Good food...good beer...good company!
The Waterfront Restaurant as the name suggests enjoys uninterrupted views of the river from its full width picture windows, and as befits a working river there is always some activity to watch. The restaurant itself was designed to resemble the below deck area of a sailing ship and a number of features from Captain Scott's RRS Discovery have been adapted to suit. Heavy timber planking to the walls and ceilings resembles the hull and deck underside while the use of heavy gauge brass corner angles add to the maritime look.
Whenever possible produce is locally sourced and delivered daily, whilst all food is cooked to order. The menu is changed every 2 weeks, however there are normally a number of daily specials also.
The Waterfront Restaurant within The Ship Inn has a picturesque vista accross The River Tay at Broughty Ferry just outside Dundee. The tasteful decoration has a nautical theme, with wood panelling, brass port holes and walls adorned with sailing vessel pictures. This is an ideal venue to enjoy good food complemented with efficient, attentive and friendly service.
Battered north sea cod fillet, salad and chips: "The fish was very good quality and had a good texture and aroma. The chips and salad were also freshly prepared and of good quality." "The dish was accompanied by a home made tartare sauce which was full of flavour and gave added texture to the dish." "The fish had good flavour and the chips were crisp and had good texture." "Simply presented using good quality ingredients." "A good example of its kind."