If I wrote a review every time I had something good to eat at moo cafeteria, this website would be moo-centric. We reviewed moo not long after it opened and the second visit saw Moo receive our ‘recommended’ award. We always check up on places we have highly recommended, so another trip for breakfast became an official visit.
Moo have also recently unveiled their brand new website which keeps you updated with all the moo news, events and offers.
I walked down to Moo last weekend, before the Botanics were open, but this is a great place to grab a bite to eat before or after a visit, or stop off when walking on the nearby Water of Leith.
My dining partner and I both opted for breakfast rolls, ironically, sausages on brown bread, but every healthy bit helps! The sausages were beautifully cooked and a far cry away from greasy spoon offerings as they were lightly spiced and were tasty enough to eat without sauce. My dining partner had an egg on hers as well, which was perfectly cooked to her liking – slightly runny.
You can have a full Scottish breakfast here which is enough to last beyond lunchtime. Everything on the menu is also available to take away and they have recently introduced one of the best loyalty cards in town. When you have 6 meals here, get your card stamped and your 7th visit is free!
We washed our rolls down with breakfast tea and coffee as we talked and relaxed in the wonderful moo surroundings. Free papers are available and they have fast reliable wifi to use. Since I love the cakes at moo, I felt it necessary to try another one out, despite the early visit and plumped for the lemon and coconut cake. It was moist and able to stand alone without cream and I devoured every crumb.
Service isn’t rushed here, so we lingered and chatted some more, before finally heading up town for the day.
Suitable for disabled ? Moo is on the ground floor and suitable for wheelchairs in their eating area, but their bathrooms are down the stairs unfortunately.