This cafe is very popular with the locals; there are quite a few tables inside as well as some outside, and at a lunchtime they are likely to all be full. But there are enough tables such that you shouldn’t have to wait too long before one becomes available. The cafe itself is located at the rear of some buildings rather than on the square itself - this confused google maps a little, but in the end we found it. This does mean that the outdoor tables don’t open onto a busy street, and would be a pleasant place to eat on a nice day. Standard fare with something of a Scottish twist - my cream tea, for example, came with not only the scone, but also a pancake and a piece of malteaser slice. Despite being busy, our orders came out in good time and the food was tasty and fresh. The cafe could probably do with an additional toilet as the one toilet (which opens directly on to the cafe area) often had a line-up waiting to use it. Parking close to this cafe is very limited and you are likely to need to park in the carpark behind the shops on the other side of the square.
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