We believe food should be fresh, delicious and seasonal. Locally-sourced where possible. Nourishing to body and soul, preferably both.
Local, seasonal and delicious
We love the fact that our customers can see our vegetables growing in our fields and know that just how few food miles their veg has travelled. It’s a great feeling to bring our crates of vegetables to our kitchen and to see them transformed by our chef later that day into wholesome, delicious dishes. When we can’t use our own produce, we prioritise using produce from the local area.
Artisan tea & coffee
We source our traditionally roasted coffee beans from Brodies, one of Scotland’s oldest artisanal tea and coffee manufacturers (we’re talking 200 years old, not 20 years old). Our traditional Italian coffee machines which transform our Arabica beans into a delicious cup of coffee.
Fresh bread and scones every day
Our artisan pastry chef has an early start, baking our fresh bread and scones every day in-house – believe it or not, that’s pretty rare these days. For our bread, we use traditional methods and four important ingredients: flour, yeast, salt and water.
No flour improvers, no enzymes, no stabilisers, no preservatives; plenty of warmth, time and skill.
Our home-baking includes treats such Victoria Sponge, scones, brownies, traybakes, cheesecakes, shortbread, empire biscuits and carrot cake.
Available to enjoy at home
Many of the items on our menu can also be bought in our Food Hall – so if you love the cheese on our daily cheese platter or especially enjoyed the bread served with your soup, why not buy some to eat at home? The asterisks* on our menu show which items are available to purchase in our deli, subject to availability.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” -Virginia Woolf
All of our meals are prepared in premises where nuts, mustard, soya, celery, fish, sulphites and gluten are also used.