I had not ever heard of Little's in Blairgowrie and now that I have been, I have no idea why I hadn't. Why aren't more people shouting from the rooftops about it?
The weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful, and if you've no place to go, then hope that the gritter lorries have done their amazing work so you can head towards Callander for a delightful lunch.
We tend to have favourite places to go, depending on our mood or the occasion. The cute cocktail bar for a night with the girls, the candlelit posh place for a romantic dinner, or the place with great pancakes for brunch with the kids.
The newest branch of the worldwide chain German Doner Kebabs has opened on Reform Street. It's a brand I hadn't heard of before but by looking on their website they seem to pride themselves on using quality ingredients and techniques and recipes they have been perfecting since their first store opened in Berlin in 1989.
Watching the Dundee Waterfront change is so incredibly exciting. The imposing V&A is rising from the Tay and parks, buildings and incredible artworks are popping up all over the place.
If you're out for coffee and cake or a spot of lunch then Broughty Ferry really is the place to go. The little seaside town is teeming with coffee shops and restaurants and there seems to be enough customers to go around as the majority of them are usually fairly busy.
Apparently, we should never judge a book by its cover. Why then do publishers pay people large sums of money to design them? Why aren't all book covers just plain with the title printed in Times New Roman?
When I'm home with my grandparents or Christmas decoration shopping with my mum, then lunch in a garden centre or the like feels cosy and fitting. Good cake, a jacket potato and a decent coffee and everyone's happy.
Well, the clocks have fallen back, Halloween and bonfire weekend have been and gone. Does this mean that we can now look ahead to the big one, the royal icing on the perfectly marzipanned cake?
This great country is winning awards for food left, right and centre - and deservedly so. Up and coming chefs are being crowned competition champions and setting out on new culinary adventures and Scotland alone has 12 Michelin-starred restaurants under its belt.