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“Lovely little courtyard for a sunny lunch”
Review of The Courtyard Cafe

The Courtyard Cafe
Ranked #45 of 246 Restaurants in Stirling
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Reviewed 27 September 2016

Katie Rodger's dairy farm produces its own low-processed milk in fill-you-own-bottle form, ice-cream, butter and crowdie cheese. We've had lunch here sevral times and it's always good. There's a conservatory and a slate courtyard with tables outside. Soups, sandwiches, toasties and salads are all very good quality, fresh with local and home-made ingredients.

Thank David F
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Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

Interesting wee place. Lovely location. Enjoyed soup and sandwiches. Dairy products looked interesting.

Thank 2scots
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

We were lost out of our minds in the middle of nowhere, and saw a sign that said Homemade Ice Cream. So we went in. Great little cafe , part of a working farm. When you look up the hill, you think you're in heaven, the view is magnificent. Great interior. I gather the owner is also an interior designer. Fairly large inside . I gather hey get a lot of folks from Glasgow to come here. Ice cream was great and we ordered sandwich's to go for lunch. Really neat little place. Give them a try.

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Thank John B
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

Beautiful place, stunning surroundings and wonderful food. We went for breakfast followed by wonderful homemade cake and their own homemade ice cream as the farm cafe is also a creamery. The cafe is beautifully decorated and set in gorgeous surroundings and we ate in the courtyard as the weather was good. This place is off the beaten track though, and we wouldn't have found it if we hadn't been with family who live locally. However, even though it is hidden in the Stirlingshire countryside, it is very busy as all the locals clearly know about it. The creamery produces pasteurised non homogenised milk from their own herd of grass fed cows and the milk can be bought at the cafe. The melon and ginger ice cream made from this wonderful milk is the food of heaven!

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Thank ChristineDGlasgow
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Reviewed 6 September 2016

Had a lovely family meal at The Courtyard Cafe. Chose to eat indoors as too many wasps around the outside tables on the day. Enjoyed a relaxing meal from the good range of choices on the menu. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Will definitely be back for a further visit.

Thank Dave G
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