Eating out in Fife
We are more than happy to make your informal or formal reservations and can also arrange transport prior to or during your visit.
For a special and unique experience:
The Peat Inn, Peat Inn (15mins from Easter Kincaple).
Tel: 01334 840 206 | www.thepeatinn.co.uk
The Road Hole Grill, Old Course Hotel, over looking the Old Course.
3 mins from Easter Kincaple
Tel: 01334 474 371 | http://www.oldcoursehotel.kohler.com/restaurants/rhg
Ostler’s Close, Cupar
15 mins from Easter Kincaple
Tel: 01334 655 574 http://www.ostlersclose.co.uk
The Seafood Restaurant, St Andrews (5mins from Easter Kincaple)
Tel: 01334 479 475 | http://www.seafoodrestaurant.com
Esperante, Fairmont Hotel, St Andrews
(10mins from Easter Kincaple)
Tel:01334 837 000
For informal meals and snacks try:
Thai & Japanese cuisine at Nahm-Jims, St Andrews
For traditional Indian cuisine, try The Jahangir, St Andrews
www.jahangir.co.uk or www.balaka.com
When in the village of Anstruther exploring (20mins from Easter Kincaple), a visit to the famous award winning Anstruther Fish and Chip Bar is well worth it www.anstrutherfishbar.co.uk
The Links Trust Clubhouse, St Andrews. Open to non-members for coffee, lunches and dinners. Tel: 01334 466 666
There is a Pizza Express in St Andrews which is also a good choice for informal and family dining.
North Point Café, North Street, St Andrews is an excellent choice for lunch – get there early though, it’s a squeeze but well worth it.
Coffee House & Tea Room, 6A Greyfriars Gardens, St Andrews.
The Cocoa Tree Café, Pitenweem (20 mins from Easter Kincaple) is a memorable experience for hot chocolate, coffee, exquisite chocolates and cakes or a light lunch – the drive is worth every drop of fuel!
It is worth making a reservation in The Library, The Conservatory or Road Hole Bar with it’s spectacular views over the Old Course, at The Old Course Hotel (3 mins from Easter Kincaple) for their award winning and exquisite afternoon tea. A harpist plays every Saturday in the Road Hole Bar.