Jupiter Artland Café
- Box office 01506 889900
- Opening times Thu–Sun 10.30am–5pm; closed Mon–Wed.
- Seasonal times Open every day in Jul & Aug.
- Average price £11 (lunch)
- Website www.jupiterartland.org/visit/…
This review is taken from the 2013 edition.
Operated by chef Barry Bryson’s company Cater, the Jupiter Artland Café is in able hands. His track record in gallery and festival-based cafés is enviable, having previously run temporary pop-ups and permanent spaces at venues and attractions including Dancebase, Dovecot Studios, the City Art Centre, the Fruitmarket Gallery and the Edinburgh Book Festival. Open for lunch and snacks (with some outdoor seating too in case you really luck out), there's a choice of soups, sandwiches, savouries and specials made fresh in their custom-built, on-site kitchen and served up from a vintage 1953 Silverstreak caravan. Think hearty, farmhouse kitchen flavours but with a presentation befitting an arts venue, utilising quality ingredients such as Inverawe salmon and Hugh Grierson meats. 2013 marks the third year in its current guise and, having now secured a license, plans are afoot for the occasional foray into evening dining. Keep an eye out for a handful of special nighttime events featuring a set menu based on a Scottish woodland theme.
Our cafe is hosted by MILK who have created a delicious seasonal menu incorporating lots of local and seasonal produce.
All dishes are made here in the Jupiter Artland kitchen and include sandwiches, seasonal daily dishes, soup, homemade drinks, coffee, tea and freshly baked cakes. There is also a kids' menu.
The artisanal coffee is made in our vintage 1953 Silverstreak caravan and seating is available in the garden or Proposal Room next to the toasty log burning fire.
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- Private dining: Up to 25 covers
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 40
- Open since: 2010
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 6