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“Great food, lovely views”

St Andrews Cheese Company
Ranked #7 of 15 things to do in Anstruther
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed March 25, 2016 via mobile

My husband and I cycled along today. Last time I visited was not long after it opened and today we were really impressed by the menu, the food and all the beautiful baking. We had delicious soup, shared a lovely tasty toastie and made room for the best Victoria sponge ever- justifying it by cycling home! I pass the farm every day going to work and will visit much more often. There is outside space with tables facing the sea and its licensed and would be a lovely spot when it's weather to sit outside, sip prosecco (wines very well priced!) and have a delicious salad. Lovely wee gift shop too- great alternative in the area to the standard fish n chips!!

Thank MhairiMackenzie
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Reviewed March 2, 2016

Lovely shop and produce. Lady in the shop was very friendly and helpful. Cheese were lovely along with the coffee and cakes. Would definitely visit again.

Thank Caroline P
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Reviewed February 15, 2016 via mobile

Visited the cafe for morning coffee, a lovely light-filled building with fabulous views. Three of us had the cheese scones that were just out the oven and they were the best we have ever had! My 2 daughters had the Victoria sponge which was also delicious. Lovely fresh home baked food; would definitely recommend a visit. A great selection of cheeses to purchase too.

Thank JenAbdn
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Reviewed February 10, 2016

4 of us dropped by for apres lunch and found plenty to please and choose from, although the range for lunch menu seemed small and the prices a little high, would be good value if the portions were large... but we couldn't tell. Tea, coffee, chocolate and St Andrews brewery beer were served timely and a couple of cakes were shared and were all delicious.
Views of Fife coast is superb, from Crail round to Pittenweem, toilets are immaculate and well worth a visit.
They have a viewing gallery where you can watch the cheese making process but there was none on in winter weekend. They have a range of cheeses and other products for sale but could do more to provide a cheeseboard selection to sit in. As one of our party said, it would be great to sit outside on a summer's day with biscuits and cheeses and a wee glass of wine or port. We'll need to give it a try.

Thank David T
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Reviewed January 11, 2016

This was our first visit to the St Andrew's Cheese Company and we were in no way disappointed. We both had soup and a sandwich of different types and found all that we were served of the highest standard. The soup I had was French Onion, which can often be too sweet, but this was spot on, ideal for a winter's day lunch. Large sandwiches made with excellent bread. Price was what I would expect to pay, and I have paid more in the Fife area for a lot less quality. Service was excellent.
Nice cheese selection with the emphasis on British produce. If you can't find something to suit your taste out of this range, then I would suggest that you don't like cheese.
We will be returning. Well worth going out of your way a little for a visit.

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