Visited this cafe en-route to the North. The interior design is really nice and the service is very prompt. Is it the best coffee in Scotland - as stated by some locals here - probably not but it's good - the double expresso looks much like a single - and I have sampled expresso in many countries. It's a little un-generous. I ordered the bacon bagette which is desribed as generous and it is as it comes with mushrooms - tomato (1 slice) and ketchup. The bacon was plentiful but - pet hate- had the fat still attached and I would have preferred lean or at least crispy. However, that is personal taste and I cannot fault them for this. The bread however was unforgivable powdery, cheap bread - the type of bagettes you get part cooked from a supermarket. I did mention this when asked and they took it back, but the second one was no better and fell apart immediately. When you pay over £6! for a bacon bagette - you expect quality. However, how you deal with critisism really defines you and this owner automatically removed the price from the bill...which signals well for this place. My only other point would be the prices - which seem very high. This is not just true for this cafe but Aberfeldy in general....not sure why?
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