Here’s a sneak preview of the cakes on offer at the new Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries which opens to the public today, 18 May. The brioche buns (pictured below) are delicious and there’s a good selection of vegan and gluten free cakes. Heaven Scent, who already have a successful cafe in Milnathort and run the catering at Knockhill, won the tender to provide the cafe in the new award-winning building. Pictured below is the owner, Andrew Scott, who started the business 2003 and converted the Milnathort flower shop into a cafe in 2005, introducing design quirks such as using a SMEG fridge door as the doorway to the Heavens Above dining room upstairs which hosts private functions, Willie Wonka chocolate fondues and the Friday pop up supper club. The architect Richard Murphy hopes the new Library will be a popular meeting place for locals – with the stunning views, the beautiful building and great cakes – he might be on to something.
Below, brioche buns on the menu at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
Vegan traybakes available at the new Library and Galleries.
Below, Andrew Scott’s Heaven Scent cafe in Milnathort
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