As it's name implies, the Loch Croispol Bookshop, Restaurant & Gallery utilises the by now familiar combination of cafe / restaurant, bookshop, and gallery. However, unlike many in this genre, it is spacious and uncluttered. The quite limited menu offers typical cafe fare of panini, baked potatoes, burgers, macaroni, and fish and chips. I ordered the haddock and chips, and my wife went for the macaroni. Service was friendly and efficient, and our orders arrived in an acceptable time, obviously freshly cooked. The macaroni had a crispy crust as it should have, the haddock was cooked to perfection, and the chips, which appeared to be hand-cut, were thick, golden, and crispy. I can't comment on the desserts, as unfortunately we didn't have room. The toilets were spacious and immaculately clean. Overall a excellent little restaurant that excels at doing the simple really well.
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