During our 3 month visit to the UK, 2 months of which were spent in beautiful Scotland, we decided spontaneously to visit Culross one fine day last November from Edinburgh. We were not disappointed. Culross was a peaceful town, few tourists and locals, for that matter, around. We were there primarily to visit the Abbey. After our visit we wanted a coffee and a light lunch and found the Biscuit Cafe and Gallery. We are so glad we did. We had coffee and parsnip and orange soup with bread, and cake afterwards. Simple food, appreciated. The waiter, a tall young man, was welcoming and smiling offering service in a discreet manner, peaceful like Culross itself. What more could people want when visiting such a place? This is a village cafe for goodness sake! (referring to previous comments on TA) Prices at the Biscuit Cafe, in our opinion, were very reasonable compared with big city prices. Thankyou Biscuit Cafe for a pleasant experience, one of many in Scotland, memories of which we've taken back to Sydney and mentioned to our friends!!
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