Situated in the centre of Kirkwall, Cafelolz in The Strynd, is a small but very charming place to eat.
“It’s been a complicated business getting them there, as, due to their status as an endangered species, folk can’t just acquire Lemurs and put them on display without special permission – and a good thing too! “
Cafe@no.65 in Victoria Street, Kirkwall, directly across from the Red Cross Shop is run by Orkney Blide Trust.
On the 1st May thousands of mums will take part in The Big Breastfeeding Café and The Willows Coffee Shop in Kirkwall, at the Garden Centre, will be joining the fun.
Local cafes in Orkney will be serving delicious chocolate cakes, buns and biscuits made with Fairtrade cocoa throughout the fortnight of 25th of February to 10th of March.
“The Wellpark Garden Centre in Kirkwall recently opened an indoor play area for children.”
“We wanted to play our own part and have been actively seeking ways to stop using conventional plastic packaging wherever possible.”
Light lunch for 2 people Total price: £17.95
The cafe at the Pickaquoy Centre Kirkwall is situated upstairs but there is a lift available. It is very user friendly for anyone with mobility problems
The Bayleaf is owned by Gavin, and is the source of many, many yummy things to eat and drink.