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If you want to flee Edinburgh and are tempted by a rural venue that has everything from decent scones to a nature detective trail and PYO fruit in season, then Craigie’s is worth the trip. With a
fresh, contemporary look, its counter-service café/deli does ample breakfasts, homemade soup, a daily hot special (roast beef and Yorkshire pud on a Sunday), paninis, baked potatoes, ice creams and
cakes. Alcoholic drinks are limited to a handful of wines and bottled beers. The children’s menu includes baby food, and supervised kids can investigate the animals in the adjacent farm buildings;
there’s even a menu – and toilet area – for dogs. Craigie’s is off the A90 between Edinburgh and South Queensferry, around eight miles west of the city centre – check its website for precise
directions as SatNav may be unreliable.
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