Ben Nevis Highland Centre, Ben Nevis, Scotland

We were going to have lunch at Fort William, but we couldn’t find it so we had lunch at Ben Nevis Highland Centre instead. There was lots of tourist coaches there. Inside the centre was a souvenir shop and a restaurant. Mum had carrot and parsnip soup, while dad and I had lentil soup. The soup came with a bread roll that was a bit old and dry. I also had a turkey and salad (Spanish onion, lettuce, tomato, cucumber) sandwich and A2 had salmon and cream cheese. I originally wanted to have a tuna and sweet corn sandwich, but then noticed there was mayo in it. The sandwiches were ₤2.85, but together with soup came to ₤5. A2 also had a 125g tub of yoghurt which was 90p. The cashier only charged us ₤7 something.

Carrot & Parsnip Soup; Lentil Soup; Turkey & Salad Sandwich; Salmon & Cream Cheese Sandwich

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