Eating out in Fife

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  • Food stall at a farmers' market in Fife
    Delve into Fife’s natural larder at one of Fife’s farmers’ markets
  • Portion of fish and chips from the Anstruther Fish Bar sitting on a ledge overlooking the harbour
    Fish and chips from the Anstruther Fish Bar
  • Looking down an alleyway to the entrance of Ostlers Close Restaurant
    Ostlers Close Restaurant
  • People sit outside at the Waterfront Restaurant on the harbour front in Anstruther
    The Waterfront Restaurant
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With its coastal location and rich farmland, it comes as little surprise that the Kingdom of Fife boasts some of the most delicious natural produce around.

As you travel around the Kingdom of Fife, you cannot help but notice the abundance of fertile farmland this wonderful part of the world has to offer.

The East Neuk is home to a number of excellent restaurants which serve up a range of exquisite seafood dishes. The fabulous Ostlers Close Restaurant in Cupar serves up a top quality menu that is cooked to order and the Waterfront Restaurant in Anstruther, just a few steps from the harbour and marina, offers only the finest locally caught seafood.

While in Anstruther, head over to the famous Anstruther Fish Bar for delicious fish and chips. With a legendary reputation that does not disappoint, the shop sells locally caught fish and has won several awards in recent years including UK Fish and Chip Shop of the year. 

Tantalise your tastebuds at one of the region’s farmers’ markets. Held every Saturday in either Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, St Andrews or Cupar - browse a wide range of products from water buffalo, Aberdeen Angus beef, a selection of cheeses, home baking and the region’s tasty strawberries and gooseberries.

Of course, no trip to Scotland would be complete without sampling the national drink, whisky. Fife has a long association with Scotland’s most famous export and Luvian’s Bottle Shops in St Andrews and Cupar stock over 800 varieties of single malt.

Whether you prefer to buy the wonderful local produce at a farmers’ market or have it served up in the cafés, pubs or award-winning restaurants, the delicious food and drink in Fife will leave you wanting more.

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