WeeCOOK Kitchen

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - YOURVOICE -

I’d heard talk of this new kitchen and when an on­line search un­cov­ered a tapas menu, I was in there.

We hol­i­dayed in Spain this year and sam­pled many a potatas bravas and, as this was now avail­able on the doorstep, we had to in­ves­ti­gate.

Book­ing a ta­ble via so­cial me­dia, I was told the week­end tapas menu was be­ing given a break and there were other week­end spe­cials to be had in­stead.

I booked a ta­ble for four and then el­dest son was asked to a bar­be­cue, so I changed to three.

Then youngest son also got a pre­ferred of­fer and we were down to two.

Sure I’d be marked as a prob­lem cus­tomer, I let them know, but the ever-friendly Hay­ley as­sured me it wasn’t a prob­lem at all.

The restau­rant is in Broughty Golf Club which is in Moni­fi­eth — I know! Con­fus­ing or what?

We parked in the golfers’ car park and walked along to the restau­rant. I’m used to golf clubs deal­ing only with mem­bers, but WeeCOOK is for every­one and not to do with the golf club at all.

It’s a small space with seats for about 20 peo­ple, so book­ing would al­ways be ad­vis­able, but food was also be­ing served in the bar area, though that might be just to golf club mem­bers.

The menu is small, but quite per­fect. Pre­sented on a clipboard, we had the gen­eral menu with that day’s spe­cial dishes at­tached. Starters on the main menu in­clude soup (£2.50), hag­gis pakora (£5), black and blue bruchetta (£5) and — what I went for — proper prawn cock­tail (£5) and from the spe­cials, my hus­band’s choice of rab­bit lin­guine (£6.50).

Mains have a burger and chips for £5; bangers and mash (£7.50), chicken katsu curry (£8) and sir­loin steak (£14). There’s also fish and chips (£7.75), king prawn lin­guine (£8) and Ital­ian meat­balls (£7.50).

How­ever, our eyes had

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