My husband and a friend took our son into the cafe on Wednesday 23rd August . My son is in a wheel chair and they went in found a table and sat down . They were then told they would have to leave as the...More
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A very small cafe on the front, overlooking the quay. Being small, it is rather cramped and people calling in for takeaway snacks and lunches don't improve the situation. Having said that, service was reasonable considering the brisk trade. And that same brisk trade says...More
Had a 'top hat' (a snowball on top of the ice cream cone) from here early afternoon with the freshly churned vanilla. It was so good we had to get our daughter a second one before getting back on the ferry!
All is forgiven !! This latest visit we had the local ice cream which is just delicious. Pale and creamy and a nice big scoop full. The owner was chatty and friendly and the atmosphere much brighter and nicer. I guess you should always give...More
We went to the one across from the ferry. Had the meat pie. The gravy was terrible. My friend had the grilled cheese sandwich and it was so greasy.
Having visited this restaurant many times with parents when an opportunity came up to visit Rothesay we just had to visit Zavaroni's. It was just as remembered old fashioned bench seats and good quality fish and chips rounded off by one of there amazing ice...More
Stopped at this cafe with walking group of seven.It looks small inside but we managed to get all of us seated inside as tables have three chairs at each one, we pulled two tables together. Staff very friendly and attentive. Clean and lovely food would...More
Excellent little cafe run by a friendly Miss Zavaroni, we had coffee and we were made welcome as soon as we entered the Cafe. Worth a visit and convienient whilst waiting for the ferry to take you back to the mainland