Wooleys of Arran
Wooley's of Arran bake breads, rolls, cakes and their famous oatcakes in their Brodick bakery, selling there and from a smaller shop in Lamlash.
Wooleys have been in Brodick as long as anyone can remember. Their oatcakes find their way to the deli-counters and restaurant tables of Glasgow and Edinburgh and beyond. To islanders and island visitors though, it’s a popular local bakery offering fine baking to match their famed oatcakes. Haggis pies, steak slices and bridies all use locally sourced Arran meat, while recent additions to their range of loaves include speciality breads such as rosemary and olive.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 1981
Reviews & features
Arran's joined-up thinking19 Mar 2015
A quick island tour soon reveals how interconnected the food producers are
Arran's food producers are an interconnected lot. Arran Fine Foods, at the south edge of Lamlash, uses whisky from the distillery in its Arran Malt Whisky Marmalade [http://www.taste-of-arran.co.uk/item.asp?itemid=325]. At the wild north-east tip, Isle…
Oat Cuisine: a selection of Scotland's definitive biscuit1 May 2009
Oatcakes are the definitive Scottish biscuit, but there’s a vast range. The Larder got together with Mary Contini in the Valvona & Crolla Food Hall in Jenners to sample a selection.