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US$5 - US$9
Breakfast, Lunch
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Reviewed 29 November 2020

Good food and coffee, a lovely spot to stop on your travels. Plenty of cakes and treats to tempt you

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed 6 October 2020

This is a delightful little cafe/bakery with absolutely delicious, mostly home-made on the premises baked goods. I think that was the site of the old Scottish Shop (for about 50 years) for those who've been this way before, Parking available right behind off the street...but here it's not a problem anyway. It doesn't have what you'd think of as a full lunch menu with a variety of food, other than cakes and sandwiches. So, more of a coffee and cake place or light bite, not a restaurant. And make sure you have time...the service when I was there was very charming but very slow. One person was making the coffee, serving people with takeaways, taking orders, doing everything and it was taking a long time. This doesn't matter when you're out in your own time for the day, but if you're on a work schedule, don't hold your breath. Couldn't fault it though, absolutely worth a stop off to take some goodies home with you.More

Date of visit: October 2020
Reviewed 8 August 2020

I was recently staying nearby and discovered this cafe in what used to be the Scottish shop. Great coffee and home made cakes. Lots of other items of food to buy to take home there also. The bread I bought there stayed fresh for days!

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 5 June 2020 via mobile

We discovered this little gem on a local recommendation. The variety and quality of the savoury and sweet delights made the best lunch for the four of us. You will not be disappointed with this wonderful little cafe.

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed 21 March 2020

We stopped in on our way to the Red Cow Farm, the cafe looked interesting so wet tonight we'd give it a shot. The menu was both familiar and unusual, so it suited the two adults and the two children. The beef pies received rave...reviews as did the ham, cheese and seeded mustard toasty as well as the traditional Greek pie I had. The kiddos loved their milkshakes. The crowning jewel was the coffee. I'm no coffee snob but I will be trying to locate Rush coffee closer to home as it was divine! Great food, awesome drinks and friendly service, next time we're out that way we'll be back.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 21 February 2020 via mobile

After a local overnight stay, we dropped in for a morning coffee. It was summer, but in the highlands that can mean anything. It was a cool wet morning and with the small amount of inside seating already occupied, sitting outside did not appeal. So...we grabbed takeaway coffees and a beautiful pastry. The cakes and pastries on display are very tempting and the coffee was good.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 29 November 2019

Popped in for Friday lunch. Had the ham and brie toastie with pickles and crisps. Friendly and welcoming service. A great spot for a simple and delicious lunch.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 1 September 2019 via mobile

Stumbled across this place on a quick trip advisor search, looking for coffee and snack on our way to a friends wedding. The friendly duo greeted us with a warm welcome, followed by a serving of the nicest coffee and most delicious treats- pastries, sweets...and savoury items. The perfect spot for a quick bite to eat, seating inside and out, or grab and go. A cute fruit stall sits behind the cafe, with a gorgeous big Great Dane greeting customers. Be sure to take your keep cup, a discount offered. Would love to see less takeaway vessels, the heritage listed building prevents a commercial dishwasher, all items served in recyclable containers. We visited 3 times over 2 days, highly recommend!More

Date of visit: September 2019
ginasfc, Owner at Sutton Forest Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 3 September 2019

What a lovely review, thankyou 😍

Reviewed 14 July 2019

Such a treat stopping in at the SFC! This pretty corner building used to be an old country butcher shop, and has recently been revamped into a gorgeous little cafe! Stylish, yet warm and welcoming, you'll get an amazing coffee (they use beans from Rush...Roasting Co... yummm!!), and the yummiest things to eat. Everything served up can be taken-away, or you can sit at the rustic communal table or pretty outdoor tables and take in the country charm of this little village! Bet you'll stop in once, then make any excuse to drop in again and again...More

Date of visit: June 2019
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