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A good tearoom or cafe?

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A good tearoom or cafe?

Where can you recommend for a light lunch (eg sandwiches, toasties, soup, etc) and/or afternoon tea?

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1. Re: A good tearoom or cafe?

North Point cafe is lovely its on North street..also thats where Wills met Kate when they studied at St Andrews

The carrot cake is amazing

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2. Re: A good tearoom or cafe?

Mmm - unless you know different gusm007 its where Will met Kate....for coffee!! of course with that moniker you could be a secret agent!

I would recommend West Port Bar & Kitchen which also has a nice "sitooterie" for fine weather.

thewestport.co.uk/west-port-bar/home/west-po…

Haven't been for years but this place sprung to mind - and they are even advertising afternoon teas

rufflets.co.uk/wine_dine/AfternoonTea.html

Enjoy!

Woody x

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3. Re: A good tearoom or cafe?

We went to Gorgeous in Bell Street earlier this year, its got a few stairs up to the cafe which has a quirky 50/60's look to it. Huge scones and a slightly different feel to the surroundings

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