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    Perth,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH1 5HZ

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Cafe Kisa

Owners Kim and Sam Wightman believe in simple, honest food prepared and served by a team of consummate hospitality professionals who consider consistently high quality and unstinting customer service their absolute priorities.

Café Kisa in Auchterarder opened in 2004, and we opened Kisa’s at our fabulous new premises on Mill Street in Perth on the 1st of June 2015 – right next to Perth Concert Hall, and just a stone’s throw from Perth Theatre and the Playhouse Cinema.

Whichever of our venues you visit, you can always rely on receiving freshly cooked food, refreshing drinks and prompt, friendly service.

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