How we came to be - part 1
By AliBob, Mar 19 2014 07:00AM
Pursuing a long-held ambition to have our own food business, "ALIBOB @ CAIRN O'MOHR" is the new, independently managed, cafe at the CAIRN O'MOHR WINERY in Errol, Perthshire. We are passionate about fresh, seasonal and local produce that caters for those seeking authentic homemade food. Our primary source of ingredients will be our own front doorstep - the Carse of Gowrie - using soft fruits, herbs, eggs, meat and a range of other ingredients available from small, independent producers operating between Perth and Dundee. The CAIRN O'MOHR WINERY is a premier example of how foraging and use of local produce can serve as the foundation of successful enterprise and we will be applying this ethos to ALIBOB @ CAIRN O'MOHR.
We serve coffee that is freshly ground from beans roasted daily in Dundee, bread that is baked fresh each morning in Perth and a range of homebaked cakes, scones, pastries and goodies made by Ali each day. Stop in and say hello, take a few moments out of your hectic day to relax in ALIBOB @ CAIRN O'MOHR and enjoy some 'me' time with friends and family.
We are also able to offer catering for larger groups and events and already have a number of bookings throughout the year for parties visiting the winery. Get in touch to enquire about how ALIBOB @ CAIRN O'MOHR can help with your event catering requirements.
Hi. Wondered if you're open tomorrow? 22nd Dec?
Have a great Christmas.
Hi Anne, I'm afraid we closed on December 17th this year for our winter break. We will reopen Friday 2nd Feb 2018 10-4 pm on Friday through Sunday until the middle of March.
Hi, my friends and I are coming up for the winery tour soon, and we wondered if our wee dog would be welcome in the cafe. We can send her to her grannie's if dogs are not supposed to be in the cafe though.
Hiya, wonderful to hear from you and delighted that you are coming to see us. Yes, indeed, well-behaved dogs are very welcome in our cafe; however, they are not allowed on the winery tour as it includes food production areas - so you would need to have a plan for that part of your visit? If that makes sense. We would love to offer dog-sitting services, but it depends on how busy the cafe is and what staff we would have to keep an eye on your pup? We'll help out if we can x Ali x