We took a day trip to Coll, which includes a guided trip around the island and some free time. There are two places to dine of Coll and we opted for the cafe.
Life runs at a different pace in Coll, which perhaps is something to be enjoyed rather than a cause for irritation. Service in the cafe might therefore be slower than in Starbucks.
The food is nice, and individually prepared and they were able to accomodate guten free with no dificulty. In fact, here, in the most remote place, we received he most understanding and service for dietary needs and greatest choice of anywhere on our tour of Scotland. Some metropolitan establishments and chefs should be humbled by the comparison.
The food is lcoal. Really local, and much of it is from the Island.
The cafe is also frequented by locals, some of whom make a regular lunch call to the cafe as part of their daily routine. Children are very welcome, and there are supplies of toys for them. There are both tables and also sofas. Outside there are tables for when the weather is fine.
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