The Historic ‘Craiglea’ was built in 1893 and originally intended to be a pub, but it wasn’t to be. It opened as a corner store and traded continuously until 2005. It took 3 years to transform the run down old shop into the distinctive café that it is today. Whilst the heritage building remains the same on the outside, the inside is totally revamped.
It’s an eclectic mix with Victorian chairs, modern metals & marble and achieves a very relaxed, cosy atmosphere, inside and out.
There is ample free parking in wide, leafy suburban streets so you can relax and enjoy your meal without watching the meter.