Nice comfy restaurant with attentive staff and a good basic menu. Farm produce is showcased including their own strawberries and Scottish raised buffalo meat which is sumptuous.
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Visited this great little place on a recent sunny day with my 7 y/o grandaughter. What a find! We picked our own strawberries and chose a big bag full of fresh vegetables then went into the tearoom. Didn't know where to start! Cakes are gorgeous!...More
Blacketyside Farm Shop is a wonderful surprise to those of us who are not familiar with the 'Farm Shop' concept. Blacketyside Farm Shop is not just a roadside hutch that sells a few stale carrots and left-over cauliflowers that the local High St. Vegie shop...More
We stopped here for lunch on a summer Saturday on our way to St Andrews for the weekend. We were 4 adults and a 4-year-old. We were given a table right away and found that there was a good choice on the menu. We were...More
Was in on Wednesday with my husband and granddaughter. The girl who served us at the till was really polite however the girl who brought our scones over to us didn't speak to us at all. she placed the plates down and then walked away...More
The meals the three adults had today were fine - homemade soup with a small piece of bread. We ordered a kids meal for our 2 year old which wasn't very small kids friendly! The ham was in huge slices, the grapes were whole and...More
Be careful what you order. We only received scones with no butter and jam. They then brought clotted cream and butter and jam and charged us for a cream tea. Overpriced with no acknowledgement of wrong order. Were charged for strawberries too that we didn't...More