This Saturday 17th September from 2pm, we’ll be joined by suppliers from around Scotland to bring you a taste of our famous Scottish larder!
As a Grand Finale to Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight 2011, we are transforming the Scottish National Gallery, Gardens Entrance into a Supplier Day Exhibition where local supplier’s will showcase their produce and share tastings with the public in a collaborative celebration of Scotland’s fine food and drink.
Suppliers attending include: Cuddybridge Apple Juice; Peelham Farm; Manna House Bakery & Patisserie; Campbells Prime Meats; Scotherbs; Caledonian Breweries; H J Errington Cheese; Phantassie Organic Vegetables; Graham’s The Family Dairy; Summer Harvest Rapeseed Oils; Whitmuir Farm Organics; Findlay’s of Portobello; Crabbie’s Ginger Ale and Royal Mile Whiskies.
Our first supplier open day is an opportunity for everyone to celebrate and share in the wealth of our great Scottish larder. We are proud of the time and commitment we take to sourcing and selecting our producers to ensure our customers receive the best quality when dining in the restaurant.
And, as extra special ingredients to celebrate the day, we will also be joined by Scotland’s own Ian Rankin, who will launch The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant’s new house ale, Reverend’s Reward, brewed by Caledonian Brewery, and be on hand with esteemed food writer, Sue Lawrence for book signings.
Join us on Saturday 17th September from 2pm and enjoy the fresh taste of Scotland! Find more information by following these links:
Supplier Day at The Scottish Cafe
Scotland Food & Drink Event Information
Scotland Food & Drink News Article