Through the front is the Roseleaf bar where there is a fantastic menu available night and day and through the back or rather at the other side of the bar is the cafe, littered with mismatched china and doilies. The Roseleaf has a quirky tea party theme. The menus are written in Scots with the prices being reminiscent of the Mad Hatter's price label. Even the night time cocktail menu consists of delicacies that are brought to you in huge antique silver teapots, aptly named 'pot-tails'. As a gin drinker I'm partial to the Rose bud (Hendricks with Rose scented lemonade with ribbons of cucumber).
Yes, but can you take the kiddies, I hear you cry. Yes! I say and kiddies of all sizes. The have high-chairs for the little nippers, a menu for the bigger ones (featuring Mince n' Tattie Vol-au-Vents for 400p, Super Power Porridge and the menu carries the promise of nae baddie chips because they zap your superpowers) and you can organise Mad Hatter Tea Parties for the even-bigger ones. The Roseleaf even owns a collection of vintage hats, hung from stands for you wear during your tea party.
Go to the Roseleaf! You might need some Rennies but you won't regret it.