Just some of the reviews about our cafe…
Brilliant service, very friendly from both waiting on staff. Two of us had soup and sandwiches for lunch, there were two different soups; Moroccan chickpea and a vegetable with noddles. Everything homemade including the bread for the sandwiches. Another customer was so impressed she asked to thank the chef.Daily menu with a couple of quiche/tarts and rough puff pastry pies as well as specials such as calamari.
Excellent food and service. Lovely range of food. Breakfast choice lovely and couldn’t be more accommodating for coeliacs Tattie scones too gf
I came here with friends.. I have to say it was so good I came back here the next day as well as there were so many choices on the menu that all sounded delicious.The staff are friendly and welcoming, the decor and furniture was quirky and inviting. The tables are made of carved wood, giving it a rustic cabin feel.I ordered a vanilla latte with coconut milk, which was divine. Foodwise I ordered Eggs Benedict with black pudding & bacon, then asked for some spinach to be added. They were very accommodating, the food was incredibly good and the portion sizes were more than generous. I had definitely made the right choice. My friend had similar but with salmon instead of meat and she really enjoyed it too.It was definitely great value for money. I would recommend this place to anyone, even if it’s just for coffee - but to be honest once you see the menu I doubt you could resist eating there. They also have fresh baked goods on the counter, which I would love to have tried but I was too full from the eggs benedict.This place is suitable for all ages. They are also dog friendly. They have tables inside and outside. I will definitely be back here. I can honestly say it’s one of the best dining places I’ve been to in Scotland... and considering I was based there for over a couple of years and travelled a lot, that really is saying something.
Delicious lunch for all the family. Rough puff pastry special delicious and a hit with the children. Home made cakes scrumptious and enormous portions! Look forward to coming back.
I seldom struggle finishing breakfast but today was an exception. My wife and I visited this very good eating place where I had a Station House breakfast and my wife had a Goats Cheese Bacon and Cranberry Jam sandwich washed down with coffee. Both meals were excellent although the breakfast took some finishing but I did soldier on and managed to finish. My wife’s sandwich went down really well and was followed by a slice of awesome lemon and blueberry cake which she demolished in good time. Prices were very reasonable and the surroundings very pleasant. Well worth multiple visits.
My husband’s puff pastry chorizo pie and my amazing chicken and bacon sandwich soup and sandwich combo was so gorgeous.The quality of ingredients and value for money are excellent .The smoothies were the best we have tasted.We regularly come during caravan season and look forward to a cookery experience soon Thank you.
The search for a light and rather late lunch took us to Station House Cafe and we were very happy with our find. Trout pate for one and a mushroom tartlet for the other with imaginative fresh salad accompaniments were followed by a serving of delicious raspberry and white chocolate cake. A cut above the standard high street offering.
Station house cafe & cookery school was my go to spot for eating & coffee while in Kirkudbright. The coffee was superb (including their decaf). Scones to die for. Evening meals booked & catered beautifully with fresh & healthy ingredients at extremely reasonable price. BYO. The staff were friendly, professional and invited me through the kitchen to watch the fireworks over the harbour one evening. A gem.
Chose the Station House because it is dog-friendly, and we weren’t disappointed. Our 2 spaniels were made very welcome.Sandwiches for lunch - delicious freshly baked bread; local cheese and impeccable ham. The side salad was so much more than mere garnish: fresh and beautifully dressed. All in all, such a satisfying lunch we didn’t feel hungry again all day.Excellent value for money, friendly staff and great vibe.
We happened on the cafe while walking around Kirkcudbright, what an amazing piece of luck for us! We had two of the most delicious sandwiches you could possibly wish for. The bread had been baked that morning, the fillings were almost too much for the bread. The grilled veg and hummus was warm and mouthwatering and the citrus and prawn had to be eaten as an open sandwich as once again, the helping was very generous. They were both accompanied by home made coleslaw and a delicious salad. I’m a tea drinker and very often disappointed by some brews I have bought but once again they came up trumps. It was just as you would make at home, two good cup fulls from the pot and they were very happy to top up with hot water when asked. We also split a chocolate drop scone between us. This arrived on warm plates with a container of butter (not cold portions!) All I can say is Mmmmmmm, wonderful! The staff were so friendly and surroundings cosy. I’m even considering going on one of their cookery lessons as they certainly know what they are doing in the culinary stakes. Top marks to all.
At last, we have a Cafe worthy of the name and what a place it is! A cosy space with outside seating that delivers on fantastic coffee and food. Run by the Chef Nick Morris with passion and a thorough knowledge and vision of what a Cafe should be and supported by staff from his wonderful Cookery School next door. I Immediately signed up to do a half day vegan course (at £49 later this week - will let you know!) Highly recommend.
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