Lomond Tavern, Falkland

by Katie
(Nr Falkland)

Lomond Tavern, Falkland

Lomond Tavern, Falkland

The Lomond Tavern is a wee gem of a place in Falkland, Fife, just a short walk from the Palace, in a little side street called 'Horsemarket'. My husband and I pop in now and again for a bite to eat.

It's a nice traditional Scottish pub with paintings of William Wallace and King Robert the Bruce on the walls in the cosy lounge. A main course is under £5 and a three course meal, costs less than £10. They have a standard menu with daily specials, such as roast beef, roast port, salads, lasagne etc. The portions are huge and it's well worth a visit, and if you order coffee - you get a plate of biscuits too. Great value for money.

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Nov 28, 2015
Birthday treat NEW
by: George and Margaret rae

Was a perfect birthday lunch,staff were perfect,food was perfect,ambiance was perfect,merry Christmas and a happy new year. Thank you one and all ,George and Margaret rae

Nov 09, 2015
My view NEW
by: Anonymous

Great food nice atmosphere and do enjoy a meal here although best to book as small and very popular
I do not however use the ladies toilet when there
It is shocking. A poky dingy not very clean room
In need of a really good upgrade
Considering it's popularity I think they could afford to upgrade the ladies

Sep 13, 2013
Re : Hearing Dogs
by: Jeanette Barnett

I am appalled to hear that this establishment refused admission to a couple with a Hearing Dog!
Do they not realise that Assistance Dogs enable people with disabilities lead a "normal" life?
WARNING : Anyone with a Guide Dog, Hearing Dog or any kind of Assistance Dog......do not enter ....you will be refused admission !

Sep 13, 2013
The Lomond Tavern
by: Anonymous

Great little Tavern, very welcoming, food great anyone visiting Falkland should give this eating place the once over. You will not be disappointed. Looking forward to our next visit to Falkland.

May 15, 2013
pub & prices.
by: Anonymous

The Lomond Tavern changed hands at the beginning of this year.The main courses now cost £7.00 but are still very good value for money.

Jul 16, 2011
by: Anonymous

absoluteley wonderful, had an extraordinary meal in this delight of a public house which gives the warmest of warm welcomes, i had the steak pie and it really was to die for, that good i went back 4 times in 1 week!!!!!!

Feb 07, 2011
A most friendly Pub
by: John from Canada

My friends and I discovered the Lomond on a trip to Fife in 2008. Spending a week in Falkland we had a number of meals and pints in the pub and were made to feel very welcome. I returned to Falkland the following year and of course went to the Lomond. Not only were we made to feel welcome again, we were remembered. The food was, as always, inexpensive, plentiful and good. The company was a joy. Had I not had to traverse an ocean to get there it would also be my local!

I highly recommend the Lomond. Jock and Dee are very nice and accommodating, as are the locals. As for it being busy at times, I am not surprised. If you are visiting the area and want to get a feel for the people and get a good pint and a full meal, you don't want to miss the Lomond.

And yes,my friends a I are returning again this year--See you in May!

Nov 30, 2010
Fab food and service
by: Sheena

I recently had a family meal at the restaurant for my daughter's 40th birthday.The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was excellent with large portions and terrific value at £5 per main meal and £1.50 for desserts. Great choice and value for money. I was delighted with a bill for £32.50 for 5 people at least half of what I expected to pay. The downside if any was that we were a bit cold mainly due to the fact that we were near the door and the exceptionally cold weather, not restaurant's fault as the heating was on full.

I would recommend booking in advance and they don't take cards.

An enjoyable experience .

Jul 20, 2010
No Card Facilities
by: peter muir

Having decided to visit the lomond tavern for the first time we thought we would take a chance and not book. When we arrived there were no tables available which was just as well because on the way out we noticed a small notice on the door which informs you that they do not accept credit or debit cards which if we had to managed to order a meal it would have been very embarassing when it came time to pay the bill so be warned .This is also a very poor advert fo a tourist area in this day and age.

Apr 18, 2010
by: Anonymous

First visit 16/04/10

Most enjoyable meals and prices. We will be returning soon.

Mar 26, 2010
by: Anonymous

Having llived in Fife all my life, I had not heard of The Lomond Tavern until my friend suggested it for dinner.

What a fantastic place, great value for money, huge portions and we even took part in the pub quiz (and we came last).

We were made to feel very welcome, as if we were local.

I would advise booking as there is a limited number of tables available. Lovely atmosphere.

Will be returning in the near future.

Nov 17, 2009
Best Value Night Out in the Area
by: AL

Brilliant little pub. Friendly crowd, excellent value food & cheap drinks. It's my new local... I just have to drive 300 miles for a great night out.

Apr 13, 2009
Great food at Lomond Tavern
by: Bunty I

My friends Christine & Tom eat at Lomond Tavern regularly on a Saturday,occasionally they invite me along to join them and it's a real treat... I can understand why it's so busy, yumm!

Aug 17, 2008
Great fodder
by: Edwyn

Amazing portions and veg so fresh and so cheap! The whole pub is very friendly and relaxing despite its internal limitations. Well worth a visit but it might be a good idea to book at the weekends.

Aug 15, 2008
I totally Agree!
by: May

My husband John and I also eat in the Lomond Tavern regularly. The Landlords are very pleasant and friendly. There's not very many tables and it can get very busy at the weekends especially in the summer, so it's best to book.

But the food is good, and the portions are large, and it's amazing value for money.


Aug 15, 2008
Lomond Tavern
by: Robbie Kennedy Bennett

I spent a couple of hours in Falkland in April of this year. I took a photo from the same viewpoint. Half a minute later the landlord approached me and gave me a couple of postcards of the pub. 'How friendly' I thought. It was a shame the Tavern wasn't yet open before I made my journey back home. Falkland was lovely oh aye!

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