Food and Drink
A local cafe owned by a husband and wife team Lesley and David, established in May 2007
Serving a selection of Breakfast options, tasty Lunches, and home baking, including take-away.
The cafe sits in the centre of the village on Drummond Street and is friendly and cosy.
They have gluten free options including gluten free porridge,various biscuits and muffins plus bread David tries to do a gluten free soup daily and vegetarian option too Soya milk and Almond milk is also available just ask next time you are in and we will try our best to meet your dietary requirements.
Email them is you have any specific requirements; firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also follow them on their Facebook page; https://www.facebook.com/cafecomrie/
Comrie Golf Club, founded in 1891, is one of the most picturesque and senic courses in the country, and the current 9 hole layout was designed by James Braid, who won the Open Championship 5 times in the early 1900s.
Situated on the Laggan Braes at the eastern end of the village, the course makes full use of the natural topography, and all the holes are of interest. There are wonderful views from the course over the village and the surrounding Perthshire hills, and it is always kept in beautiful condition. We frequently receive letters expressing thanks for the friendly welcome and congratulations on the superb upkeep of the course.
Situated just 20 minutes from Gleneagles, venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup, the course has nurtured many good players over the years, including former Curtis Cup golfer Carly Booth, who now plays on the Ladies European Tour, and her brother Wallace, a former Walker Cup and Challenge Tour professional.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced golfer, you will find a warm welcome and Comrie will not disappoint. We offer free club hire to visitors without their own equipment; trolleys and golf buggies are available too. After your round, enjoy the excellent catering by our award winning chef Bill McGuigan.
The clubhouse is open daily from 9am to 4pm (April – September), and non golfers are welcome to use the facilities too – why not call in for a delicious cup of coffee and a bite to eat?
We look forward to seeing you.
Comrie Golf Club
Delicatessen – Cafe- Off-Licence
Drummond Street Comrie
A fine range of food items including cheese and homemade breads baked daily. Come try our filled baguettes and other take-away food. (Telephone orders welcome)
Our website is currently under construction but you can view keep up to date with us via our Facebook page.
Open 8am until 5pm Monday to Saturday.
At Italba, Nelson Reposo creates beautifully simple Italian dishes using the finest of Scotland’s fresh ingredients to provide an unforgettable private dining experience.
It’s a truly Italian – Scottish food affair, all cooked for you in the comfort of your own home.
Please take some time to look at our website and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Come and enjoy our finest quality food, on offer in a friendly and charming atmosphere of rough stone walls, glowing fires, low ceilings, and subtle lighting, ensuring a wonderful dining experience in this 18th Century Cottage. We specialise in Mediterranean and Scottish Cuisine using fresh local produce and offer a wide ranging menu which includes premium quality “Gold Standard” beef, Wild Scottish Venison, Fresh Mussels and Fish.
Brian, Katy and their team look forward to welcoming you.
The Handy Shop, Comrie a family run business which started in in Crieff specialising in wholesale and retail sales of fresh fruit & vegetables. The business took over the existing grocers in the village. They offer weekly Vegetable and Fruit Bags and Boxes with the selection published every week on their Facebook page along side a fully stocked shop offering more than fruit and vegetables.
All produce is sourced daily from local and international markets to ensure freshness and quality.
Generously the Handy Shop and their staff kindly hold the key to the Community Notices Board and close our public toilets in the evenings which we as a community thank them for.
Based at Cultybraggan Camp, Comrie we are a relatively new artisan cheesemaker where we make three cheeses from pasteurised cows milk. We source all our ingredients locally and our aim is to make our cheese synonymous with this region.
We have been successful in competition by winning a Gold Medal at last years World Cheese Awards for our Strathearn cheese and won Best Scottish Cheese at this years Royal Highland Show.
We are in the process of introducing a third cheese, the Wee Comrie, which is a mild semi soft cheese. To help fund this we are running a Crowdfunding Appeal and the link to this is www.crowdfunder.co.uk/strathearncheese-co-uk
Drew Watson and Pierre Leger
Strathearn Cheese Co
Unit 15B, Cultybraggan, Comrie. PH6 2AB
Tomnah’a is a market garden started in 2015 by Cristy, James, Judith and Sam with the aim to grow a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers and more using organic, regenerative and wildlife friendly growing methods to provide for a local market.
We are located at Comrie Croft and you may have seen our polytunnels from the road. Born out of our desire to lower food and flower miles and offer fantastic seasonal, fresh and vibrant produce to the local community, we are working hard to make this a reality.
We offer free range eggs, vegetables and flowers for sale from the 100 mile store at Comrie Croft, through our popular veggie box scheme and via other retailers such as the Handyshop and Hansen’s Kitchen.
We are also supplying a number of local cafes and delis.
Tomnah’a Flowers offer seasonal flowers and arrangements alongside structures for hire for weddings, funerals and other group occasions.
Please find us on facebook at
Wild Hearth Bakery based at Cultybraggan Camp are pleased to announce that the bakery is open for business.
Their usual schedule of bread making is Thursday to Saturday.(the bread comes out in the wee hours on those days).
Breaking news is that Hansen’s Deli will be stocking our bread tomorrow. Likewise, Tomnaha veg box customers have had the chance to pre-order for their Friday boxes. The downside is that they won’t have any left
So it’s really Hansen’s or Hansen’s 🙂
I am trying to think of a way to sell direct to the wonderful Comrie community and I’ll keep you posted. Any bright ideas welcome.
All the best,