Plan your next visit using our helpful Ayrshire & Arran guides
With 80 miles of unspoilt coastline and acres of wonderful farmland, it is not surprising that Ayrshire & Arran offers an excellent source of seasonal ingredients. From freshly caught seafood and succulent meats to mouth-watering cheeses, local beers and whiskies, there is something to suit all tastes.
Treat yourself to afternoon tea, dine in a Michelin-star restaurant or relax in the comfort of a cosy traditional pub.
If you're inspired by eating out across Ayrshire & Arran, what better way to sample, purchase and experience these flavours than at a farmers' market? Chat to the stallholders and discover a great range of everything from seasonal fruit and vegetables to award-winning cheeses and ice creams, not forgetting succulent meats and seafood.
Ayrshire & Arran is also Burns country so the traditional dish of haggis is a popular addition to menus across the region. To round a hearty meal off perfectly enjoy a locally produced dram or beer from the Isle of Arran.
Come and experience the true taste of Ayrshire & Arran.
A seller serves up olives at the Continental Food Market, Ayr
Glenapp Castle, Ballantrae, Ayrshire
Jars of preserves made on the Isle of Arran by Arran Fine Foods