Forth Valley Sensory Centre
Café Tiki is our welcoming café providing healthy food, including daily specials and a regular menu of freshly prepared sandwiches, toasties and our delicious homemade soup.
We are fully accessible and our staff will be more than happy to help make your visit as pleasant as possible.
We are hoping to be under going a bit of a refurb of the Cafe in the near future. Keep an eye out for updates!
Our suppliers include local award winning butcher, Patrick’s of Camelon and we are proud to serve organic fair-trade coffee from Scotland’s Matthew Algie.
We also have a selection of Large Print and Audio Books displayed within our cafe. These are for customers to browse through and borrow.
Cafe Tiki is open from 8:45am for breakfast rolls and coffee until 4pm each weekday.
Meet the Cook
All our specials are prepared on site by our visually impaired cook David, who is 36 and lost his sight early due to a degenerative eye condition. David commented; “Over the past ten years, working at the sensory centre has really boosted my confidence. I am walking taller than ever before.”
David’s signature dishes include mince and tatties, lasagne and a range of filling soups which are available to eat in or take away. David says “A real Scottish favourite are my stovies, just like my gran used to make!”
David is also a talented artist who makes sculptures from foil, including flowers, dragons and guitars. His creations decorate the café and make a real talking point for visitors.
David was recently supported by the charity Kiran’s Trust to attend a series of workshops at Delta Art Studios to help develop his sculpting skills. David hopes to exhibit some of his work in the near future,watch this space for more information. You can read more about David. You can also see him in action and get David’s recipes here.