Taking my elderly neighbours on a trip to Cramond which is a beautiful place to visit. Decided to have a bite to eat and a coffee in the Cramond Inn (hadn't been there for years and will never be there again).
We looked at the menu for Sandwiches and ordered. When asked at the bar brown or white my husband asked for brown (thinking he was getting bread sandwiches) a stale brown roll appeared on a brown wooden board with limp lettuce beside it some pieces of red and green peppers and a slice of tomato on top. On checking the menu (did say under Sandwiches in small print 'wraps or brown or white roll). My elderly neighbour asked for a scone with her coffee and was rudely told they were an 'Inn not a Tearoom' . The Bar person who was talking to a patron with 3 dogs at his feet (which you had to negotiate round) was very loud and the waiter dour (for foreign visitors this means unsmiling). Know it is an old inn but it was dark dingy and uninviting and the staff rude. Never visit this place!!
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