Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Newton Stewart. Newton Stewart (Gd: Baile Ùr nan Stiùbhartach) is a former burgh town in Dumfries and Galloway, southwest Scotland. The town is on the River Cree with most of the town to the west of the river, and is sometimes referred to as the "Gateway to the Galloway Hills".
Things to do in Newton Stewart
4 based on 109 reviews
Called in for a coffe and some lovely homemade shortbread, my friend had coffee and a scone. Even though it was the last scone she said it was delicious. The hosts were polite. The dining area nice and clean. Book shop has shelves of loads of different topics, well stocked.
4 based on 86 reviews
There is a very wide menu for lunch too. The staff are helpful and the service is quick, even during the busy BookFestival last week, when they were also serving dinner. One of our favourite places in Wigtown!
4 based on 200 reviews
Dine in our relaxed book themed cafe /restaurant in the heart of Scotland's national book town
We popped in here by chance and were not sure what to expect. However the lady serving was very kind and helpful. The other person with me was pleasantly pleased to find gluten free menu with lots to chose from. He had the tomato soup served at close to boiling pint, with sweet potato and cheese followed by fruit crumble with cream ( he was offered vegan ice cream). I had the sweet potato falafel salad. The falafel were good and the salad was freshly made to order. The slice chocolate and beetroot (GF) cake was much larger and lighter than expected and delicious. There were nine meat free burger choices, baked potatoes, panini, the choice was large and imaginative, plus cakes, apple pie and scones. The meat loving other person did not notice the lack of animal protein. The cafe was clean there were upright tables and chairs and in the back was a sofa and coffee table in front of a French windows and a dolls house, there were books but we had no time to browse. Â£25 for two including a tip.
4 based on 155 reviews
The Belted Galloway Visitor Centre offers Newton Stewart and area a facility for both visitors and locals. Situated in the main town car park directly behind the main street, the facility has its own 12 space car park, full disabled access with toilets an
Lovely lunch a large selection on the menu all food ordered tasted great. Dogs are allowed in which was a must for us during our family holiday. Definitely be visiting again during our stay. Great value for money. Staff are very friendly, nice well presented restaurant.
4 based on 319 reviews
Smokehouse Deli and "Snack Shack" dining. All of the Marrbury favourites, such as Hot Smoked Salmon & Tarragon & Lime, wonderful fresh wraps, salad pots, pasta such as Hot Smoked Salmon with Sunblush Tomatoes and Basil. Its a snack shack to die for. Limit
Not a cage but a deli. But the diy tea and coffee were pretty good. A nice range of sandwiches and cakes but a bit pricey. Lots of great food on sale must call in on way home. Castle next door is interesting and great views. We'll worth a visitThanks very much for your review Hope to welcome you again soon :)Marrbury Team
4 based on 214 reviews
Very nicely presented and light eating place. Stopped for coffee and cake on two occasions when visiting Newton Stewart. Excellent coffee and freshly baked scones. Excellent service even though it was very busy on both occasions. Looks like itâs very popular with locals which is a good sign. Outside seating area for the bold.
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