You’ll find Loch Leven’s Larder in a beautiful spot right on the Loch Leven Heritage Trail and close to the historic town of Kinross.
What used to be just a family farm has been transformed over the years to become a cafe, deli, and shop with a field to fork ethos that’s loved by visitors from all over Scotland. Today it’s one of the biggest employers in the area, employing over 80 staff, and has over 200,000 people visiting the shop and café every year.
There are two cafes to choose from: The Larder Café (with table service and views down to the banks of Loch Leven) or the Greenhouse Café (slightly less formal, with lots of light, long tables, comfy sofas, and USB charging points).
There are also two ‘pods’ in the garden in which food can be served if booked in advance.
All the food comes fresh from the farm itself or is locally-sourced and seasonal. All the coffee comes from from Brodies, one of Scotland’s oldest artisanal tea and coffee manufacturers. All of the tea comes from the Fife-based Wee Tea Company, who specialise in sourcing fine teas from across the globe. And all of the bread is freshly made on the premises by the artisan baker, using traditional methods.
And many of the items on the menus can be bought in the Food Hall – so there’s no fear of going home with an empty belly or empty handed!