A bright and light-filled café on the banks of the Tay which showcases owner Mary Jane Duncan's home baking, with brunches, lunches and coffee all served as well. Commitment to using as many Fairtrade, organic and locally sourced products as possible.
A bright and light-filled space on the banks of the Tay, Kitschnbake is all about plenty. Best known for her home baking, owner Mary Jane Duncan never seems to know when enough is enough – thank goodness. Glorious cakes (three storeys high and quite often decorated with biscuits, flakes, or a pile of soft fruit) steal the show. Scones the size of small pillows come in flavours from plain to peanut butter and back again (and star in their own STV twitter feature, the scone forecast). Soups aren't bad either: spiced sweet potato with coconut and coriander is at once punchy and soothing.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
- Capacity: 30
- Open since: 2012
Reviews & features
Table Talk: Mary Jane Duncan on Scott Brothers butchers15 Sep 2015
Owner of KitschnBake discusses appreciation of Scott Brothers fresh produce
We are a small eatery in Newport on Tay, and very aware of the importance of using high quality products supplied by local, likeminded companies. For this reason we chose to use Scott Brothers butchers right from the beginning …