Reviews on Pub food in Markinch, Glenrothes, Scotland. Markinch (Scots: also Merkinch, from Scottish Gaelic Marc Innis, meaning 'horse-inch/island or haugh (river meadow)') It is a both a town and a parish in the heart of Fife, Scotland. According to an estimate taken in 2008, the town has a population of 2,420. The civil parish had a population of 16,530 (in 2011). Markinch is east of Fife's administrative centre, Glenrothes and preceded Cupar as Fife's place of warranty and justice prior to the 13th century.
Things to do in Markinch
3 based on 160 reviews
Good pub grub. Cheap prices. Good service.In the middle of town so handy for the shopping center.Below a hotel so perfect for a full Scottish breakfast when you get up in the morning.Dear xWackixMany thanks for your recent review.We hope to see you again soon.Kind regards,JonnyUnit Manager
3 based on 349 reviews
My co-workers took me to foxtons for my birthday. Never been before and the place did make an impression.Very classy, nice interior, very attentive service and a menu in which everything sound yummy. Difficult to pick!All the dishes looked amazing, my southern fried chicken was scrumptious :) The Apple and toffee cheesecake was absolutely delicious too.Very reasonably priced.Will definitely come back and recommend it.
3 based on 542 reviews
Bankhead Gate was built in 1994 & is ideally located on the busiest roundabout in Fife & the main road to Dundee (the A92). We're also close to Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy & Balbirney Hotel. Our freshly cooked pub food is served up in generous portions by our f
My husband had the mixed grill and I had scampi, we both thoroughly enjoyed our meal - no complaints
3 based on 742 reviews
The Fettykil Fox in Glenrothes is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales a
Very unfriendly and unwelcoming when we arrived. Asked to sit at the dog friendly area. Staff pointed over there which we then asked which part cause obviously its a big area. The staff then said âwell itâs just here, we donât reserve tables for dogsâ. Which is not what we asked but okay. We then continued to order and the staff came back to tell me I couldnât have my 6 month old puppy on the seat. Which is understandable but the way she spoke to us and the fact I was there few months back and he was allowed. If I had him on the floor he would just wonder about and annoy customer which would be worse. So we decided to leave and she actually asked us what was wrong? Which then we told her. To our surprise she was actually the supervisor. The manager then came out and she was even worse. We come here often which then manager replied âWell I havenât seen you here beforeâ. Before we left she had then said âGood luck in finding a dog friendly restaurantâ. We were so shocked about her comment. They are many dog friendly restaurants/cafes I take my puppy regularly and we chose to come here and have an awful experience. You should NOT call yourself a dog friendly restaurant and I recommend staff training.Gwen L, it's upsetting to hear that you did not receive the top-notch service we strive to provide. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will use your comments to refine our efforts to ensure this issue does not happen again.Team Fettykil
3 based on 208 reviews
Freshly made traditional pub/restaurant food with full table service in the restaurant areas - large parties catered for
We Visited the Gilvenbank for Mothersday lunch! It was very good the food was well presented and tasty! If anything the portions are very large baked salmon and roast beef were particularly good! Really nice touch when leaving each mum was given a small bag made up with chocolates!
3 based on 124 reviews
We entered this establishment this morning, around 10.45 on May 2nd, in search of breakfast. The unedifying sight of cigarette ends protruding from the receptacle at the front door almost did for us, but, having been disappointed by our usual breakfast providers, Banners House Hotel - supposedly 'closed for maintenance' - we were desperate. Desperate... and about to be disappointed for the second time in close succession. If there were any staff, after 5 minutes they had failed to appear, and a quick search did not uncover them. Perhaps they are unused to customers at this time of day. Perhaps they do not want customers at this time of day. Bear this in mind if you find yourself in Markinch, and hoping for a Full Scottish.
4 based on 186 reviews
"A little taste of Italy in the heart of Fife!" Traditional Tuscan Italian Cuisine cooked by a passionate Florentine Chef using only the best fresh local produce, served in quaint, intimate surroundings. A cosy, dog friendly bar with a real log fire await
Visited The Kettlebridge Inn for the first time and will definitely come again. Attended with the family and the kids have voted it their best Italian - ever!Amazing standard of food, great selection and the deserts are something else!Rare that I take time out to write a review but this place most certainly merits one.
5 based on 41 reviews
A traditional Pub that does lovely food at good value. Open for food Thursday through till Sunday. Please phone and book to avoid disappointment.
Saw the good reviews so we visited for lunch today. Basic but clean decor and the waiting staff are very friendly efficient and polite. We ordered garlic mushrooms in a creamy white wine sauce and chicken goujons for starters, the goujons looked homemade and were tasty but the accompanying salad leaves were a little discoloured, the garlic mushrooms had very little sauce and what sauce there was was actually black mushrooms were also rather cold portion was also very small - these were returned to the kitchen - see photo Mains ordered were steak burger with cheese and bacon also breaded fish with veg and salad. The burger was rather greasy and lacked flavour, the fish arrived with no veg and chips which I didnât order, with small amount of salad again looking rather discoloured and quite a lot of stalks. The fish was well cooked and tasty but the chips and salad were left uneaten. The dining area is rather noisy with kids running around and the coffee machine being knocked about on a regular basis. The food is inexpensive and 50% is tasty and well cooked ( goujons/fish â mushrooms/burger â) I might be wasting my time replying.... but here goes.You didn't like the Mushrooms starter (one of our very popular dishes) This sometimes happens in the trade, so when my wife explained how the dish is cooked, she offered you another dish as an option.... you said no you didn't want anything else. We told that we would remove the starter from your bill. Your mains arrived and you managed to eat all the "tasteless greasy burger" and our lovely fish. Although you complained about receiving a portion of chips even though you had asked for none. My lovely wife apologised for this terrible atrocity and offered you a free sweet.... you declined our offer.Before I wrote this reply I read many of your reviews already posted and see a trend of an unhappy individual trailing round the country as a wannabe Michelin inspector. Your Foxtons bar review in particular seems to display your trait of belittling establishments.I'm sure you want me to say that we have sacked the waiter and chef and barred any children from our establishment on the back of your review! Sorry no... .We are a small pub in a fife housing estate who trys very hard to provide decent food at a reasonable price to our local family's and regular happy visitors. If we fail to meet our own high standards we try our best to rectify it at source.Sadly, You seemed hellbent on giving us a poor review... can I suggest you avoid our pub in the future and eat somewhere that already has a Michelin star? You may have to spend more than Â£20 though!
4 based on 150 reviews
A traditional country pub with a warm and welcoming open fire . Bar is open on Friday's from 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 4pm. The PLough is now a drinks only pub, however we will occaisionally have promotions such as Quizzes or Fishy Friday. Kepp an
Took two friends with us to revisit the Plough, which I hadn't visited for years.It was better than I remembered it and well worth the detour around back roads to reach it. Super friendly welcome, extensive (but not too expensive) menu from which we all chose different dishes and none of us was disappointed. Their cups of soup of the day were big and hot and excellent value for money.
5 based on 295 reviews
Public House Serving food 7 days a week Nacho's, Mozz Dippers, Mac Cheese, Steaks, Pizza, Desserts Kids Menu Also Available, you can book a table through our website
Came here today for the first time today and will definitely be back, the staff are so welcoming and friendly, the food is amazing I had nachos as a starter and macaroni and chips with salad as a main it was out of this world!
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