Vibrant Kilmacolm based Cairn is the latest independent cafe to join Taste Inverclyde.
Located in the heart of Kilmacolm village, Cairn is an exciting cafe offering top quality food and drink options for diners. Having re-opened in 2017, Cairn has been hugely popular with locals and serves fantastic Scottish produce through local suppliers, including Mearns T McCaskie in Wemyss Bay, L’art Du Vin,in Dunfermline, New Wave in Alness and Ovenbird Coffee in Glasgow.
Alongside the recently expanded daytime menu, Cairn also serves outstanding cheese and charcuterie selections with a full range of drinks available alongside daily specials.
Cairn’s Owner, David Armour said:
“We’re delighted to be the latest local food and drink business to utilise the support of Taste Inverclyde. 2017 was a fantastic year for us and we’re making some further improvements to our kitchen in 2018 including the hosting of special pop-up restaurant nights which we will be sharing details of soon. Our daily specials continue to perform well and we will be launching our re-vamped menu in the coming weeks. We’re looking forward to welcoming new and frequent customers to Cairn.”
Taste Inverclyde’s Andrew Bowman said:
“We’re delighted to welcome David and the outstanding Cairn to Taste Inverclyde – our platform continues to attract new restaurants and cafes. The website has been designed to help local independent businesses showcase their offering, but also support with promotion of the business across social media for both locals and visitors to Inverclyde. We look forward to support David as Cairn continues to grow in the future.”
To learn more about Cairn visit their page here.