Home grown home made food. Best book if you want lunch. Excellent view of the sea. Gifts available to buy.
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We were in Orkney for a family visit and my brother in law took us here. Really good soya latte, a good choice if cakes and scones - the biggest surprise was the gluten free & dairy free cakes my choice of brownie was delicious....More
I explored Birsay on a very windy day. After spending about 3 hours in the wind, The Birsay Tearoom offered a place of refuge, but I wasn't the only one. They were very busy but, after checking with the occupants, let me share a table....More
We had lunch here a few times. The views are breathtaking ! Friendly staff, in a lovely tearoom. I had home made soup and sandwiches, hubs had ploughmans. Delicious, honest food. The cakes looked amazing, but we were both full. Great coffee too. We'll be...More
We enjoyed a lovely cuppa tea and coffee with some sweets while waiting for the tide to go down in order to walk across to the island. The staff member shared some great tips for our travels and had such positive energy that it made...More
This tea room has a good write up but we found it to be very slow, even at times when there weren't many folk in. Lavender Cake was sugary sweet, but little other flavour. Coffee was OK. Home made humous was stodgy and unappetising. Not...More
Lovely little café with great views. It was very busy, but luckily the outdoor seating was available (and the rain stayed away!) Cake was brilliant and the staff were really nice.
We stumbled across this little treasure quite by accident. We'd spent a great couple of hours on the Brough and the beach and was.in need of something warming and tasty. All the home baking and cooking provided by the ladies in the tea room was...More
This is a tea room at what feels like the end of the universe and yet at the time of our visit it was heaving with people. Food is local and freshly prepared so we had to wait a little but that was no hardship...More