Updates to the third edition as at 14 December 2012
NEW ORB raw vegan café, Edinburgh at Shining Light holistic centre, 246 Morrison St EH3 8DT. Tel: 075 800 25 200. Open: Mon-Sat 11.00-17.00. Juices £4, snacks £6, mains £8-10 such as brazil nut burger, Thai green curry, salad. Desserts £3-6 such as chocolate truffles, ginger ice-cream with fresh mango, cheesecake. www.orbcafe.com and facebook.com/OrbCafe
Black Bo's in Edinburgh has closed. (page 422)
Stereo vegan bar and music venue has moved to 20-28 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH. Tel: 0141-222 2254. (page 443) www.stereocafebar.com
NEW The 78 vegan cafe-bar and music venue, 10 Kelvinaugh Street, Glasgow G3 8NU. Tel: 0141-576 5018. Open: Mon-Fri 12.30-24.00. Sat-Sun 12.00-24.00. In the premises that previously housed Stereo, Glasgow now has a fourth vegetarian and vegan pub (the others are Mono and the 13th Note). Impressive range of dishes prepared in a largely organic kitchen, and everything is homemade on the premises from scratch and absolutely everything is free of any sort of animal product. Also look out for some unusual theme nights. Menus on website. www.the78cafebar.com
CCA Cafe and Bar, Glasgow now has all vegan food, making it Glasgow's fifth vegetarian pub! (page 445)
NEW Foxwood vegetarian bed and breakfast, 11A Ullinish, by Struan, Isle of Skye IV56 8FD. Tel: 01470-572331. A new house designed by the owner, standing in 4 acres of land surrounded by countryside, mountains and moorland, sea and islands, green fields with sheep and cattle. 3 separate areas: large twin ensuite with own lobby; double with separate single room, large bathroom with sauna, jacuzzi bath and shower; large family ensuite with double and single bed, with lobby and space to prepare snacks. £30 per person. Children £15 in family room, no charge for baby. JJ’s Bistro, with lots of vegetarian and vegan food, is 5 minutes by car. Treatments available in the house or nearby include acupressure, aromatherapy, cranio-sacral therapy, Feldenkrais, holographic repatterning, Human Givens therapy, hypnotherapy, massage, psychotherapy qi gong, raw food living, reflexology. www.scotland-info.co.uk/foxwood
NEW The Old Croft House, Isle of Skye vegetarian bed and breakfast, 6 Carbost, Skeabost, By Portree, Isle of Skye IV51 9PD. Tel: 01470-532375. Open: all year. 19th century former crofthouse is beautifully located next to the River Snizort, with views over the hills and plenty of walks from the door. They are perfectly positioned central to Skye and only 4 miles from Portree. One double en suite room from £25 per person, with private patio. Children welcome. Dogs welcome. www.vegetarianskye.co.uk
NEW Jacksons Wholefoods, Isle of Skye 2 Wentworth St, Portree, Skye IV51 9EJ. Tel: 01478-613 326. Open: Mon-Sat 9.00-17.00, Sun closed. Conveniently near the main square and harbour/quay, so they get lots of tourists stocking up here. Local sourdough bread comes in on Tuesdays. Fridge and freezer with vegan cheeses, meat substitutes, tofu, Swedish Glace. Lots of vegan chocolate. Bodycare. Supplements. Ecover cleaning. MC, Visa. They are part of Highland Wholefoods distributors and can order in anything else you need www.highlandwholefoods.co.uk
NEW Woodland Vegetarian Guest House & Yoga Retreat
Woodland, Rosehall, By Lairg, Sutherland IV27 4BD. Tel: 01549-441715 before 8pm. Open all year.
1 double, 2 twins/double (beds can be zipped together), £21 per person per night, single £25.
Children welcome. No pets. One owner is vegan and there are amazing optional mostly organic evening 3-course
vegan meals for £12.50 (open to non-residents).
Pinto's restaurant in Argyll has closed. (page 441)
For the latest listings get a copy of the new Vegetarian Scotland, 180 pages, £8.95, published February 2012.
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