This cafe is in the High Street. Seating is inside but there are also a couple of tables on the pavement. Service is quick but the dishes are pretty basic with chips , peas or beans added to the pies or burgers etc on offer. Certainly no haute cuisine here.
Favorite Dish: I only dared have tea and a scone with butter and jam which cost me £2. We had popped in to escape a shower of rain, but there were quite a few other customers.
Musselburgh has a few restaurants from around the world - don't most towns in the world these days?
It ain't bad food and probably the best feed you'll get in town. The Pizza's are cooked in a fantastic wood-fired oven out the back which you'll see if you go for the take-away option - 'Caprice 2 Go'
Favorite Dish: Half and Half is the best way to go if you are eating in. You can choose half of anyone of Caprices fantastic pizzas to go with half a dish of one of there great pasta/risottos.
The best combo is the Sorrento pizza with the Risotto al Funghi.