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Cafes & Cafeterias Articles
Reids of Caithness has been named Scottish Baker of the Year 2017 at a glittering ceremony hosted by Scottish Bakers, the association that supports and promotes the interests of Scottish bakers across the country. The baker won the following awards: Morning Roll - National Bronze and Regional Gold Corn Bread - Regional Gold Buttery - National Bronze "We are extremely pleased to be recognised as Scotland's best baker" said Gary Reid "We take our business very seriously and use traditional methods and craftsmen's skills to deliver quality every time.
A new Garden Centre and Cafe has opened in the old Lochshell filling station outside Wick and just along from Tesco. The new place is called Rivendell taking its name from the Lord of the Rings story.
Thursday 19th January - Tea Tasting Evening at the Whaligoe Steps Cafe Come to the Whaligoe Steps Cafe in Ulbster for an evening of tea specialities. Taste some of our 40 different varieties of tea, and eat tea scented; savoury, sweet and iced goodies.
Pentland Ferries recently added a cafe at their terminal for the comfort of passengers travelling with them. No doubt others in the area may appreciate a snack or cup of tea or coffee if they are in the area.
The owners of the Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant are back in business after their small restaurant in Castletown was destroyed by an arson attack. Only weeks after being put out of business they have restarted but this time in Halkirk.