The Night Safe

Eating Out in Hawick

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The Night Safe

Eating Out

Night Safe Bistro, which has taken its name from the original night safe displayed outside, has been transformed from a former bank into a first class eating establishment by its husband and wife team, David and Karen Wilson. David, a chef with over 36 years experience, has headed up restaurants throughout Scotland and is dedicated to providing fresh seasonal local produce prepared to a high standard. Karen takes care of proceedings at front of house and compliments the food with attentive and professional service. Night Safe Bistro is beautifully decorated with spacious and comfortable surroundings that will make you want to linger longer than you anticipated. Whether it is for coffee, lunch, dinner or just a casual glass of wine, the staff at Night Safe Bistro are committed to ensuring your visit is a memorable one.

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Contact Us

12 High Street ,
Hawick, Scottish Borders , TD9 9EH




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