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About a mile northwest of the village of Falkland (on the A912), the Pillars of Hercules is an offshoot of its parent farm, so expect plenty of home-grown produce on the menu. The café is wholly
organic & vegetarian, with rough-hewn decor that seems to have survived the wholefood 80s; there are also tables outside on the porch, & more over the road by the orchard if the weather
holds. The food is pretty basic, with soup, toasties, sandwiches, paninis & salads as well as specials such as veggie 'shepherd’s pie' topped with parsnip mash, plus home-baked desserts. Kids
are well accommodated & there’s a modest breakfast menu from 10am to noon. Off the beaten track & unlicensed.
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Very disappointing visit today. Ordered a cheese toastie which at over £7 consisted of one slice of bread cut in two (so in effect was half a Toastie!) and salad. There definitely wasn’t £7+ worth of food on that plate. I don’t mind paying for great food but today was a huge let down
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