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Restaurants Articles

16/11/2017
Tartiflette Night At Stacks BistroThumbnail for article : Tartiflette Night At Stacks Bistro
Head to John O'Groats.  Friday 8th December 2017..  
28/2/2015
Captain's Galley, Scrabster Wins Sustainable Restaurant Of The Year AwardThumbnail for article : Captain's Galley, Scrabster Wins Sustainable Restaurant Of The Year Award
Captains Galley, Scrabster and Cotswold Cafe were recipients of the Sustainable Restaurant of the year awards 2015.   Two very different restaurants, 700 miles apart, but who share the same outstanding commitment to sustainability, have been named joint winners of the Sustainable Restaurant of the Year award in London on 23rd February 2015).  
25/11/2014
Indian Restaurant In Wick Under New OwnershipThumbnail for article : Indian Restaurant In Wick Under New Ownership
The former Curry House in Bridge Street, Wick has changed hands.   The new owner Iqbal has chosen the name 'Red Rose Indian Restaurant".  
15/8/2013
The Blue Door Coffee Shop and Diner shortlisted for a prestigious Scottish Home Baking Award
The Blue Door Coffee Shop and Diner, based in Thurso, Caithness, is a finalist in the Scottish Home Baking Awards that will be staged at the 5* Mar Hall near Glasgow on Saturday 21st September.   The Blue Door Coffee Shop and Diner will join thirty-three bakers and establishments that have been shortlisted in eight separate categories that celebrate the best of the best home baking in Scotland.  
16/3/2013
Tea Cosy - Simply Unique Opens After Winter BreakThumbnail for article : Tea Cosy - Simply Unique Opens After Winter Break
Winter break over! The Tea Cosy / Simply Unique will be open from Easter onwards, a warm welcome waits.   New exciting menu and some old favourites.  
21/5/2009
Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant Back In Business After Arson AttackThumbnail for article : Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant Back In Business After Arson Attack
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.  
26/10/2007
Captains Galley, Scrabster Wins Taste Of Scotland Award 2007
The Captains Galley has picked up another prestigious award at the Silver Thistle Awards run by Visit Scotland.   Jim cowie has won the Taste of Scotland Award for 2007 adding to his growing collection of awards for his high quality fish dishes in his restaurant set in the foormer ice house at Scrabster.  
3/4/2007
Captains Galley To Receive EatScotland Silver AwardThumbnail for article : Captains Galley To Receive EatScotland Silver Award
EatScotland has declared, The Captains Galley will receive one of the first Silver Awards for high standards in Scottish dining.   The announcement comes as part of the launch of the organisation's much-anticipated Silver & Gold Award Scheme, which promises to raise the bar in Scotland's eating out scene and boost perceptions of Scottish cuisine worldwide.  
31/8/2006
The Tea Cosy At East Mey Is Simply UniqueThumbnail for article : The Tea Cosy At East Mey Is Simply Unique
There is definitely something unique about the Tea Cosy at East Mey.   Apart from the fact that it serves freshly prepared food using local produce wherever possible is situated near a fascinating part of the Caithness coast.  
New Businesses Get A Head Start
People in the far north who are thinking about starting their own business are being given the opportunity to get their venture off to a good start by signing up for a series of courses organised by Caithness and Sutherland Enterprise (CASE) under the Network-wide HIE Starts scheme.   HIE Starts in an initiative which helps give new businesses support and financial assistance by providing a regular income over the first 12 months of trading - traditionally the hardest.