We have passed this place often wish we'd went in sooner. Ordered lunch I had seafood chowder my partner had goulash both were fabulous service was great polite friendly staff in an unassuming wee building. Looking forward to our next visit.
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We were originally going for lunch at a nearby cafe by a loch, ( not Loch Katrine) but left having looked at the extortionate prices, and rather fussy menu. So we thought we would check out the Brig o Turk tea rooms, and we're not...More
The building hangs together but inside there is a nice tearoom that is well worth a stopover even a scone and tea/coffee
My wife's birthday treats started with this place, of which I have reviewed before. And again, they served up great food and great service. A real gem of the Trossachs. Long may it continue.
We had Earl grey, ordinary tea, a jammy biscuit cake and a slice of chocolate cake, £9.60. The tea was good, 2 cups from ordinary tea pot. Chocolate cake had a middle and icing which was more like melted chocolate rather than normal icing, which...More
The Tea Room came up trumps when we were soaked during a walk up the Glen and did not wish to come in to be seated, they do not do sandwiches but provided soup to go along with scones and jam which were excellent. This...More