Steve and Karen Robertson opened this new restaurant having moved from Grantown-on-Spey where they spent 6 years running the highly successful Glass House Restaurant which was nominated for 'Best New Scottish Restaurant" in its first year.
Run by husband and wife team Steve and Karen Robertson who moved back to Steve's native Fife after a successful stint running The Glass House Restaurant in Speyside - nominated for Best New Scottish Restaurant in its first year of opening.
Fresh local ingredients are sourced to create mouth-watering dishes for seasonally changing menu’s. The team of award winning chefs create a range of modern Scottish dishes which are not over complicated and let the flavours speak for themselves.
Front of house is friendly, relaxed and informal – the décor modern contemporary with impressive designs… Nothing has been overlooked which makes them stand out from the crowd and definitely worth a detour.
As well as lunch and dinner the restaurant serves morning coffees, home made pastries & breakfasts from 10am and Afternoon Teas ( booking required ) on Sundays between 3pm and 5pm..
There’s a reason The View is called The View - it has one of the most spectacular views over the River Tay. On a summer’s day, it's clear, sparkling and beautiful. When the weather isn't quite so accommodating, it's dramatic, striking and ever changing.
It’s also a unique venue for exclusive private functions such as Birthdays, Anniversaries or Weddings with stunning views across the Tay and catering for up to 60 people from a finger buffet to a full sit down meal it’s the ideal setting for any special occasion.
Transport and Parking
Evening Meal Available
Patio or Beer Garden
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