Tillicoultry (/ˌtɪliˈkuːtri/ TIL-ee-KOO-tree; Scottish Gaelic: Tulach Cultraidh, perhaps from older Gaelic Tullich-cul-tir, or "the mount/hill at the back of the country") is a town in Clackmannanshire, Scotland.
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4.5 based on 438 reviews
I visited here with my parents on Friday. Despite it being a snowy evening with icy roads, the restaurant was still relatively busy. The food, as always, was superb. I had a pizza and this is as good as you will find in Italy, lovely,...MoreHello we would just like to say thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely review and glad to be able still to have been open through those horrendous weather conditions Looking forward to seeing you all again Bar aldos and team
4.5 based on 255 reviews
The Tearoom at Cambus Restaurant is situated in the historic village of Cambus near the Trossachs National Park, only an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh and just five minutes from both the Wallace Monument and the ancient city of Stirling. Enjoy innovative and flavoursome combinations from fantastic Scottish and British produce in our Restaurant for either lunch or dinner. Using the freshest of local ingredients, sensitively sourced and simply prepared, brings a traditional and uniquely modern dining experience. Our approach to quality of food and wine is only equalled by our unstinting strive to that most elusive of things; a true marvel of ambience and mood. With our friendly staff and newly refurbished surroundings you will realise that good food is just one of the reasons to remember us.
I visited "The Tearoom" once again with a large group of Friends just after Xmas and cannot praise enough the service and food, all freshly cooked and piping hot, staff were very attentive and super friendly,I highly recommend you try it you certainly will not be disappointed, I can't wait for my next visit .......
4 based on 147 reviews
Great coffee shop. Barista coffee and tea perfect. Lovely selection of cakes. Lunch time menu delicious and well priced. Everything is made fresh. Soup gorgeous. Scones are the best. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Cafe des Fleurs is at the heart of the local community in the lovely village of Dollar. Now in our tenth year of business, we are renowned for our delicious fresh food, great coffee and home baking, all produced daily and beautifully served by the Famous CDF Girls! Visitors are always impressed by our original quirky interior, unusual wallpaper and vintage style artefacts curated over the years by the owners Ainslie and Carole. We are open for dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings - our 3 course menu changes weekly and showcases the versatility and pedigree of our experienced Head Chef Campbell Cameron. Our evening customers can also bring their own bottle(s) of wine - a small corkage charge applies.
Went for dinner on Saturday evening 11 November – four of us. Simply outstanding. Staff, service, food and environment were faultless. The attention to detail (service as well as food) and the friendly buzz in the restaurant made us feel very welcome. Most of the tables were full. The menu changes a bit I think … our starters were scallops, salmon and goats cheese. All delicious and the scallops were perfectly seared on the outside, but not overcooked in the middle – best I’ve eaten in a long time. Mains were pheasant, thai veg curry, steak and salmon. Again, the meat and fish were perfectly cooked and the vegetables had a good bite. All dishes were full of flavour and the presentation was to a very high standard. A fantastic evening … many thanks!
4 based on 14 reviews
While staying at Duchally, near Gleneagles,a friend recommended Harviestoun as the place to go to celebrate a birthday with a nice lunch. She wasn't wrong - it was a lovely meal! The staff were very friendly, and brought colouring books for our four year old. Menu was a nice variety, to cater for all appetites, and the food came in good time. I must say that the kids meal was of very good quality, and at under a fiver, it was exactly what a parent wants to see on the menu. As others have said, the steak pie is worth a mention, but all mains were excellent. After a rest, we chose to look at the dessert menu… glad we did! ALL desserts were to die for! The lemon meringue pie was served warm and was DELICIOUS! The sticky toffee pudding and profiteroles were also particularly delicious. So glad we chose here, and we'll certainly be returning here next time we're within a hour of the place. Delighted to have found it!
5 based on 330 reviews
Third year in the finals of Best cafe/Bistro 2017. Winner of Best cafe/Bistro in SE Scotland for 2016 and Overall Winner of Best cafe/Bistro in Scotland National Food Awards 2015. Small tearoom offering simple food, breakfasts, home made soups, breads and freshly made lunches. Good selection of homebaking including gluten free choices. Very proud of our Scottish Homebaking Award 2013/2014. Inspirational home of Mr Tilly, the loveable pug - available on Amazon books. Another Tilly Tearoom now open in Dunblane.
We were heading out for a run on the Motorbike & came across Tilly Tearoom on Tripadvisor, which determined our route for the day. We arrived mid/late morning & were very surprised as to how busy it was. Fortunately there was 1 spare table &...MoreThank you for your extensive review about our tearoom. We appreciate your comments and hope you will come back our way and this time try one of our cakes.
5 based on 103 reviews
Had a meal here for first time last Thursday, party of five & all ordered diff meals : really good large menu to suite all. We're quite happy to mix & match for us Chips instead of rice etc. Every meal was very good indeed. Staff were excellent & very friendly. No complaints at all on our visit. Price was excellent for the v,good quality of food we had ! Was quiet midweek but I would imagine u will definitely have to book at wknds! Only a couple of miles from my house & cant believe I never tried before. Excellent friendly atmosphere & smashing night. Followed by a quality few pints of cool Stella -! Will definitely return . Probably next wk.:::
4 based on 183 reviews
New menu since last time we ate here, still some great deals on offer.plenty of choice whether for lunch or dinner.
We had lunch,which was very good,and service was prompt and as usual very friendly.
When in Alloa I don't think you can find any other premise with the relaxed atmosphere the Old Brewery delivers.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
A fantastic night out with family. Mainly buffet style service with excellent service and real quality meals. The food served for 7 adults a 2 kids was really good.
Started with several platters of starters, pompadoms, sauces, all served quickly and efficiently. The mains with rice and nans were again served on time and with no fuss. Real value for money even with several drinks included. Great night.
4.5 based on 475 reviews
Family run fully licensed Restaurant serving up good wholesome food in acontemporary setting. Open seven days from 12.00 noon. Last food ordersat 8.30 PM.
I have been here a few times for both lunch and dinner. Always a great service from the staff. Very friendly and nothing is a problem for them. Food great quality and reasonably priced. Well worth a visit. Only improvement I would suggest is if you have a gift voucher you must always say at the beginning of the meal. I do not see why this is case as a gift voucher is the same as paying with cash and I forgot to mention once and they would not take at the end of the meal.
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