The Tuck Inn
- Telephone 01356 648262
- Opening times Thu 10am–8pm; Fri & Sat 10am–8.30pm; Sun 10am–8pm; closed Mon–Wed.
- Food served Restaurant: Mon–Sun 11am–7.20pm. Takeaway: Mon–Sun 11am–8pm.
- Average price £14 (lunch); £14 (evening meal)
- Website www.thetuckinnedzell.com
A cafe-restaurant plus takeaway fish and chip bar, focused on value for money and traditional favourites.
While the queues for the take-out fish and chips that run along the side of The Tuck Inn attracts the grown-ups, the plastic ice-cream cornet lures children keen for a cone and some scoops of Rizza's of Huntly. With staff that have been working here for a decade or even two, this institution of a café is particularly popular in the evening where, even excluding the regular promotional nights, the family can be fed well for a very reasonable price. Daily specials such as Bel's burger with haggis are written up on an external board and posted on Facebook. Takeaway light lunch options include bacon rolls, baked potatoes and panini with a variety of standard fillings.
As one of the leading local businesses in the Edzell area, we attribute our reputation to the lasting customer relationships we’ve developed throughout the years. We believe that all of our customers deserve the highest level of service, and we are committed to providing just that.
The Tuck Inn has been a famous restaurant in a famous village for over 30 years and although it is now under new management the same great food and custom remains. We hope to maintain and develop the restaurant and take away so the town and area can benefit from another 30 years of service.
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The Tuck Inn, Edzell
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- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Capacity: 28 seat cafe
- Open since: 1989
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