Highland Region

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 CAFES AND COFFEE HOUSES RECOMMENDED BY YOU, THE PUBLIC
PLEASE NOTE - THESE CAFES AND COFFEE HOUSES HAVE BEEN RECOMMENDED BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC, AND NOT YET VISITED BY THE GOOD SOUP GUIDE.


APPLECROSS - THE POTTING SHED (in a walled garden). 'The soup was perfection - a hot steaming bowl with artisan bread. No need for a second course!' Kata.

ARDNAMURCHAN - NADURRA VISITOR CENTRE, Glenmore, near Glenborrodale on the B8007, on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. This is an area of Scotland, west of Fort William, that has so much water around it it is almost an island. But not quite. I'm sorry to say I have not visited this area yet. You usually find it is these remote parts of the country that are the most beautiful and untouched by man. The Nadurra Visitor Centre has a cafe/tearoom - The Antler Tearoom - where they make and serve their own soups, so if you're in the area it's probably a place you should not miss. For one of their visitors, the 'Lentil and Vegetable' soup was 'the best soup he had ever tasted.'

DINGWALL - STATION CAFE. 'The soup is fresh made every day and a variety of different kinds.' Herbert.

ROSEHALL CRAFT SHOP, near ROSEHALL, SUTHERLAND. It's on the A837 in Strath Oykel, about a mile before the village of Rosehall, and up a steep drive in the woods. 'All the soups, cakes, kedgeree, crepes are home made.' Carol.

TARBERT, ISLE OF HARRIS - FIRST FRUITS RESTAURANT. 'Excellent home made soups.' Rae.