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ReadingLasses in Dumfries & Galloway

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What could be better than decent books, excellent coffee and fabulous cakes all in one small, cosy and friendly spot. I'd visit Wigtown again just for this coffee/book shop
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23 August 2018
10.0
It’s not difficult to see why this is the number one place for lunch in Wigtown. We were given a warm welcome, it was served in an efficient and friendly manner and both the soup and toasted sandwiches were completely delicious. Only thing I can find fault with was I found no copy of Lullaby by Leila Slimani which I need for book group!
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01 September 2018
10.0

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30/09/2018: Found this by accident as we drove around Loch Ken. In a lovely setting next to Mill Burn with outside seating too. Had a quick look around the giftshop before ordering breakfast. Soft boiled egg with soldiers and latte for me and bacon / egg batch and tea for OH. Lovely. Couldn't resist the treacle scone and cream as had never had one before. Even suggested some treacle to spread instead of butter. Delicious! Dairy alternative (it was almond the day we visited). Lovely staff. Quality homecooked food. Popular with bikers too. Loved the toilet sign - Och Aye The Loos. Genius!
27/09/2018: We stopped here for morning tea while travelling. The cafe is in a charming town and has a cosy feel. The servers were friendly and the scones with jam and cream were lovely. One of us enjoyed a black coffee but the cappuccino was disappointing. This may not be the place to stop if you are in a rush as everything takes place at village pace, but if you are not in a hurry it is a very pleasant place to pause.

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