The shop is great, full of Baxters good (as you would expect) along with unusual gifts (including the carved wooden duck with names). It has wines and whiskey, cheeses, sweets, soups, sandwich spreads.
It is over 2 floors, the bottom mainly shop area but it does have a small cafe, upstairs is more shopping but a decent sized restaurant where you can order lovely food. Not a massive choice but I am sure most people will find something they like whether they want a meal of a snack. If you are lucky enough to get a window seat you will get a wonderful view as you eat delicious food.
This is a great café overlooking the docking ships at Ocean Terminal. Inside the restaurant is very smart and welcoming, and offers a lovely calm, traditional haven from the noise of the shopping centre, and take in the view. There is an option to sit outside the cafe on 'outdoor style' seating, for a more casual visit, although the service is sometimes not as prompt there. The food is great, particularly the afternoon tea. It's a great way to sample a taste of Scotland from one of Scotland's famous brands, in a café setting. The adjacent shop offers a wealth of tasty products and gift ideas.
It's a worth a trip to Ocean Terminal just to go to Baxters!
I love the gift shop on the top floor. Lots of different gift ideas and knick knacks. The lady is very helpful. Arran aromatics and typhoon are some of the brands they stock.
They also haev gorgeous christmas decorations and tableware.
Good shop for some food in the down stairs area or a larger meal upstairs. Both sections have a large supply up little things that you never knew you wanted. I ind that it is pretty expensive though. Nice helpfull staff and good stock.
A nice little cafe which benefits from being set aside from the main eateries area in Ocean Terminal. We went on a Saturday lunchtime which was a very busy time and so we had to wait a little while for a table. The staff, however, were very accommodating and friendly and placed us at an excellent table facing out of the window after my mother mentioned that it was her birthday. We all had the lentil and bacon soup, which was pleasant enough, especially alongside the bread on the table. However the best thing about this wee cafe is the view - the large expanse of window on one side affords fantastic views over the Firth of Forth to Fife, which makes it well worthwhile stopping here even if briefly for a cup of tea.
This traditional café in a modern setting provides a great venue to sample the best Baxters produce. Be it lunch, dinner or a snack in between, this place provides a great venue. You can combine it with shopping, a movie or taking visitors on the Britannia. The store is a great place for Scottish souvenirs, unusual gifts and even has a cellar of interest to wine and whisky lovers.
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