Reviews on Soups food in Bridge of Allan, Stirling, Scotland. 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.
4 based on 100 reviews
Had a lovely lunch here today with my husband and mother-in-law.Fabulous home made soup, so nice to have 'proper' soup. We then had two macaroni and a mince.Very well presented and nice and hot, again fresh and home made, cheese sauce was delicious. Lovely cafe area, clean and comfortable, also extremely busy.Staff were attentive and service was excellent. Good value and will definitely return. Artworks in the car park area unusual and striking.There is also a fine area selling bespoke wood items, expensive, but beautifully crafted.Well worth a visit.
Small canteen at the rear of the factory selling filled rolls, cans of juice and other assorted scran.
Delicious fried breakfast & occassionally the eggs are ready. Always a welcome tone from the staff & a wide range of world foods are served to the staff.
5 based on 163 reviews
Meeting place for light lunch , coffee ( Mathew Algie) , cakes and flavoured loose suki teas Relaxed atmosphere and a step back in time for good old fashioned customer service.hot food sold all day .afternoon teas available if pre-booked . Some gluten fre
We stopped off here for lunch and we were very pleased with the whole experience.Food was good and although we didnât have any the scones looked amazing.Friendly service and the place was spotless.Would recommend if you are passing by.
4 based on 442 reviews
Situated in the small village of Doune, Perthshire a short distance away from Dunblane, Stirling and Callander as well as The Trossachs National Park. Doune is famed for its Castle, the setting of the film 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' as well as the
The first time we visited we were glad to snag the last seat inside. This time (following GOT and Outlander filming at Doune Castle) there were no seats inside but we found that they had moved to seats outside so we snagged one. Even as busy as it was we got quick service (as unlike inside outside was table service). I got a great bowl of soup and bread and my husband got a very tasty wrap of some sort. We would suggest this nice little cafe for a good breakfast or lunch or both!Thank you for taking the time to post a review. We are delighted you enjoyed yourself so much the first time that you returned.You are correct in saying that not only do we have seating in the main cafe but also our rear room (which you have to go outside to access) and of course our outside seating for when the weather permits! Itâs only fair to point out though that all areas of the cafe are table service. Thank you again for your great review - all the staff very much appreciate it.
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