Review Places to Eat in Fife

Whether you are a local or on holiday here, you might want to know about the Places to Eat in Fife.

The Kingdom of Fife is quite spread out, from Kincardine in the south-west right through to St Andrews in north-east Fife. All the major towns such as Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, and of course St Andrews, have a wide variety of places to eat. But many of the villages also have some excellent pubs and restaurants and often Coffee Shops and Tea Rooms throughout Fife. From places like Culross, Auchtermuchty, Falkland, Cupar, Leven, Pittenweem, Crail, and Anstruther, you'll find somewhere to eat.

So, I'm building some Directories of where you can Eat Out in Fife, and I've divided into West Fife, Central, North Fife and The East Neuk.

However, if you are a visitor to Scotland you may want to try some of our Scottish Food. As well as the Traditional Fish and Chips, if you like fish - try salmon or the famous Cullen Skink Soup. Other soups you might want to try are Scotch Broth, or perhaps one of the famous Leek Soups. You may of course want to try the world-renowned Haggis or the locally produced Roast Venison.

Wherever you are staying you will probably be offered a huge Scottish breakfast which includes bacon, egg, Lorne Sausages, black pudding, and Tattie Scones.

However, we are also famous for our pies, pastries and desserts. You might want to try a Forfar Bridie or a Scotch Pie. I would also recommend you try some Clootie Dumpling, or one of my favourites - Tipsy Laird or Raspberry Recipes. But if you go to a Coffee Shop or Tea Room, DO be sure to try a delicious Scone or some Shortbread.

My husband and I often stick to the familiar places to eat unless we hear a recommendation from a friend or acquaintance about somewhere new. We are just a bit cautious of spending the money if we're not sure if we're going to like a new place.

But this page is YOUR opportunity to share a Review of places to eat in Fife that you've visited. It might be a 'Posh' restaurant, or somewhere more 'cheap and cheerful' and value-for-money.

Just add your review below. Consider the following:-

  • Venue
  • Decor
  • Quantity, Quality & Presentation of Food
  • Drink
  • Service
  • Value for Money

Thank you, in advance, for your comments.

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Review Places to Eat in Fife

Please share with us your reviews on any places to eat in Fife, whether it's a restaurant, Pub, Coffee Shop, Tea Room or anywhere else. You can even include Carry Out's (Take Away)!

Share with us the Good, the Bad and the Ugly whether it's the food, value for money, service or whatever. However, please do NOT use bad language, and even if your views are negative, keep your comments constructive.

When you name the Place to eat - please include in the main body of the review and what type of establishment it is (ie restaurant, pub, coffee shop etc)

What Other Visitors Have Said

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Rankins Cafe (North Queensferry) 
Small (7 tables I think) with vintage style decor. One end of the cafe has formal tables/chairs the other side has more comfortable sofa type seating. …

Woodmill inn dunfermline 
Excellent since the new owner took over infact I had a meal for 13 There for my 40th nov 2011 most guests had different starters and main All food came …

Pittenweem Inn 
took 5 others with me last week fresh and modern inside food was great all nicely cooked and presented good wine list service was friendly …

The Wood Mill, Dunfermline 
What a lovely, welcoming family resaurant this turned out to be. The weekend A la carte defiantely hit the spot with our group and the Friday night entertainment …

The Woodmill, Dunfermline 
Had a great evening here last night, food was great, can recommend the Steak Pie, great tasting and really light pastry. Service was great and nothing …

The Haven Restaurant 
The Haven Restaurant in Cellardyke is set overlooking the old harbour. It has a warm friendly welcome and the standard of food is one of the best in the …

The Old Manor Hotel Lundin Links 
Sunday 1st August 2010: 4 of us turned up at the Old Manor House, Lundin Links, unbooked, for Sunday lunch at about 12.45pm. Very neat and tidy appearance, …

Zest 2 go, St Andrews 
Being a 'regular' at Zest - I was delighted when "Zest 2 go" also opened in St Andrews, and of course I had to go and try it. It does, as it says, serve …

Scotland's Pantry 
Scotland's Pantry is a wonderful restaurant with fantastic views overlooking Loch Leven. Not only is the setting perfect, the food is wonderful - creative …

[The Clubhouse Bar & Brasserie] Dalgety Bay 
I donated a pack of mushrooms the Clubhouse restaurant the other day. Why? Well it seems the credit crunch / economic downturn has taken its toll on …

Tranquility Coffee Shop, 
The Tranquility Coffee shop is located in Bridgend Garden Centre in Freuchie. The staff are all very friendly and the service is good. They serve snacks …

Zest, St Andrews 
What as great place for healthy things to eat. They serve the most delicious soups, sandwiches and smoothies. The variety of the smoothies is amazing …

Wok n Spice 
The Wok n Spice is a Chinese buffet restaurant situated just off the Bankhead Roundabout (A92). It has excellent choices and good value for money, eat …

The Red Lion, Culross 
We booked a table for 10 for 6:30pm on 12 September 2009 at The Red Lion, Culross, Fife. When we arrived we were given 2 tables, 1 for 6 the other for …

Strath Tavern 
Strav Tavern in the village of Strathmiglo (just a few miles from Falkland and Auchtermuchty) is one of my favourite pubs, run by the husband and wife …

The Doll's House at St. Andrews 
St.Andrews has a charm of its own with its cobble stones, the sound of pipes, the sense of history and the buzz of young students from all over the world …

The Wee Restaurant 
I've been to this restaurant many times for lunch and dinner, also going to their monthly wine tasting evenings on occasion and have always enjoyed it. …

Wood Mill Restaurant, Dunfermline 
On first impressions the restaurant was very inviting. We were shown to our seats and asked if we would like a drink. The specials were explained and we …

The Elgin, Charlestown 
The Elgin Hotel is a lovely place to eat, it not only has excellent food but a fantastic view of the river Forth. On a sunny day you can sit outside in …

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 …

St Andrews Coffee Shops 
In the quaint little town of St Andrews, which at the time of writing is flowing with visitors from all over the world - there are a number of coffee shops …

Anstruther Fish Bar 
We've had a takeaway from what I think they call the famous chippie - its won lots of awards and you can sit in or take away. It was great, as most of …

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