Three Sisters Bake ( Last Assessed 2013)

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Today was a beautiful drive through the Inverclyde countryside for our third asessment of this Bank Holiday Monday. Three sisters is located in Quarriers village outside Kilmacolm .The history of this now commuter village is fascinating .In the late 1870s the village was founded as the Orphan Homes of Scotland by Glasgow Philanthropist William Quarrier.Quarriers still functions today and is a registered charity. Three sisters is at the heart of this Village in the old School room and when we arrived was already nearly full with every table reserved .We were lucky to get a table and decided to stay and see what all the fuss was about for lunch. .This coffee shop has a young trendy feel about it with a distinctly Deli -style menu. i absolutely loved the Corn chowder which was served with Homemade Sour dough Bread -excellent. When the sample of Cakes arrived we were treated to a Dense ,rich Chocolate Brownie,a Fig and Patisserie cream tart ,Beautiful scones and Gluten free orange cake .But the ginger crunch was a new one on me and was excellent. All in all a great lunch and great cakes .It was great to see whole Homemade cakes for purchase in the Deli also . Well done The Three Sisters.

The Three Sisters
Faith Avenue
Quarriers Village
Renfrewshire
Scotland
PA113SX
Tel; 01505 228 087

The Wishing Well Tearoom

The Wishing Well tearoom nominated today on our Facebook page
63 Montgomery Street
Eaglesham
East Renfrewshire
Scotland G76 OAU
Tel; 013553 02774

I popped through to Eaglesham today and had a lovely light Scone with some real butter and lovely raspberry preserve. A pot of Peppermint tea washed it down but sadly there were no cakes anywhere on display that i could assess -maybe next time when the season picks up.A lovely clean ,friendly tearoom which was more than busy enough at the time i popped in to warrant a few more cakes.See you again soon Wishing Well.

The Grumpy Monkey

This small coffee house on paisleys Moss street has a small but excellent display of homebaking which changes constantly.A lively and friendly Coffee house near the centre of paisleys bustling shopping centre. A great pit stop .
The grumpy monkey Coffee House,
22-26 moss street,
Paisley,
Scotland
Awaiting Re_Assesment instructions.

Baking with Melanie Andrews

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