THE owners of a popular cafe in Balfron have every reason to celebrate this week after being voted the “Best Cafe/Coffee House” in Stirlingshire by readers of Parklife magazine.
Hard working couple, Jack and Joanna Doyle, who have run Doyles Cafe on Buchanan Street for over seven years, picked up this prestigious award despite fierce competition because voters said they offer ‘quality food and homemade fare in a casual and relaxed atmosphere’.
Jack Doyle said: “We are thrilled to win this award from Parklife and we thank the readers for voting for us in such numbers. “All our food is freshly made on the premises - from soups to cakes and to our speciality homemade pizzas served on a Friday evening, making best use of fresh, seasonal ingredients.
“We listen to our customers, pay attention to detail and produce quality food for all, including vegetarian and gluten free options.
“We like to think we offer a little piece of Glasgow’s west end - a casual, laid back cafe with good quality homemade food.”
AWARD WINNERS . . . Joanna and Jack Doyle with some of the staff at their cafe.
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