You might not know that we are a garden centre with a cafe. Well now you do! So no need to Google best garden centre cafe near me or garden centre with cafe near me any longer if you live in Ayrshire or even beyond, because customers old and new, from far and wide just can't get enough of the DeWaldens Garden Centre Peace & Plenty Cafe and neither will you!
Tasty food, in-house bakery treats to die for, and amazing coffee are just three reasons why our customers often take the time to leave such positive reviews!
Some of our Peace & Plenty Cafe customer reviews
Liz Kirkpatrick called it the "best breakfast in town" and it's not just Liz that took the trouble to document her experience with us.
Here are a few of our other most recent reviews from customers.
Michelle Steele said: "Absolutely loved the cafe, the food was delicious and well priced. the coffee wasn't to my taste but staff are friendly and they have a dog within the garden centre who is super lovely range of products are good as well from xmas stock to birthday cards."
Then there was another glorious five-star review from David Humphries: "Lovely little cafe. Food is always good. Normally very busy so be aware. The dogs in the garden centre are really friendly. Enjoy all my visits."
Peter Weir was taken with the food and the hospitality. He said: "Great food and excellent service the staff are very helpful and friendly. Highly recommended."
"Very busy at lunchtime when we were in. But service was very quick and food good well worth a visit," is what Peter Reid left in his review.
The last word goes to Julie Templeton: "Food is freshly prepared and they have an assortment of delicious cakes and treats - the girls are very attentive - customer service is first class."
A brief history of our Peace & Plenty Cafe
It's built on the site of the Peace & Plenty, a nineteenth-century colliers' row built to house the workers of Capringtons Pits that was renowned for its neat flower pots and immaculate gardens.
The Peace & Plenty became Kilmarnock's last colliers row and was finally demolished in 1955. All that remains of that era is the low wall you can see from the Coffee Shop window that runs the length of the Garden Centre.
The name dates back to an ancient inn with the custom of giving travellers a generous supply of oat cake and cheese to accompany his or her dram!