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St. Andrews (Old Course) and Waffle Lunch

St. Andrews (Old course) in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland overlooking the North Sea is a world renowned golf course for avid golfers and is the largest public golf course in Europe.


The ruins of St. Andrews Cathedral, Scotland's largest and most magnificient medieval church.  It is a prominent landmark highly visible from the sea.

We stopped by for lunch in this cafe and for the first time, I tasted savoury waffles.  More often than not, waffles are served with honey, maple syrup or jam but I must admit that savoury ones are truly very delicious.


Home made soup served with a warm savoury waffle and salted butter ~ 4.95 pounds


Smoked streaky bacon with lashings of maple syrup ~  5.95 pounds


Pan-fried steak & caramelised onions, topped with rocket and watercress, dressed with a whole grain mustard sauce, served with fries  ~  9.95 pounds


Home made chilli con carne, served with tortillas, cheddar, guacamole, 
creme fraiche & salsa  ~  8.95 pounds






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