If the weather or your mood is not inclined to a picnic, the Park has plenty of cafes selling fine Scottish produce, often with warming fires and loch views. From soups to soufflés, and pies to pancakes (the small fat Scottish variety, of course) plus an abundance of homemade cakes, you’ll get fed well. From Cullen Skink and black pudding and haggis pies to cheese soufflés and exceptional homebaking, there’s an abundance of high quality, authentic places to eat in the Park. Check out VisitScotland’s café and restaurant listings for more inspiration.
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