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Visiting St Andrew’s for the day, we were searching for somewhere for a spot of lunch after the long drive. This little cafe came up as number 1 on trip advisor, so we thought we’d pop in.
It’s a real hustle and bustle environment, with...More
I was brought here with my mum by my cousin who is a student at St. Andrews. We all ordered an array of dishes - american pancakes, smoke salmon bagels with avocado, juices AND coffees, and all were delicious! Not too badly priced either, would...More
Called in for a coffee and had cakes too as they looked so good. Staff friendly and helpful - made a hot chocolate with marshmallows and Maltesers for our daughter. Enjoyed a really unusual scone - pistachio and raspberry - that was light and really...More
Lovely cosy spot where Kate met Wills for coffee. If you sit by the window, you'll end up in the background of about a dozen tourist shots. It's quite a popular place for tourists and locals.
Northpoint is cheap and cheerful. I got a good...More
Popped in with a colleague for a hot pot of tea and to get away from the cold wind. The service was friendly and helpful. The coffee and tea were good. The crowd inside seemed to be locals and students. And yes there is a...More
That is the banner headline above the door of this establishment, but it seemed to attract a variety of clientele from students to young mums to older people and everything in between. I went in wanting lunch but not sure what to have. I decided...More
During our visit to Edinburgh my wife and I took the train to St Andrews. (FYI Trains in Scotland are super easy to use and inexpensive for seniors with off-peak travel times- who need a car? ) A neat little town that we explored in...More
A busy afternoon exploring the streets and sites of St Andrews had us looking for tea and something sweet. We chanced on this little place which was busy and offered what we wanted. A pot of tea each and a slice of rocky road. It...More