Judith Glue’s Real Food Cafe in Broad Street, situated across from the Cathedral, is open in the evening as well as through the day throughout the Festival and provides a good option for somewhere to eat when you’ve just enjoyed a talk and want to take the opportunity of a meal before going to the next one.
So for instance if you’d like an early evening bite to eat between a 5 o’clock talk and a 7.30 one, it’s ideal, and conveniently situated for the various town centre venues.
It provides opportunities at other times of the day as well, as it’s open from 9 am to 10 pm, Monday to Saturday, with Sundays 10 am to 6 pm. Last hot food orders need to be in by 9 pm.
The atmosphere is bistro-style, with the food cooked while you watch. The food is local produce with specials such as beef & ale hotpot, locally dived scallops in garlic butter, a seafood platter, or homemade local crab cakes.
The furniture is also Orcadian, with comfortable wooden farmhouse chairs and tables and an opportunity to try an old-fashioned strawback chair as well.
There’s more information on their website.
Special Evening Discount for Science Festival Visitors
The shop and cafe are introducing this year a special 10% discount for all Science Festival visitors when you shop, eat or drink with them in the evenings from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
All you have to do to claim your 10% discount is show them any admission ticket for any of the Festival events.
To reserve your evening table, you should phone them on 01856 87 4225 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
(The discount on food and drink applies to the cafe, and not to alcohol and food products bought in the front shop.)