Lovely service and sandwiches made to order. Coffee and tea good too. A fairly wide variety of other basic cafe foods available too.
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Yummy snacks, and meals. Man with llama outside!! Man with bagpipes inside!! Japanese tourist coach expected. Made out day with the entertainment free to go with highly calorific food. Staff in period costume!!
Worth a visit for dinner if you are in the mountains - certainly the best food around. Almost fine dining - better than you would expect seeing where you are. Treat yourself to the scones for morning tea - taste great.
I'm not sure how credible the last few reviewers are because this place ceased to be years ago and has had a couple of different businesses since then.
We had morning coffee with huge scones, berry jam and clotted cream. We could have had only one scone, but tummies were happy! So were we. Lovely large fire blazing and comfy leather seats.
We had one evening meal there. It was delicious, but not what we would do every night. Great if you want that special night out on your stay.
We came in for scones - as there was a sign and on holiday (or otherwise) my partner is a sucker for anything scones! I needed real food and gave the pizza a go - so glad I did, it was gorgeous! So fresh and...More
Its not cheap to eat at the Highlander Restaurant, and while the food is quite good its not exceptional. Service likewise was only acceptable. The decor is interesting, and given more time I would have more advantage of the comfy chairs next to the open...More
We stopped in for a coffee, which was better than expected in this little out of the way place. The multiple knitted tea cozies, hats and scarves made by local people (and for sale) make for a comfortable and interesting stop as you pass through...More