There’s just something about having a wee pastry with a warming coffee as the weather cools down – it’s pure bliss. Speaking of pastries, we’ve got an exciting announcement to bake… We’re launching a new line of pâtisserie AKA French pastries. Ooh la la!
Don’t say we’re not nice to you – this new line includes delicious and freshly baked flaky pastries. And, because we like to shake (or, should we say flake?) things up for you, there will be different items available across our shops on different days. Variety is the spice of life, after all!
Now we know you’re on the edge of your seat just waiting to discover what magic we’re baking up. Introducing the first of our mouth-watering new pastries:
To make things easy for you, we’ve created a timetable of sorts for you to screenshot and save as a reminder of when you can come and grab your favourite pastry delight.
What’s on the menu
Pain au Chocolat
We can almost taste their golden crusts and smell that freshly baked dough… Perhaps because our Smithton bakery has been transformed into a pâtisserie akin to one you’d stumble upon in the middle of France!
Every pastry has been made with a sourdough starter, which we’ve lovingly let develop for three days before it gets anywhere near our oven. That’s the secret to each deliciously flaky bite!
Over the coming months, we’ll be adding to the range, so keep checking back to find out when we’re adding the next batch.
Now, who’s ready to cele-bake this exciting new launch with us?!
Oh my word. Most laybys have no facilities, some have a burger van but this one has a bakery! What a find this is, hot food and drinks with the addition of bakers delights, all with virtually no calories whatsoever...
What a lovely place to stop for a breakfast sandwich and there bakery products are out of this this world, The ladies in the shop are a credit to themselves, always polite with a lovely smile on their face. I love coming here and upon leaving the shop I'm already looking forward to my return
We're on a road trip of Scotland, we got there as it was closing on a rainy Monday lunchtime so we took what they had left but it was amazing! My husband says it's the best steak pie he's ever had, I had lentil and bacon soup with a bread roll and it was lovely. The only downside is that we're now heading south west away from where they have shops, gutted!
Good food at a decent price. What else do you need. Sausage rolls are nice too. Especially cold.
Slick and friendly service. Apple turnovers are a delight and the bacon rolls are worth the visit alone.
Sausage rolls are amazing so are the cakes 😍
I'm visiting relatives in Inverness this weekend and they bought some of your scotch pies. I can honestly say they are by far the best I've ever tasted. I'll be pestering them to buy more next time I visit! Just a pity you don't have some bakeries down in Perth!
Greeted with a smile and quickly served. Tasty tea and coffee, very pleased they listened to the request for 'only small amount of milk in both. The food was well priced and marzipan 'apples' yummy. A good quick stop-over
Very allergens friendly. Tastes good too
One thing that inspires me to hike to Brora is a hot Harry Gow Sausage Roll. Beautiful baked goods using local ingredients. A must visit if you are passing through.
I’ve visited Harry Gow Dornoch on numerous occasions. The staff are alway always (repetition intentional :-)) nice and the produce is always fresh and tasty. Steak pies, chunky or smooth are to die for. Tried my first Dream Ring today ... one for sharing.
It’s a good job we found the bakery on the penultimate day of our holidays so that we only had 2 days for repeat visits. My kids haven’t stopped talking about it, I haven’t stopped thinking about the marzipan apples. We’ll probably come on holiday to Inverness again just for Harry Gow’s. Such a delicious bakery.
Really fresh food with plenty of choice. Helpful and chatty staff were great. We had tomato soup, sausage rolls, pies and fruit tart in our group, everything was great. I recommend you find a bench in the town to enjoy your food.
I love Harry Gow bread, especially the oaten loaf. Their cakes are so fresh and tasty, just like and often better than home baking - favourites are the fresh cream jam sponge and the fern cake. Mmmmmmmm. My husband and son love Harry's pies and sausage rolls while I am very partial to his potato scones, soft and scrumptious - just like my mum used to make. It's a family bakery loved by all my family.
I have visited the Keith shop several times. Each time I visit I receive friendly service and the food is always spot on. Staff make you feel valued as a customer!
I love the food at Harry Gow’s and especially i look forward to the delicious Tomato soup on Fridays ...their freshly made rolls and pies are also very tasty... but I so wish I was informed as to the fat/sugar contents in their food...
Excellent bakery. Great products and service. We are doing a trip in Scotland (we are from Barcelona, Spain) and this is the best coffee/bakery place that we have visited. Excelente trabajo! Una maravilla! Great job!
Outstanding bakery! Better than Greggs of course. Lots of fresh delicious food including sandwiches, cakes, pastries, hot food and breakfast food. Staff are always very nice and service is very quick. Recommended to everyone!