Steve Sartori said 3 years ago
I ordered the burger. The middle of the pattie was raw. However the staff were friendly and I was refunded. The piece of burger I did eat repeated on me all day. My wife had the eggs Benedict. It was plain but edible. There was no advertised whisky tasting, except for the one offered on the tour. I was not interested in taking a tour and did not get to taste the whisky. I would have bought a bottle to taste except that the only bottle that I could find which was made by that distillery was $295. There were some other local whiskies and gins on offer. The chocolate range was OK and it looked good. There was a childrens' activity with the chocolate (make your own freckle) which looked appealing. There was also a gift shop before you get to the chocolate and whisky factory which was interesting. Overall I recommend going for a look but do not expect much from the restaurant or whisky.
David Easton said 3 years ago
Well worth a visit. Historic building. Interesting product range and you can have a meal/snack and beverage.
Christine Scott said 3 years ago
Great old building.. chocolate tasting ..but no whisky tasting untill September 2018.. lovely resturant and outside courtyard area
Kathryn Giddy said 4 years ago
Great place, great coffee and food, nice staff, good seating and tables. I'm hard of hearing and found it difficult to hear each other when it's busy.
Aileen Day said 4 years ago
Loved the adjoining gift shop. The food at the restaurant was amazing and the backdrop historically ambient. The chocolate factory was delicious offering free taste tests and even making fresh chocolate freckles for us to purchase.