The first thing that "shocks" the unsuspecting customer is the pink and blue design but your eyes become attuned very quickly and settle down to reading the tea menu which is the most extensive I've come across in Scotland. My wife plumped for an old favourite, Earl grey whereas I toyed with the Lapsang Souchong (not everyone's taste) and eventually went with "A very fair maid" which is mix of lapsang and roiboos and very delicious.
The soup came in large square-ish bowls and was accompanies by a large slice of bread and butter.
The challenge was the "big cake" - we had opted for the soup and "big cake" deal. The only way to really see the cakes was to go outside and look in the window but it is a small tearoom as the queue which was building up behind us attested. You really wanted to have everything but I went for the carrot cake and my better half for the chocloate cake. Both were superb and huge. My carrot cake was the most succulent, carrot (yes, real carrots!) and walnut packed version I have EVER tasted and I savoured it slowly.
Loved the special electronic waiter! (If you want to find out more, you'll need to go)
Wont be able to pass Pitlochry ever again....
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