Really quirky cafe , great food, great cakes , reasonably priced - if you’re in the Sleat area give it a go .
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Delicious, clean, welcoming. One of the best eateries in South Skye! Can’t wait to try the curry night.
Thank you for thereview - more curry nights coming up, hoping to make it a permanent thing throughout the year. So happy that you've enjoyed the cafe - see you again soon..
A cafe is a cafe right? Wrong! The old tin shed used to be the Ardvasar post office, it's now a wonderful welcoming meeting place with great food and a great atmosphere that is really special. Why? In a word quality: authentic Locally sourced produce,...More
Wow.. thank you so much for this wonderful review! I'm so pleased that you enjoyed your visit and I hope we'll see you again sometime. Thanks again, Sally
Back in Ardvasar once more and how lovely to be able to pop into Cafe 1925 at lunchtime and to catch up with Sally, the delightful proprietor. Two hungry folk were quickly served the tastiest of Cheese, Ham and Onion Toasties filled to overflowing and,...More
Thank you! It's always lovely to see you guys back in town (you know what I mean).
Cafe 1925 is tiny and charming! Had a wonderful, fresh salad, and delicious slice of lemon cake and pot of tea. The owner is lovely, and we got great tips on what to see and do in the area. Would go back in a heartbeat!
Thank you for the lovely review and for the Twitter mention! So happy you enjoyed the cafe. Sally
We have been going to Skye for the last 5 years and met Sally the owner on the local beach with her dog and ours started playing together.We were talking about various subjects and she said I would like to buy the old post office...More
Thanks Rab, that's really kind of you. We'll see you all again next year I hope.
Who would have thought in six weeks travelling in France and the UK we would have our best meal in a tin shed on the Isle of Skye? Full marks for great fresh healthy tasty food. If I lived nearby I would eat lunch there...More
Cozy and intimate atmosphere, great hearty food (sour dough breads, cheese, etc) and very friendly owner and life musik just for the sake of it. Really a hidden gem
In a busy tourist packed place how lovely to find this gem.....I almost don't want to share and keep this most special little place to myself.....super friendly - supper food - supper tea and coffee - supper dog friendly - I won't go anywhere else...More
Just went in to escape the rain. Very busy, very friendly and fantastic live music (Simon?). We only had drinks but loved the atmosphere.
Thanks for taking the time to review us, it's much appreciated.