Visited here for some lunch while waiting for a delayed ferry. It was busy but we only had about a 5 minute wait for a table. Food fresh and nice - cakes looked good but didn't sample them. Yes was nice as were the sandwiches,...More
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Ferry is late and time to spare and pass the Kitchen Garden and it's busy, but we've got time Shown to table and quickly to counter to order food 2 snacks and coffees and staff are both helpful and courtious Fabulous deli on ground for...More
We just stopped in for take away sandwiches for a picnic. I wish I'd known about this place earlier in my trip so I could have spent hours shopping here for our dinners at home. The cafe upstairs was nice enough and looked comfortable to...More
Warm welcome, hot drinks, great cakes and wonderful delicatessen with lots of tasty things to buy on a wet day in Oban.
We sought refuge here on one of the wettest days I have ever experienced. We had the chicken homemade soup which was amazing and quickly warmed us up. Followed by cheese scones which were freshly made and well presented. The staff were polite and the...More
First visit to Oban since kids refused to get wet again on holidays near Loch Awe or en route to the islands. It was food desert - at least we could not find anywhere selling lovely food. So it is pleasing to report that the...More
We were drawn into the Kitchen Garden because of the old fashioned feel to the shop front. Once inside we found an extensive cheese and delicatessen plus wine shop and specialised food products. We went upstairs to the coffee house and ordered scone jam and...More
Great place for a light bite and drink, it may be a little cramped in the coffee shop but the service is quick and the food very nice and good value. The deli is great to take a treat back home with you.
Half our party had to catch the Glasgow train and took lunch with them from here, reported it excellent. The rest ate in the cafe and this too was very good, really superb chicken, mushroom soup. Good cakes also.
Cannot comment on the delicatessen part of the premises although it looks interesting but the upstairs cafe is excellent. It must be as all the times we visited it was very busy. The home made soups are superb. A very comfortable atmosphere and,weather excepted,a real...More