There was also a great view of Bass Rock out the window. (See rock on horizon in top photo.) It was one odd thing that E and I noticed about North Berwick. Most of the tea rooms are clustered on the High Street (and some very good ones including Cake, Charlies and Tiffany's Tea Room that we visited in 2009). It seems to be only in the Seabird Centre that you get enjoy a meal or a cuppa looking out over the sea.
Rachel and wanted it. This cake was quite stodgy (as I imagine it should be with oats though the staff couldn't confirm that it had oats) with some pleasing spots of raspberry, very little taste of whisky (that the staff could confirm was in it) and buttercream icing. I've always meant to try making cranachan for dessert but now I suspect that I might prefer to try a cranachan cake recipe.
Dinnae Fash range of tea towels and mugs.
Bunney's Deli and Cafe
96 High Street, North Berwick
Tel: 01620 890245
Scottish Seabird Centre
North Berwick, EH39 4SS
Tel: 01620 890 202