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Bridgeview Station

sunny 21 °C



I have driven past Bridgeview Station in Dundee so many time - it is on the route from my home to Dundee Ice Arena - and every time I thought I should give it a try.

Finally I made it last weekend. I was meeting one of my cousins to discuss a family problem, and as she lives near Aberdeen, Dundee was the obvious choice of where to get together. Then it was a case of choosing somewhere convenient for lunch.

Bridgeview Station seemed right as far as location is concerned. It turned out to be a good choice. The food and service were excellent. The place is very pleasant and you have a wonderful outlook over the Firth of Tay. It was a lovely July day, so after lunch we were able to sit out on the terrace for a while.



I had a steak sandwich - made with ciabatta - and French fries. Mhairi had haddock and French fries. Then we had coffees afterwards. She was happy with her choice, as was I. She paid, but from memory my main course was £10.

I’ll be back.

Posted by IainT 00:42 Archived in Scotland Tagged food scotland dundee

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