October 20, 2015 Breakfast, Forfar 3 Comments



Forfar. A perfectly sunny and crisp October morning. Having managed to complete what turned out to be a clockwork efficient journey on train and bus to the Angus town, I quickly identified the need for a breakfast roll. I took a stroll to Tiffins, on West High Street.

My compatriot for the day was regular guest quester Graham, although he’d already breakfasted at home by the time I arrived.

Bacon roll

Bacon roll

Tiffins is a compact little cafe with a nice homely feel to it. It felt a little trapped in a bygone era, but that’s no bad thing as long as the fare is hearty and homemade.

I was in bacon roll mood so placed my order with the friendly counter man. I opted for a brown roll, although decided that today no brown sauce was required.

The item was promptly with me and we were on our way. I munched as I ate on the walk back to Graham’s car.



It proved pretty good eating with a good fresh roll filled with decent and profuse bacon. It wasn’t the best or most exciting roll of my life, but it did the job more than ably.

So overall, I was pleased to check out Tiffins on my brief sojourn to Forfar. I know I should have been looking to try a bridie, but time didn’t allow for exploring. It gives me a good excuse to come back again, when I’ll be sure to pop into Tiffins for a cuppa.

Blythe scores Tiffins
3.5/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 13/20

I ate: bacon roll

I wore: pinstripes

Total bill: £2

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Written by BKR