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All reviews lunch cakes chocolate orange cake miso soup coronation chicken sandwich traybakes scampi ham side salad haggis fries lovely cafe visited with family lovely little place looked amazing wee gem
This was the second time we had visited the Smithy and this time decided to have lunch.
The menu is diverse and very reasonably priced. The food is fresh and tasty and the staff and friendly and helpful.
I look forward to returning.
We‘ve been there on a cold day. I had my first scotched egg there and loved it. The staff was really friendly and gave us some advices for trips. After we finished our meal we went in front of the chimney and had two Whiskeys....More
Lovely visit with my dog on a chilly afternoon. Enjoyed a bowl of homemade soup followed by tea and cake by the open fire! Relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff who made us feel very welcomed. We will definitely be back for more!!
Thank you Tripadvisor that you helped to find in Stirling a lovely place for late lunch. We wanted to try haggis as I also started make haggis at home in Estonia. Haggis was very good specially with real William Wallace bier. Staff was very friendly...More
Last minute find on TripAdvisor, great little place lovely atmosphere and lovely food. We tried the fish and chips and the scampi. Both excellent. Service friendly and food arrived very quickly, Glad we found this will be back.
Very cozy, apart from offering a quality product, well made and well presented, with great care and experience in the world of catering. The feeling when we entered the door was like entering a house and not a restaurant. If you want to stop in...More
We went to the restaurant on a few days stay in Stirling. Rainy day walked in to a roaring fine with 2 easy chairs and warmed up immediately. My sister and husband on holiday from Canada. We loved it. Warmly welcomed by the waitress. Menu...More
After reading the reviews I decided to visit The Smithy for lunch. The burger was awesome! So fresh & plentiful. The chips are light & crispy, I don't know how they make them so light tasting. It was such a delicious lunch that I returned...More
Dogs are more than welcome on the ground floor level and in the garden when the weather allows. We do ask that dogs and children are kept on a short lead. Water and gravy bones supplied and sometimes sausages if available... More
Dogs are more than welcome on the ground floor level and in the garden when the weather allows. We do ask that dogs and children are kept on a short lead. Water and gravy bones supplied and sometimes sausages if available. Colin