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We stopped in St Fillans to look at the loch and then found the Village Store Tearoom. Very cosy and warm on a chilly day. Very friendly owner who was prepared to be open all year when many are closed.
We were in St Fillans for the week and the cafe in The Village Store seemed the heart of the village, after stopping by for breakfast once we wouldnt go anywhere else. Honest food, exactly what youre looking for after a long walk etc or...More
We’ve stopped here several times now and can honestly say it is one of the BEST places on the road to the west to stop. We’ve travelled across this way many times and before finally calling in and I’m so glad we did. The food...More
I have visited the Village Store for breakfast a number of times and have not been disappointed. Fantastic filled rolls, lovely scones, great coffee. Also a great place to pick up a picnic to have on the banks of Loch Earn, just across the road....More
We rocked up at 7.15 am today, a Sunday. Whilst the do it was open for what I think was the Sunday paper delivery, we weren't turned away, had coffee and for 3 of us the best value bacon rolls ever! Set us up fro...More
Very well stocked store. I was personally looking for live bait
For fishing,Which was stocked.
The little crabit man that served us was so unfriendly and abrupt
Made me wish I had not bought anything at all. This person should remember that people like me...More
Thank James B
Captainand1stmate, Owner at St Fillans Village Store, responded to this reviewResponded 22 July 2018
I can only apologise if you found me rude. This year and particularly this time of year we are exceptionally busy. I have been struggling to staff the shop and have been run off my feet. This is not an excuse but rather an explanation...More
Dropped into the village coffee shop for a quick bite to eat before heading up to Tyndrum. Lovely scones and pots of tea served by the owner Liam himself. The shop had changed abit since the last time we were there in 2016 but overall...More
It was such a pleasure to just head to the cafe in back and have Liam, the shopkeeper (owner?), cook us up an excellent and generous full Scottish breakfast of bacon, sausage, black pudding, eggs, beans, tomatoes with tea and toast. Held us for our...More