Muneroy Tea­room

The Oban Times - - Feature -

Lo­cated in the sea­side vil­lage of Southend on the Mull of Kin­tyre, Muneroy Tea­room is a de­light in more ways than one. Built in the late 40’s in a dis­tinc­tive art deco style where the orig­i­nal open coal fire­place and domed ceil­ings can still be found to­day, it is a must visit for food lovers, es­pe­cially if you have a sweet tooth. Own­ers Frances and Ian Hill have fast es­tab­lished Muneroy into a favourite eatery in Kin­tyre. Ian minds the store next door while Frances cooks up a storm of de­li­cious food and cakes in the kitchen. Not just your tra­di­tional fare, Frances likes to put a orig­i­nal twist on her cre­ations. Her huge fresh cream meringues have been such a hit that she re­ceived an award on the spot from the Scot­tish Bak­ing Awards! Vis­i­tors have named this a ‘hid­den gem’ and ‘won­der­ful in ev­ery way.’ Book­ing is ad­vised.

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