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“This Seems to have Become Kirrie's Premier Meeting & Eating Spot”
Review of Granny Annie Mays

Granny Annie Mays
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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

Had a late lunch at this lovely little teashop which is set right in the heart of Historic Kirriemuir ... namely the Town Square. We had the most beautiful home-made fare of Soup and Sandwich the better of which you will look hard to find. Served by a lovely, elegant waitress, Louise, Karen, the owner, and her daughter, Mya, we finished our lunch with, again, a marvellous in-house-created chocolate cake and tea ... and agreed our bill was very reasonable indeed. Granny Anny Mays is a quirky tea shop for people who like something real, no gimmicks, about their choice of eaterie. There, too, is a grand range of fairly inexpensive gifts for sale, decorating the interior ... all coupled with the palpable cheer and idle chat of the staff and customers alike, this is clearly a very busy business with Pleasing the People on its Agenda and at its Core.

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Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

Decided to try this bright & cheery cafe for a spot of lunch with my daughter & my parents. So glad we did as the food was delicious, the prices good & the service was really lovely & friendly. Also some really nice little gifts. This was our 1st visit but will most definately not be our last.

Thank Denise T
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Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

We visited this small cafe for afternoon coffee and cakes. It's right in the middle of Kirriemuir and looks out towards the statue of Peter Pan. The staff member was friendly and welcoming and there was a limited selection of cakes on offer. My slice of cake was a bit on the dry side but it was late afternoon on a warm summer day. The cakes tasted good and the shop was pleasant and quiet.

Thank Sarah Y
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Reviewed 22 May 2018

Popped in here for a light late lunch and coffee. I needed gluten free and they could not have been more accommodating. I had a nice Roast Veg and chicken toastie and Coffee. It was delicious and not at all expensive. This is obviously a cafe used by the locals and the only problem I had was paying as there was a conversation in progress with the owner. As I was in no rush it wasn't really much of an issue. Will definately be going back.

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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

As a family of 4 with a pooch it is not always easy to find somewhere good to eat but this place is amazing. Great mushroom soup and paninis, even managed a bit of shopping. If you are in the area pop in it is totally worth it. Thank you ladies x

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