Went to this tearoom for lunch at the beginning of November after a walk in Glen Finglas. A lovely cosy, warm welcome awaited up followed by a really scrummy lunch. We had cream of celeriac soup, followed by mouth watering cakes. The menu for more substantial meals looked very different to those fast food attempts in most establishments at this time of the year. I think one of the owners/cooks must be Polish or Hungarian as you could see the influence in the menu.They seemed to have extended opening hours into the evening during touristy times, and I for one would definately give it a try if I were staying in the area. I have a feeling they may go onto winter hours so maybe phone before you go. Don't be put off by the ecclectic mixture of furniture, cups/plates etc. Just part of the charm. Well done.
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