with a friendly welcome and service. What a joy! Good choice of teas and wonderful cakes (I...More
Very cozy tearoom with interesting woodpaneling, great tea, matter of fact we buy the scottish blend since trying it there, lovely people 😊
I first visited 2 weeks ago when there was no hot food on the menu but had homemade pork pie and a Mata Hari desert. The desert was particularly delicious served with warm toffee sauce and ice cream. It was difficult to chose the desert...More