There isn’t a better takeaway than freshly cooked fish on the coast of Scotland. Here are my favourite places to eat amazing seafood in Scotland.
For over 30 years the Three Chimneys has led the way as one of Scotland’s best restaurants. We travelled to Skye to check into The House Over By. Truly a Scotland bucket list destination.
At first the village of Stein on the Isle of Skye seems little more than a street of whitewashed cottages, a traditional pub, an occasional view to the Western Isles, and a few battered palm trees – the village really is at the end of the road. Hidden down on the waterfront is Loch Bay Restaurant, the first solo venture of Chef Michael Bay and wife Laurence. Michael gained his first Michelin star for Skye’s (also rather remote) Three Chimneys in 2014, and, like his previous home, it takes time to get to Stein – it is at least…
Fife has truly made a name for itself as a foodie destination. Here my favourite ways to have a feast in Fife Scotland.
From where to grab a great plate of pasta on a Saturday lunch time, to the best hangover cure brunch and a fine dining experience you won’t forget, these are my favourite Edinburgh restaurants.
There is nothing more synonymous with Scotland than whisky. For those in the know, the place to go for whisky is the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.
Fancy learning to cook? Why not escape to the Scottish countryside for a cookery class at the luxurious Ballintaggart Farm in Highland Perthshire.
With just two chefs and 10 seats, The Table, Edinburgh is is an intimate dining experience.
With three home-grown gins made in the city and a plethora of specialist bars serving gin from across Scotland, Edinburgh is your perfect destination if you love gin.
Sunday afternoon in Edinburgh isn’t complete with a wander and then a relaxing (or hangover treatment) brunch. Prepare to get very hungry with 5 of my favourite spots for brunch in Edinburgh.
BEER! – That hopefully got your attention. I love beer. Whether you prefer ‘craft beer’ or ‘real ale’, beer is still beer, and something that Edinburgh does fantastically well – so to help you out here is my mini guide to Edinburgh craft beer and real ale pubs.