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Auld Alliance Restaurant

Dee, Dumfries & Galloway
07/08/2019: We visited the Auld Alliance on recommendation and we had a really delicious meal. A very varied menu, difficult to choose from, with local produce a speciality. We opted for fish courses with gin infused trout and scallops and chorizo as starters and we both had the special ‘turbot’ which was cooked beautifully. Difficult to choose again a pudding as they all looked delicious. Really recommend this delightful restaurant in the lovely town of Kirkcudbright.
01/08/2019: Came to the restaurant on Wednesday night with my mum, daughter, nephew the first thing was a great warm friendly welcome even with the restaurant nearly full. We where given beautiful homemade mixed herb bread and a bottle of ice cold water with the menus, I had the gin cured Scottish trout to start and then we all had amazing mains. This included coq au vin, Cullen skink gratten and freshly made sausages and hand cut chips for my 12 year old nephew that where totally enjoyed by all. The service was excellent and very efficient without being overwhelmed the restaurant was fully and listening to other people everyone was having a great night. We had the strawberry panna cotta to finish with a choice of Glenn Urr ice cream, all in all an amazing night thanks to all the staff and chef will Gill.



Galashiels and District, Scottish Borders, 20-30£
12/08/2019: Lovely family dinner on Saturday night. Staff were very friendly, service was great and all the food was delicious. Great salad with my pan fried salmon. Apple Pie and custard was yummy too! Other desserts looked very nice too.
11/08/2019: À l'occasion de notre passage à Galashiels, nous avons pu apprécier l'accueil et la bonne cuisine du Quins. Service rapide, plats copieux. Je recommande cette adresse.

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Galashiels and District, Scottish Borders
06/12/2016: Turnbulls ofrece una ubicación excelente en el que relajarse y hacer una selección de su menú interesante y variada.
29/11/2016: this is a lovely space upstairs which has great old fashioned feel to it, appropriate lazy music and great atmosphere. Food is good but not great - had a pastrami sandwich which a twenty stone labourer would have been proud of - great big doorstepping wedges of bread with the brisket and pickles inside - too much bread though and felt bad leaving lots of it. the fresh soup was homemade butternut squash but again too thick and heavy but was to be fair piping hot. The one thing though that lets this place down I feel is the service. Once again I found myself standing at the top of the stairs waiting to be seated in an almost empty restaurant whilst no-one even acknowledged me. After a few minutes I eventually got a seat but then again when tying to get my bill to leave, the two waitress were more interested in chatting to each other rather than watching for activity at their tables. its always a poor sign of a restaurant if you pay your bill and your plates are still on the table at that point. Its a shame this could be a great destination if they looked at the small things now and worked on how to make them better.

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Walker's Coffee House

Galashiels and District, Scottish Borders
28/01/2019: Bank street cafe is a lovely, warm, friendly cafe which sells a good mix of turkish and traditional food , the staff are lovely and friendly and the portions are generous, when your in gala pop in for your lunch, bon apetit
27/01/2019: Visited the bank street cafe with my family during our holiday, we had the sucuk, a halloumi and kebab, the portions were big and everything was delicious. My daughter and I had a Banana Split waffle which was amazingly good! The waitress and chef were really friendly and attentive, and the cafe has a nice atmosphere

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The Tatler Cafe

Tweeddale West, Scottish Borders
26/02/2017: This cafe could do with a freshen up, the cakes are lovely and not expensive, a nice welcome would make a big difference, and a smile.
26/11/2016: Slow service and not the friendliest of places if you not local. Very clean and toilets available. No pushchairs allowed inside due to narrow spaces between tables which is fair enough.


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