Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Pittenweem. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Pittenweem (/ˌpɪtənˈwiːm/ listen (help·info)) is a fishing village and civil parish in Fife, on the east coast of Scotland. At the 2001 census, it had a population of 1,747.
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4 based on 258 reviews
Small hotel serving food all day. open for breakfasts, lunches, high teas and dinners, Children welcome. Dogs welcome in our public bar and garden area.
Last day of our holiday, so we popped in here for breakfast before we set off home. Very attentive and friendly staff, and for Â£14.50, a great breakfast. Particularly enjoyed the black pudding and sausage, excellent quality. Lovely bright and sunny surroundings and very clean. Great start to the day.Would recommend and return HiThanks for taking the time to review us, we really appreciate it. Breakfast is a very important meal of the day and we try our best to ensure we set you up for the day with ours.We look forward to your return.Kind Regards
4 based on 48 reviews
The Station Buffet Bar is a traditional local pub situated in the coastal village of Elie, in the East Neuk of Fife. With an impressive selection of beer, malt whisky and wine, and a delicious snack menu served throughout the day, youâll find something fo
We popped in for a couple of drinks after lunch at The Pavilion.The lady behind the bar was friendly and seemed to be more than happy to be 'wound up' by the locals who were in. The beer was good and, my wife told me, the wine pretty much average pub quality.All in all, we were pleased to have visited again, having not been in since it changed from being 'Braids'.Thanks for the review Stuart. We have upgraded our wine list recently and hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 210 reviews
The 19th Hole, at Earlsferry, overlooks the 4th Tee of Elie Links and is a hidden gem of the East Neuk, all food is fresh, locally sourced and cooked in view in their open kitchen. The 19th Hole offers the bunker room for Private Dining for up to 20 and t
On a cold and blustery September day, this pub provided a warm and welcoming refuge. Very friendly service, good food. Televisions with sport, but I guess that is inevitable here.Thank you for you fabulous feedback hope to see you again Much loveMichelle Wilson
4 based on 1085 reviews
The Ship Inn at Elie in Fife has long been one of Scotland's most iconic pubs, famous for its great views, stunning location, and even as the only pub in the world to have a cricket team with a pitch on the beach. The owners, Graham and Rachel Bucknall, w
Very expensive for what is on offer.We waited an extraordinary long time and although apologies were forthcoming - and a refund - it was just too long for my pregnant wife, increasingly restless toddler and a French friend I'd brought along to show what the east Neuk had to offer. The Crail ale was also far too cold.Disappointing also for myself, who as a local, would like to support local business. All year round.Won't be coming back for a long time I'm afraid. I think we'd be better off with a nice picnic basket on the beach which I suspect we'll be doing from now on.After our ordeal I bumped into another family who'd obviously had the same experiment - we'd joked about having escaped the "hospitality" ... And agreed that we'd tried it and that was their chance.The ship inn will not suffer from people voting with their feet as I suspect it's a hobby business rather than something that has to be profitable.Perhaps a bit harsh! But having looked forward to a nice day out- it stole some of our sunshine that day. Fortunately I know the area so well, it's the best place and there are so many other fine dining opportunities to enjoy elsewhere.
4 based on 57 reviews
Great position overlooking the harbour.Loved the decor....nautical.Really good menu,excellent service from the Staff(this was the day after Boxing Day) we were a large party of adults and children and all well catered for the food was superb.
3 based on 440 reviews
The poor reviews are to be believed. It should be amazing....wonderful spot, cozy vibe etc. Instead food was really poor, and the management was a masterclass in 'passive aggressive'. My Cullen Skink starter was ok (bread stale)..but when it emerged again with mashed potato on top as my wife's Main Course and called a 'pie'.. unbelievable. I'm not going to waste time detailing any more..long reviews are dull. Last night of our holidays ruined by soulless, careless, tasteless fare. Just believe me, don't eat here.
4 based on 536 reviews
The Anstruther Boathouse is a Beer/Wine Bar, Coffee Bar and Restaurant and Beer Garden on the waterfront of Anstruther Shore. Accommodation is also available including The Harbour View Suite, The Craw's Nest deluxe double ensuite room and The Robert Louis
We spent the night at the Boathouse 27/07/2019 we had the room called the Craws nest (no2) very good room comfortable bed and a brilliant view over the harbour with chairs and table to sit at and watch the people go by. It's on the top floor and the second flight of stairs is a stone spiral staircase (could be tricky with big bags). The bar downstairs had a good atmosphere and friendly staff. Breakfast the next morning was ample and freshly cooked. would we go back... YES!Thank you both for staying with us- you are greatly valued guests. Your feedback on Sunday was extremely helpful and we are looking forward to your next visit. Thanks again.
4 based on 337 reviews
This is not a place to come if you want to have a conversation. The place is very crowded, reservations absolutely essential. The tables are very close together and it seems popular with families. Our group last night finally gave up and ate in silence.However, the food is quite good--we had everything from fajitas to sea bass and all were excellent. We were amazed at how quickly the food came to us--the fastest service we experienced in three weeks in Scotland. The waitress encouraged us to order seafood--she said it was what they are known for. Those that did order it, said it was excellent. I had two appetizers for my entree and the calamari was unusual--very large rings, but good. The portions are quite large and the desserts were wonderful.
4 based on 64 reviews
Lovely village pub with sun-filled beer garden (when Scottish weather allows). Great range of beers spirits - including Hop House 13, Joker IPA, Guinness, Addlestone's Cloudy Cider and Tennent's lager. Excellent wine list with super selections from old an
Visited with my two daughters. Was informed of a big wait for food which was no problem. Ordered x2 fish and chips and chips along with a bowl of chips. In less than ten minutes our food arrived. If thatâs a long wait I wonder what a shot wait is Food was tasty and the best fish he had in years. Left full and happy. Wonderful place with friendly helpful staff. Will definitely make a return visit as the chowder looks amazing. No photos as was too busy eating What a lovely review! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave your comments. It was a delight to serve you and your two lovely daughters and Iâm just glad we could fit you in and serve you without much of a wait. Hopefully see you all again in the not too distant future. Tim
4 based on 282 reviews
Visited last Christmas time just for a drink and said that if we ever went again to the area, weâd eat here. Enjoyed their veggie tasting board, macaroni cheese (which was fantastic) and a scotch egg. All very nice and washed down with a nice bottle of wine.
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