More restaurants and places to eat in Dumfries & Galloway
A café on Castle Square, Stranraer
Hullabaloo Café Restaurant, Dumfries
Dining in Portpatrick
From coffee shops and bistros to award-winning restaurants, come and enjoy a real foodie experience across Dumfries & Galloway and look out for the menus which celebrate the fantastic local produce of the region.
During your time exploring the wonderful sights and sounds of Dumfries and Galloway, be sure to stop off at one of the region’s excellent eateries. From Dumfries and the picturesque Portpatrick to Castle Douglas, Scotland’s only dedicated Food Town, you’ll be spoilt for choice when eating out in this part of Scotland.
For delicious lunchtime snacks and meals cooked daily on the premises using locally sourced ingredients, head for The Schoolhouse in Ringford near Castle Douglas. Discover why it has been recognised by Pete Irvine’s popular travel guide ‘Scotland the Best’ as one of the best in Scotland.
Along the coast at the Mull of Galloway, take a break at the Gallie Craig Coffee House. Relax with mouth-watering food and home baking while admiring the grass roof and terrace and views out to sea in this unique place, beautifully built into the cliff edge.
If you’re looking for something a little special, the Blackaddie Country House Hotel is the place to be. Not only does the restaurant offer Michelin-star dining, but you can even recreate these award-winning dishes for yourself at the cookery school, where you can learn to cook like the professionals.
Tarff Town & Country coffee shop is well known for good home cooking, baking and award-winning coffee. The friendly helpful staff, relaxed atmosphere and ideal layout of the coffee shop will ensure you a pleasant experience.
The Marrbury Smokehouse shop and bistro at Carsluith Castle are a haven for food lovers, so much so that a trip to Scotland would not be complete without a visit to the Marrbury Smokehouse 5* TOURIST SHOP AND BISTRO at Carsluith Castle.
The Limetree has been one of the top restaurants in South West Scotland for more than a decade, but it’s not ‘fine dining’ in the traditional sense. There is, however, consistent emphasis on the best quality ingredients, many sourced from the Moffat
The Famous Star Hotel is the perfect place for a relaxed lunch or a cosy evening meal. Open to residents and non residents all year round. With a friendly restaurant and two bars to choose from we have the surroundings and a menu to suit all tastes.
The Craignelder Restaurant's smart, contemporary décor creates the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy our delicious, skillfully prepared classic dishes whether you are lunchtime guest or an evening diner.