Discover Restaurants offering the best British food in Fraserburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. Fraserburgh (/ˈfreɪzərbrə/; Scots: The Broch or Faithlie; Scottish Gaelic: A' Bhruaich) is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland with a population recorded in the 2011 Census at 13,100. It lies at the far northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead. It is the biggest shellfish port in Scotland and one of the largest in Europe, landing over 5,450 tonnes in 2016. Fraserburgh is also a major port for white and pelagic fish.
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4 based on 78 reviews
We are a friendly, family aimed business who can cater for most occasions. We have 3 function suites and are licensed to host your wedding. In our Ten Pin Bowling we have an American Diner serving burgers, pizza, hotdogs etc.
My wife and I went here on a Thursday evening for the fish night and it was very good. There was a choice of six fish dishes - I had the sea bream and my wife had the langoustines. Incredible value at Â£6 each. The quality was really good. The service was first class. Will definitely return.
4 based on 98 reviews
Coffee shop/ Restaurant
Attended here for lunch with a friend. The food was very good, especially loved the fact that they offered small portions. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is excellent Many thanks for your kind review. Hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 83 reviews
Accommodation With A Restaurant
Travelling around Scotland we called on some relatives living in Fraserburgh and they suggested we meet here for lunch and a natter. Good choice.The building is a good solid looking Aberdeenshire steading that has an ample sized dining space which was comfortingly full considering it was a Tuesday lunchtime and this is not on a main street. That meant the food had to be good. It was.Personally had the battered haddock and it was a good portion size, nice flaky fish and all the trimmings you would hope for. The menu is full of good simple cooking that comes in good portions at a reasonable price.One of my favourite things about the whole place was the sign I saw on the door on arrival. I
4 based on 48 reviews
The Peartree Coffee House and Bistro is located in the heart of Fraserburghâs High Street, offering a fresh modern and relaxing atmosphere while serving the very best of food and drink 7 days a week. Using as much local ingredients as possible to create t
Visited this restaurant on 22/10/19. On arrival we were greeted by a lovely lass who showed us to a table by the window. We were presented with the menuâs and she took our drinks orders. The decor was was bright and clean with plenty of space between tables. My mother tried the Cullen Skink with oatcakes (Itâs a soup which contains haddock, potatoes,cream and various other ingredients depending on the chefs choice) which she said was very tasty. I chose a turkey and avocado panini with salad. Very nice but there was no avocado in the panini, hence my lower score. Would visit again though.
5 based on 36 reviews
It is a piece of traditional pub culture: lovely owner who knows the regular guests, The regular guests like part of the pub. Nice beers and ales, you can not find else where.Dinner window is narrow, so plan it ahead and give notice to the owner especially Monday and Tuesday. Scottish tend to have dinner at tea time, not later as mostly else where.
4 based on 170 reviews
The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses is run by Scotland's Lighthouse Museum Limited which is a Charitable Trust and a Company Limited by Guarantee. It is dedicated to preserving the industrial and social history of Scottish Lighthouses. The Museum is an ind
You donât have to visit the Lighthouse Museum in order to eat at the cafÃ©, although many visitors do stop there for lunch or drinks before or after their tour. The views from the first floor picture windows across the sea are stunning, although so much glass can make the window corner with the best views quite hot. There are binoculars you can borrow to look out to sea. Food is good, although the service can be a bit haphazard. Our drinks were forgotten and we had to ask twice before they came. The cafÃ© had a steady stream of visitors during the Saturday lunch period.
5 based on 114 reviews
Quirky. Wonderful. 60âs/70âs timewarp. Friendly and welcoming. All these words and phrases, and many more, go to sum up this uniquely unusual restaurant! Itâs not the sort of restaurant/cafe that you happen upon by accident! You have to know where it is! And itâs worth the hunt!The entire place has been built from scratch around an old telegraph pole by the proprietors in a wonderfully secluded setting. Using, I think, mainly recycled and reclaimed materials, they have created a unique building on stilts in which they welcome you with a lovely smile, warm surroundings and the smell of lovely vegan food and beautiful coffee. All dishes are prepared and cooked on site and everything is vegan but, should you not be vegan, or even vegetarian, donât let that put you off. Go with an open mind and sample the delights on offer and you will not be disappointed! Indeed, it may cause you to question your lifestyle!Need to check on their Facebook page for their opening days and times as these can change according to circumstances, and, sadly, they tend to be closed throughout Autumn and Winter.I, for one, hope to be back before the Winter closure while they head off on their travels in their beautiful, newly restored, 1966 Lodekka double decker bus! Living the dream!Love this place!Tried to leave five star ratings on service, food and value but nothing happening!
4 based on 163 reviews
Fresh fish (haddock & lemon sole) and langoustines(prawns) delivered daily from our local fish markets and Fishmerchants. Home made curries, all fresh chicken dishes, paninis,baked potatoes and sandwiches. Proud to support our local fishermen, fish mercha
This is probably the best traditional Fish and Chips lunchtime meal this family of three have ever had. Friendly serving staff, well presented and spotlessly clean restaurant area but limited seating (approx 20) and even with a small posy/vase of season flowers non the table. Very clean toilets The meal is cooked on demand, so be prepared to wait several minutes - but it's well worth it.
4 based on 172 reviews
The building is a beautifully understatded traditional old Scottish house full of charm and character - believed to be dated around 1898 set in traditional fishing village of Rosehearty, located only a few miles west of Fraserburgh. The hotel is within ea
We were in the area and stopped for lunch. The food was excellent and all made on the premises including the coleslaw and mayonnaise, risotto and lasagne. The restaurant which doubles up as a function suite was clean and fresh and the staff friendly and very helpful.The cost was very reasonable as well.
4 based on 133 reviews
Family run restaurant with the menu focus on local fish and seafood. Fresh, local, personal service and a warm welcome awaits you.
Visited with my husband and dog for lunch. I had lentil soup followed by breaded haddock and my husband the Cullen skink and battered haddock. All the food was tasty and portions were large. Thank you for taking the time to review your visit your comments are appreciated. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Kind regards
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