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Salt and Pine

Salt and Pine (formerly The Crepe Shack) is a bit of a Fife institution, serving delicious freshly made sweet and savoury crepes at Tentsmuir Forest.



Tentsmuir forest

KY16 0DR

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Tel: 07447589543
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The quirky mobile cafe and creperie supplies top quality authentic crepes and is available to hire for events including Birthday parties, Wedding, Corporate Events, Banquets, Christmas parties, Festivals, Shows, Highland Games.

We offer a tasty range of sweet and savoury toppings to please every palate, our crepes are hot and freshly made in front you which make it a fun experience to watch.

Crepes are a perfect delight for any type of occasions breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, afternoon treat..

We are fully insured and educated in food safety. All certificates are in place.

We care for the environment this is why we only use ecofriendly and biodegradable packaging.


By road

Kinshaldy - follow the brown 'Kinshaldy Beach' signs from the church in the middle of Leuchars village.

A charge of £2 per vehicle applies, payable at the electronic barrier. Please have the correct change available. Car park charges are re-invested into the FCS maintenance and improvements programme.

A seasonal barrier pass is available for a fee of £50. Please contact Tay Forest District Office for more information.

Horse boxes are not allowed in the main car park; however alternative parking is available at Kinshaldy stables.

Morton Lochs - head south from Tayport on the B945 for 1.7 miles then take a sharp left onto a minor road which leads to the car park (total distance = 2.5 miles). 

The road to the car park is single track, with limited passing places and an aggregate surface. There are no height or width restrictions.

By public transport

The nearest bus stops are in Tayport and Leuchars. Buses will stop by request at the Morton Loch road end.

The nearest station is Leuchars (3.2miles from the Kinshaldy car park) on the Edinburgh - Aberdeen line.

By bike

The Falkland to Monifieth via St Andrews section of NCN Route 1 (Edinburgh - Aberdeen) passes Kinshaldy Beach.


On foot

The St Andrews to Tay Bridge section of the Fife Coastal Path runs through Tentsmuir NNR. Tayport Heath to the north of the Reserve is easily accessed on foot from the village of Tayport.

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