We hope your 2012 has started with a smile and continues to grow with good health, good friends and happy times. It’s cold outside but there’s plenty in our great Scottish Larder to warm us up from head to toe! We’re proud to showcase a a selection of treats on our very first menu of 2012, including:
Award winning Loch Arthur Cheddar grilled on homemade walnut bread with organic pickled beetroot from Phantassie in East Lothian.
Burnside Farm woodcock with apple, juicy organic pears from Phantassie in East Lothian and local watercress from our friends at Scotherbs in Longforgan.
Linda Dick’s organic free-range chicken breast breaded and pan-fried, served with Carroll’s Heritage potatoes crushed with fresh thyme and Edinburgh’s own smoked bacon and local spinach cream.
…To name a few, but not forgetting Orkney Hand-dived Scallops, Burnside Farm Roe Deer, Lanark Blue, Loch Duart Salmon, Glencoe Mussels and East Lothian organic squash, celeriac and red cabbage which also feature on our January menu.
And, to finish, why not treat yourself to one of our homemade Scottish sweets :
Poached East Lothian pears in Crabbies Ginger Wine with homemade honeycomb and ice cream.
Homemade eggy bread with ice cream, caramelised apples, toasted walnuts and raisins.
70% Valrhona chocolate brownie with “Burns whisky“ cream and cherry chocolate sauce (for an extra Burns Birthday treat)
YUM!! So many delicious Scottish flavours to choose from!
Happy New Year and Good Health to all our customers, suppliers and friends from all the team at The Scottish Cafe! xxx
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