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“Great freindly café”
Review of Treats Cafe - CLOSED

Treats Cafe
Price range: US$3 - US$27
Cuisines: Scottish
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Restaurant details
Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Located in the Highland village of Kinloch Rannoch, Treats is a cafe, gift shop and art gallery. We serve warming hot drinks, refreshing cold drinks, delicious cakes and scones and a variety of food from our kitchen from soup, paninis, large filled rolls to farmers or rannoch smoked meat platters. Open 10-5pm daily with kitchen food served until 4.30pm.
Reviewed 18 February 2015

Great place to visit on a cold winters day for a bowl of their delicious soup and bread. They also sell a good selection of local crafts.

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1  Thank Andy P
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Reviewed 4 August 2014

Nice food, nice decor and rally friendly people. Worth a visit. Really cosy and interesting too. Shop has interesting things to browse too

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Thank Steve E
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Reviewed 23 July 2014

We had a couple of delicious bowls of soup here in June. butternut squash & sage, and cauliflower cheese. Both soups were extremely tasty and had some lovely crusty bread on the side. Delicious.

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Thank Màiri K
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Reviewed 3 July 2014

We have spent a week at Kinloch Rannoch and have eaten at this interesting cafe cum gallery three times. It is a very welcome sight in the village with its tasty soups, salads, sandwiches and scrummy cakes and scones. We had very generous portions of sweet and sour chicken on our first visit, Cullen Skink (Scottish fish soup) on our second and butternut squash soup on our third visit. On all occasions the service was friendly and efficient and the food was delicious and well presented. The local crafts which are for sale and displayed around the shop and in the small attached gallery add to the character and atmosphere of this welcoming establishment. We even left after our second visit with instructions and leaflets for lots of local walks, enthusistically given by our waiter. we wish them continued success.

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Thank Gill D
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

We had a long drive up to Kinloch Rannoch and so on day 1 we decided not use the car.
We walked into the village and went into Treats for a coffee and cake - we left with so much more. The atmosphere is very welcoming, the staff were a wealth of local information, the coffee and cake were scrummy. Everyone in the cafe joined in with our conversation about where to go and what to do, it was just the right start to our holiday. We have booked to go back to Kinloch Rannoch next year and hopefully Treats will still be there.

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1  Thank Eleanor C
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