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Hearty And Healthy Breakfast At Raemoir Garden Center, Banchory

OH YES... BEFORE WE STARTED OFF TO THE CASTLE AND THE FALLS OF FLEUGH, we went to a garden center in Banchory to have a hearty breakfast.  The home and garden center is called Raemoir and for plant lovers, this place will occupy you for many hours.  There is also a gift department for homes and I was very attracted and tempted to get some stuff.  But I don't think my one and only one  check-in luggage is able to hold the what I wanted to buy.  Ended up getting just two small jars of jam with whisky!   And of course, a very Englishy breakfast is the main purpose of coming to Raemoir....
At the car park...
Courtesy image from Raemoir website...
Sweet temptations..... 

Everything looks irresistible....
Milk...milk...... Hmmm..... I left the decision to my kids....  
I would end up ordering what I couldn't finish for I love them all....
Girl ordered a giant hot scone with their fresh raspberry and strawberry jam free for our taking...
A bowl of hot lentil soup.. I thought I wouldn't be like it but ended up drinking it more than my kids...
Sandwiches with chicken meat called cornvosoir or something....
They ordered a healthy breakfast for me....
No cakes.... See? 
Yes, we had a healthy and a full one too before we moved on.....


Comments

  1. What's with the jams? Butter? No clotted cream? I love the BIG breakfast overseas, enough to last the whole day.

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    1. Theres cream in the cup.... This one not buffet so we pay as we eat...

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  2. I all looks so yummy! And so many to choose from!

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  3. I will also choose the giant hot scone!

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  4. The scone looked huge!!! I like butter in my scone.

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  5. This place suits me, as i have sweet tooth, hehe...

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  6. See, you can eat western food one, nice right? :P

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  7. What? No cakes when there are so many delicious cakes there. :( bit your breakfast id tasty despite having no cake.

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