The Tuck Inn
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.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
- Capacity: 28 seat cafe
- Open since: 1989
Reviews & features
Competition keeps Edzell buzzing12 Mar 2015
A thriving food scene shines in a village described as the jewel in Angus Crown
It is testament to the quality of food and produce on offer, that the village of Edzell can boast three cafs and two hotels all situated along the main street and all doing a roaring trade. Sharon Greasley, owner of No.63 a caf, florist and gift…