This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
“A FARM SHOP, JUST OUTSIDE ST ANDREWS, IN THE BEAUTIFUL KINGDOM OF FIFE.” We have been traveling up and down to St Andrews from Edinburgh for years and have only just found this hidden gem. Unfortunately when we arrived the cafe was closing but we did manage to look around the farm shop and flower shop. We decided to explore St Andrews before coming back to the steak barn for delicious dinner. Tables at the barn cannot be reserved it works on a first come first served basis. The menu consist of a variety of steaks, sausages, burgers and chicken with a large choice of side dishes. We decided to share several different things from the menu. It was delicious. Definitely recommend it. I would like to mention that the car park surface is gravel and so pushing a wheelchair on it is not easy. Also as far as I could tell there are no disabled toilets unless there are ones in the cafe.
Transport & Parking
We drove to Balgrove Larder. There are sign for Balgrove Larder on the roads. The car park is a large gravelled area so it was easy to park but the gravel did make it hard to push a wheelchair. See photos)
Apart from the gravelled surface of the car park the access was pretty good. All the entrances to the buildings have level access. The flower shop was small and not much room to manoeuvre a wheelchair. I just looked from outside. The tables at the barn were not ideal for a wheelchair user but manageable if you sit at the end of the table. The overall lighting was a little dim but each table was well lit. (See photos)
There were standard loos but no disabled loos.
The staff were friendly and helpful. They seated us at a suitable table away from drafts and advisied us on what was best to order.
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Yummy yummy yummy!!!! I It was fun to eat in Barn.