Gather Kitchen & Deli are open. Advance booking is recommended.
Our mission at Gather is very simple – to celebrate great food and drink! We’re passionate about sourcing the very best local, seasonal and speciality produce for you to enjoy.
We believe that food tastes best when shared with friends and family so we offer a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and we’re doggie friendly too!
So, whether you are stopping by to pick up some shopping or catching up with a friend over coffee, we can’t wait for you to visit!
Everything at Gather is made from scratch in our little kitchen. Our menu is intentionally small and simple, making the most of the fantastic fresh produce and quality ingredients available from our shop.
Our daily specials change based with seasonality and availability and we make sure that our vegetarian, vegan and gluten free friends have plenty of choice.
We serve up speciality coffee from Sacred Grounds to sit in or take away and if you’re in the mood for something sweet we have plenty of freshly baked treats to choose from.
Our little deli is packed to the rafters with quality local produce as well as produce from around the world. We have an impressive selection of Scottish and European cheeses as well as olives, antipasti and our own homemade seasonal salads in our cheese counter.
We have a fantastic selection of wholefoods, top notch ingredients and fresh fruit & vegetables on the shelves. You can bring your own container for refilling with a wide variety of dried store cupboard ingredients.
At Gather we are huge supporters of Scottish food and drink products and strive to do our best to source local whenever we can.
Tuesday to Saturday – 10am to 4pm
Covid-19 – We’re Good to Go
In recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.
We are pleased to allow dogs into both our shop and our cafe, and we provide water bowls both inside and outside.
Please keep your dog on a lead and on the floor, not on the chairs or on your lap. To respect our neighbours we ask that dogs don’t bark.
Obviously no dogs are allowed in the kitchen for hygiene reasons.
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