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Places I have been to eat
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Muddy boots

Muddy boots is set in the North East of Fife on the Glenrothes Cupar road, opposite Kettle produce.
The café / restaurant / shop is just a delight to be in. The shop sells everything from fresh laid eggs, fresh vegetables, organic bread, specialist sauces, ice creams etc.
The café, in their words- we have a small but tasty menu full of produce that is home-grown or that you have available to buy in our farm shop. There are rolls, soup, quiche, wraps, salads and crepes, the home baking I can highly recommend. There is a log burning fire surrounded by comfortable settees and many pine tables and chairs.
I was asked to be involved with the setting up of the disable toilet at muddy boots; they were not happy about the type of fittings that the UK had to offer and therefore sourced them from Germany through Spittals. The toilet is in the middle of the wall with two drop rails, the sink has a temperature controlled water system, and a dyson hand dryer, I only wish other people would put the same effort into making their toilet looking so pleasing.

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Disabilities Fife
West Bridge Mill, Bridge Street,
Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 1TE
Scottish Charity No: SC 026112