Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Craigie's farm, South Queensferry

 Craigie's Farm deli and cafe in South Queensferry is one of our favourite places to go. It's surrounded by fields and behind them is woodlands where there is walking paths to walk the dog and build up an appetite.
They have a farm shop where you can buy goodies to take home and a cafe that is always busy. Homemade cakes, steak pies, quiches, salads, sandwiches, soups and roasts, something for everyone.
 We sat outside (in the rain!) and had our sandwiches, mine had cheese and coleslaw in it, served with crisps and Craigie's chutney, which is to die for.
 No meal is complete without a slice of cake, this time it was a chocolate one. Slightly dry it was but I have tried couple of their other ones before and they have been much better.
And one of the main reasons we come here these days is this...
... we can sit outside, enjoy our lunch and take Haggis the Dog with us! There she is, hiding under the table...
farm shop and deli full of goodies

you pick your own berries in the summer months 

lots of seating outside 
West Craigie Farm, South Queensferry, Edinburgh EH30 9TR - 0131 319 1048


  1. hey! Love your blog! Really great to see all the places you've been to in and around Edinburgh (and the world too!). I was wondering if you've been to any other pick your own farms around Edinburgh? My husband and I have tried 3 in Fife and all said that they no longer did PYO even though their websites said they did...so frustrating when all you want are strawberries! Love the idea of taking the dogs, I'm sure our pooch would love that!

  2. Hi, Your blog is fantastic! Great places and amazing food! Have you been to Indian Restaurant Mithas in Leith? That's the place worth to visit. Food is outstanding and atmosphere inside is magic. Take care! Kate