This restaurant closed several months ago. It lay empty for a while and has now reopened as "Monterey Jacks". I have not been there yet but it seems far more popular than when it was Cafe Continental.
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Pleasant service, tasty food, good prices, lovely views. Although there was background music, the volume was kept to minimum, and the staff virtually whispered thus creating a somewhat staid atmosphere on a busy Friday night.
Came in here for a late breakfast/brunch last year when 'catsitting' in Dunblane for first time ....waffles, bacon&syrup (delicious) but was later arriving just last weekend for an action replay. Ordered the 'sensible' Brie/chutney salad which was absolutely lovely on arriving friday (making me feel...More
In Dunblane on Mother's day and were looking for somewhere to have lunch. Came across the Cafe Continental. We were lucky that they were able to fit us in as they were fully booked. I wanted to have the beer battered haddock. When I saw...More
Went to one of my favourite places to eat, Cafe Continental on 27 March 2015 with family for my birthday. However there were a few 'issues' with our visit this time which was a bit disappointing! Starters - sharing platter for 2 (meant to be...More
Pre booked as getting busier. Staff very friendly, menus explained & we ordered pizzas. Had been looking forward to all day & we were not disappointed. Prices for sit in 12" were we thought a bargain @ £9 for lots toppings. Very tasty. We had...More
Called in after 8pm on a Saturday. Main dining area busy got given a small table for two near the bar. Only two men serving while answering the phone and dealing with takeaway orders. We got our own menus and decided on lasagne and fish...More
food is lovely and restaurant is fresh and spacious. the only thing that let down my experience was the slowness of service and offer of drinks