Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Bridge of Allan. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you.. Bridge of Allan (Scots: Brig Allan, Scottish Gaelic: Drochaid Alain) is a town in the Stirling council area in Scotland, just north of the city of Stirling. It lies on the Allan Water, a northern tributary of the River Forth, built largely on the well-wooded slopes of the Westerton and Airthrey estates, sheltered by the Ochil Hills from the north and east winds. Most of the town is to the east of the river; the bridge is part of the A9, Scotland's longest road, while the railway line and the M9 pass to the west of the river. Bridge of Allan railway station is on the Edinburgh to Dunblane Line.
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4 based on 234 reviews
My wife and I have been in this cafe several times for lunch and visited again today for some food. We ordered sandwiches and coffees which arrived very quickly and were to their usual high standard. However, whilst sitting in the express cafÃ© we noted that the girl making up the sandwiches was using her hands to remove various sandwich fillings without recourse to any implements. On previous visits we had noted that plastic gloves were always used for both hygiene reasons and also to prevent cross contamination which I support and encourage wholeheartedly.
5 based on 40 reviews
We found this cafe while looking for breakfast, and were extremely impressed by what we found! It's a charming little cafe complete with packs of cards etc. They have a good menu and it was clear all food was cooked to order rather than being microwaved etc. They easily managed our various dietary issues and we had a delicious breakfast. We will definitely be back here the next time we are passing through!
5 based on 69 reviews
American influence diner Sit in / takeaway Huge menu Homemade to order In the heart of stirling town Child friendly
This place is quite small and plain, but they have a wide selection of options on the menu and make awesome waffles. I was disappointed that they did not have dairy-free milk for my coffee.Thanks for the review , sorry you could not get dairy free milk we have never been asked for it before in over 3 years operating & unless one of our regular customers asked for it we would not be stocking it due to being a waste of space & money in our small shop.
4 based on 301 reviews
Went to Toast for a quick lunch before a cinema visit. We arrived and although it was busy were seen to quickly. We ordered off the menu and sat while our food was cooked. Food arrived reasonably quickly given the amount of people in at the time (albeit in a paper takeaway bag) and we dug in. However, once I was sat eating I was interupted by a member of staff who prompted us both saying "it was ok on this occasion but next time of we would be charged for eating in". She quickly moved on. Two main issues. Firstly, I was not asked if I was sitting in or taking away otherwise I would have stated sitting in. Secondly, there is no price difference written on the board between sitting in and takeaway. Therefore, how can we be challenged.Fortunately for us we are only here on holiday and won't ever be back.
4 based on 159 reviews
From origins in street food, we are now in fixed premises on King Street in Stirling. We aim for awesome food and amazing service. Brunch, lunch and evening menus with take away Allpress coffee and home made cakes. We cater for gluten free, vegan and dair
I had lunch here recently with my wife and some friends. It was my first visit and the restaurant was pleasant enough and the service was good. The issue was that I ordered the wrong thing from the menu and as a result didn't particularly enjoy it. This was partly due to there not being anything on the menu that I wanted to order as I felt the options on offer were a bit "fussy". Everyone else seemed to enjoy what they had. If I went back again and ordered something else I might have a more enjoyable experience.Hi. I'm sorry you didn't enjoy the dish you chose. We do try to accommodate all tastes as well as offer something a bit different from the norm. Hopefully we have something else that you can try if you pop in a again.
4 based on 210 reviews
I visitd this place with my girlfriend, we tried salmon sandwich which was great and cheddar apricot chutney sandwich which was good, a bit more chutney would be great.We also tried a few types of cakes which were also very nice.The atmosphere was peacuful and comfortable.
5 based on 41 reviews
i love popping into Ciao for a coffee as it's wonderful and I love their Bruschetta with it. However I hadn't tried their food until yesterday. I had ordered a large Lasagne for a dinner with a group of friends. It was meant to feed 6 - 8 people but we had more than enough for 10 people! It was really good and everyone said it was the best they had tasted. What an easy way to feed guests - and it was really good value too.
4 based on 332 reviews
Taigh a Ghobha - The Smithy - has ceased trading as a licensed cafe/restaurant due to owner retiring.
Been twice now and loved it both times. Food is so fresh and tasty. Parking can be a little tricky so take that into account. But its just down from the castle or up from shopping centre so if you can't get outside, you can walk! Well worth it
4 based on 531 reviews
Dropped in on the way through the town. As usual the service and food quality was excellent. The medium haddock and chips is a great joice although there are plenty of other really nice items on the menu.Well worth a visit if you are in the area.
4 based on 404 reviews
We visited the cafe on the 20th July 2019. We ordered the balsamic steak sandwich for three people. The steak sandwich was unedible as the thinly cut steak was extremely tough and over done. My Mum and Dad diidn't eat the steak sandwich because of the nature of the steak. We complained to the waitress and asked her to pass my Mum's comments onto the chef about the sandwiches. When my parents went to pay the cost of the steak sandwiches was not waived nor did a manager come over to apologise to my parents or rectify the situation. A dissapointing experience paricularly as we have had good lunches in the past. The staff were extremely busy on Saturday, however, this should not deter from good personal care from the manager on duty at the time, particularly as the lunch was not up to standard.
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