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  • An elegant seafood starter served at the Lynnfield Hotel in Kirkwall, Mainland, Orkney
    Seafood at the Lynnfield Hotel in Kirkwall, Mainland, Orkney
  • People sit outside on the porch eating at Pillars of Hercules, Falkland
    Pillars of Hercules, Falkland
  • Seafood platter at Ee-Usk, Oban
    Seafood platter at Ee-Usk, Oban
  • Sticky ginger and date pudding at the Cobbles Inn, Kelso
    Sticky ginger and date pudding at the Cobbles Inn, Kelso
  • The downstairs restaurant area of Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow
    The downstairs restaurant area of Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow

Scotland’s natural larder is at the heart of Scottish culture with fantastic local produce available on menus across the country.

Where else can you find such a range of mouth-watering and locally caught seafood including oysters, scallops and salmon, or beef, lamb, wild game and fresh fruit and vegetables?
 

Eating out

In Scotland there are eateries to suit every occasion and budget, from picturesque cafés and tearooms renowned for their homebaking, to bars for a quick bite to eat. There is also a an excellent range of fish and chip shops and an enviable selection of fine dining and award-winning establishments which offer a real foodie treat. Wherever you are in the country, there’s always a regional flavour to the menu to perfectly capitalise on the very best locally sourced produce.

Furthermore, there are plenty international influences in our dishes too, and if you head to Glasgow you’ll see why, with a fantastic range of Indian cuisine. That is why the city has held the coveted title of Curry Capital of Britain an impressive four times.

After a sumptuous three-course dinner, why not relax with a dram of whisky, Scotland’s national drink? With so many varieties, from the peaty malts of the west coast to the smoother flavours of the south, there is something for everyone.

Michelin-star

If you want an exclusive culinary experience, then look no further than Scotland’s Michelin-starred restaurants. We’ve got 16 across the country with no fewer than five in Edinburgh. This means the city (along with Dublin) has the second highest number of these award-winning restaurants outside London. 

If you head to Gleneagles in Perthshire, you’ll find Restaurant Andrew Fairlie, Scotland’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant, with an unrivalled menu which includes a signature dish of smoked lobster.

Vegetarian and vegan

Vegetarians and vegans are spoilt for choice in Scotland, with a range of fantastic restaurants cooking up delicious meat-free meals.

Glasgow offers a huge range of options, earning it the title of most vegan-friendly place in the UK in 2013. You'll find numerous award-winning vegetarian restaurants around the city, as well as bars serving excellent vegan pub food.

Edinburgh is home to a range of dedicated vegetarian restaurants, as well as cafés offering home-style dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. You’ll also find quality vegetarian eateries in Oban, Stirling and other parts of Scotland.

Many other restaurants also include excellent vegetarian options on their menus, meaning you’re never very far from a great meal.


So if it’s a quick snack or a sit-down feast, Scotland has a fantastic selection of places to eat. Browse the listings and discover regional delights and hidden gems which showcase the true taste of Scotland.

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  1. Gradings

    Rothesay

    Welcome to Kilchattan Bay Post Office & Tearoom

  2. Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best

    Banchory

    The Mains of Drum Restaurant is located within the Garden Centre. Being on the first floor the views across the Dee Valley are stunning with many window seats available. Easily accessible by stairs or lift, disabled facilities, wheelchairs & highchai

  3. Number 16 Restaurant

    Type

    Restaurants

    Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best

    Glasgow

    With an ever changing menu featuring interesting, balanced flavours; strong international influences and a commitment to using seasonal produce; Number 16 offers an exciting and unique dining experience in the heart of Glasgow's west end.

  4. The Place - Restaurant

    Type

    Restaurants

    Gradings

    Selkirk

    Reasonably priced and with a generous choice, The Place is a relaxed and friendly restaurant offering traditional but exciting and innovative cooking that is attracting an increasing audience from the borders more discerning dining clientele.

  5. Filmhouse Cafe/Bar

    Type

    Contemporary

    Gradings

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    A great place to come and see a film or just hang out in the cafe/bar in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Serving traditional and International food from light snacks to full meals including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.

  6. Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best

    Dumfries

    Welcome to Kilnford Farmhouse Kitchen Cafe, where we pride ourselves for serving the finest home reared Beef, Pork and Lamb straight from Jock's field to your fork!

  7. Ardardan Tearoom

    Type

    Cafes & Tearooms

    Gradings

    • Taste Our Best
    Taste Our Best

    Cardross

    This welcoming tearoom is part of a very well-run farm and garden shop. Much produce from the farm is used in the wide range of snacks and light meals, in addition to other Scottish sourced items. The home baking alone merits a trip!

  8. Gradings

    Oban

    170-seater 1st floor restaurant that overlooks the Town Square.

  9. The Stables Tearoom

    Type

    Cafes & Tearooms

    Gradings

    South Queensferry

  10. Bridgeview Station

    Type

    Restaurants

    Gradings

    Dundee

    Set on Dundee’s prominent waterfront and housed within an iconic Victorian railway station, Bridgeview Station Café-restaurant boasts unparalleled panoramic views over the Tay estuary and aims to set a new standard for casual dining within the city.

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