Warm and friendly little place with great soup, savoury scones and cakes. Plenty of other options on the menu too. Finished off with a 'hug in a mug'
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My two daughters and I visited this café after a walk and found it very pleasant with a good range of snacks and drinks. My youngest wanted a hot chocolate and they were very helpful, providing a smaller than usual 'cup' for her but still...More
Just stopped off in Glencoe for lunch on the way to Fort William, and found this little treat. The food, the cake, the coffee, all worthy of 5 stars for quality. And it's reasonably priced too. Definitely worth a stop for a quick lunch, but...More
Nice little coffee shop, but not spectacular, coffee was as good as any major chain, nice and peaceful on a late afternoon
My Wife and I stopped by here for a quick bite to eat between walks. The café itself is small and cosy. The sandwich I had was very overpriced considering it was just bog standard ham and cheese on supermarket bread, pretty certain the ham...More
We ordered the smoked salmon salad and their homemade soup. Our son ordered the carrot cake. Each one of them were very good and we could tell it was all made with fresh ingredients. Thank you for a great resting spot to refuel our bodies....More
Small, charming, friendly, the Glencoe Cafe is a great place to pop in for Scottish Breakfast (and to be squeamish, try your black pudding, it is yummy).
Took refuge on a wet afternoon - warm welcome with friendly staff. Wholesome home cooked food - excellent coffee - worth a visit.