Stopped here last week after walking along from Dysart. We had planned to get a takeaway coffee but it was so warm and cosy, with excellent baking that we stayed. Staff were so helpful they found out the bus time so we could return to Dysart before dark. We returned this week before doing West Wemyss to East Wemyss and back, also a nice walk. Had lunch this time - spicy parsnip soup and a tuna melt panini. Both were very tasty, nicely presented. Children's sandwich was fine and all very reasonably priced.
I would recommend anyone doing this bit of the costal path should plan a stop here. It took us about 45 minutes from Dysart, and slightly less from West to East Wemyss. In the summer I would try going right on to Buckhaven.
As well as the cafe they do a bistro upstairs with evening meals Thursday to Sunday and a brunch at the weekend so I'm definitely going to try that. It's run by the community so nice to support that, but mostly I'll be back for the cakes.
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