A hidden gem. The good and service was excellent. It's well worth a visit. I wish it was open in the evenings.
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Popped in for quick snack ,menu looked interesting so we decided to stay and have an early lunch. Food did not disappoint .Boar burger ,halloumi salad and Turkish smoked venison pizza all very tasty and the home made chips were an extra treat.
This is our 3rd visit to Thyme Cafe and we usually just stop for coffee and snack. Lovely view and spotless cafe. On this occassion we asked if sandwiches would be available and were advised no. Whilst we appreciate the need for range of food...More
The staff were friendly and the tea was excellent. My family all had cakes which they thought nice. I had a scone with cream that you pay extra for. I was disappointed to get a scone with just cream - no butter or jam but...More
Oh dear that's not good, you should have been given jam and defrosted cream with your scone and charged the correct amount! Please accept our apologies and come back for a complimentary slice of cake or scone.
It's been 15 months since we last visited but this cafe is the best on the island. The staff are friendly and the service is excellent. There was plenty of gluten free savoury and sweet choices. I enjoyed a pide on gluten free bread and...More
A rainy day on Arran and saw the Old Byre and Cafe Thyme Visitor Centre signposted on the road from Machrie Bay to Brodick so drove up to a lovely warm welcome from the friendly staff. Ordered home made lentil soup with home made bread....More
Hi Ellen, So glad that you came to visit us and enjoyed your time both in the cafe and the shop. We aim to provide delicious food and friendly service, together with a quality shopping experience. Look forward to seeing you on your next visit.
Arrived late to celebrate our wedding anniversary - Lorna was so helpful and the food was fantastic!
Thank you for your review, delighted that you enjoyed your wedding anniversary with us and hope to see you next year!
Went for lunch on a friend's recommendation but so disappointing. Chef away for the day and there was clearly no-one able to stand in. Cullen skink was crudely made and salty as seawater. Salmon/goat's cheese salads were just a block of salmon/cheese dropped on top...More
Hi Greg, Thank you for your review but we are a bit perplexed by it. The chef made the cullen skink before he went away and it was the same as always which gets good reviews, the salads were served as they always are, I...More
Found this on a very rainy day. Got in just in time as there was a queue by the time we left. Great home cooking we had a lovely meal.
Lorna and Turkish husband have undertaken a building masterclass to convert an old byre into a must visit Arran destination. Two must haves are Turkish Pides ~ to suit all tastes ~ and a range of teas and infusions to round off a memorable lunch...More
Hi Iain, Thank you for your complimentary review, we are delighted that you consider us to be a must visit destination and that you appreciate good food. Look forward to seeing you the next time you visit.