I popped in whilst I was doing my nc500 route. Great customer service, great tea and coffee. Nothing to complain about, on the contrary - although the place ain't big it has its welcoming spirit. Good job, keep it this way.
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Went for lunch, interested to see if it was still good after a change of ownership. It is now even better! Only a small place but a lady invited us to join her table - interesting chat as she turned out to be the poet...More
Went here on the recommendation of a friend who told me about the hot chocolate, it was amazing, best I have ever tasted, had a cheese scone with it, which was served warm, absolutely delicious and the owner was lovely and friendly too.
What an amazing quaint and busy restaurant to find just about half way in a long day's driving. Our sweet potato soup and home baked bread roll were divine. The service was great and I was amazed at the number of people who came in...More
The Bridge Cottage Cafe has always been a great place to visit, and so it continues. Had lunch last Tuesday with offers of very tasty Spanish regional dishes as well as the previous fare. The cafe just gets better and better. Well worth a visit...More
Having visited on previous holidays in the area and been generally satisfied we found that the place is now owned and run by a lovely family from northern Spain. They have brought their own regional gastronomy and melded it with local Scottish cuisine to great...More
My husband, myself and our two dogs stopped for lunch at Bridge Cottage Cafe last week and it was amazing. The home made bread, locally sourced salad, home-made tortilla, latte and apple cake were all fabulous. I wish I lived nearer, I'd be there all...More
Really fresh ingredients and home-baked rolls makes for a great lunch. Smoked salmon sandwiches are fantastic. Our only gripe is that they charge the full amount for takeaways, when they should seriously consider a separate takeaway menu. This should be significantly cheaper as you are...More