The number of places to eat on Coll on an evening is very limited and whilst the name of this establishment was not very appetising the food certainly was. My wife had mutton and I had chicken breast and these were well cooked. We were served large portions and additionally there was an ample selection of vegetables. We had the house white which was a pleasant sauvignon blanc priced at under £11. We received prompt, pleasant and attentive service.
The Cafe is closed on a Tuesday and Wednesday. We only just managed to get a table on a Monday evening. We would advise pre-booking if you want to ensure a table. We went back on the Thursday evening and had the local pork cooked in cider. It was great and you could cut the pork with a fork it was so tender. Again we had an ample selection of vegetables and again we had prompt, pleasant and attentive service.
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