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Review of Granny Annie Mays

Granny Annie Mays
Ranked #6 of 24 Restaurants in Kirriemuir
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

As a family of 4 with a pooch it is not always easy to find somewhere good to eat but this place is amazing. Great mushroom soup and paninis, even managed a bit of shopping. If you are in the area pop in it is totally worth it. Thank you ladies x

Thank crusher68
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Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

We were passing through Kirriemuir and looking for somewhere for a coffee break, so decided to try this little cafe. We had the soup of the day which was vegetable and lentil and it was very tasty - it seemed home made with big chunks of vegetables and really delicious. The soup was served with a warm crusty roll.

It was halloween weekend and the town seemed to have special events organised for children, with lots of people dressed up in spooky costumes. The cafe had got into the spirit of the celebrations - with little mini pumpkin lantern lights on the tables, and a ghost hanging on the door which made an eerie noise every time someone came into the cafe. The cafe was very busy with lots of families with young children.

Service was good though, and quite good value for money - £11 for two soups and two latte coffees.

Would visit again next time we are in the area.

2  Thank mariongEdinburgh
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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

There is a great atmosphere of friendliness here at this, the wee eaterie in what must be the prime site in The Little Red Town of Kirriemuir, The Gateway to the Angus Glens.
The award winning scones and all the home-baking are top class; even the most modest wee meal taken there comes to you from experienced and great cooking hands. There are many small items dotted around the shelves to peruse ... and perhaps to buy.
Try this place. I am sure you will not be disappointed.

Thank Angus E
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

Had run out of most things. Very basic menu otherwise not much choice. Premesis itself was very interesting. Don't worry if you miss this one

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1  Thank herries2116
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

Visited quite a few times this summer with various relatives, all who were impressed. The strawberry tarts this summer were to die for! They had run out on one occasion and spent time actually making them up,( having all the ingredients to hand) We had a warm welcome on each and every occasion, and the coffee was spot on too!

Thank Satwas
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