This is the only place to stop to eat in many many miles and so as such, it was a welcome addition to a rainy day on Lewis. We passed by at first because it is just someones house and did not look open. However, it is listed on a local map of attractions so we decided to call in on our way out of Uig. We were warmly welcomed by a young lady and she explained the menu on the board. It only serves sandwhiches or filled jacket potatoes really, and soup. Our soup was delicious, as were the sandwhiches which had local fayre. Cakes are available as self service. Tea is served in tea cups and sauces and has a quaint homely feel. It is very isolated and could perhaps make more of a captive audience by widening a menu, but that is merely opinion. Good service, interesting experience.
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