Reviews on European food in Aberdour, Scotland, United Kingdom. Aberdour (/ˌæbərˈdaʊər/ ( listen); Scots: Aiberdour, Scottish Gaelic: Obar Dobhair) is a scenic and historic village on the south coast of Fife, Scotland. It is on the north shore of the Firth of Forth, looking south to the island of Inchcolm and its Abbey, and to Leith and Edinburgh beyond. According to the 2011 census, the village has a population of 1,633.
Things to do in Aberdour
5 based on 209 reviews
We source our food responsibly, supporting small food producers and suppliers, building relationships with the people who help create what we eat. Organic produce will feature across the menu which may change slightly depending on what our local farms and
I went there today for the first time because I wanted to experience the porridges and black pudding. I didn't regret my choice for the whole experience! The ladies working there were extremely nice, concerned about my opinion on the food and the whole establishment had a great vibe, welcoming and warming environment no doubt! Will definitely return one day!
4 based on 594 reviews
The Grill Is not just a hotel restaurant. This is a real treat.Classic cocktails and martinis, international beers and a fine range of wines and malts. Fabulous fresh produce, carefully prepared, simply cooked and beautifully presented.
We had booked a two-night stay to visit family and celebrate my husbandâs birthday, and although we hadn't mentioned the birthday when we booked, we were surprised and delighted to be upgraded to an executive room on the fifth floor which gave us a few extraâs including Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobes and slippers and complimentary cocktails for two. We had booked a Friday dinner, bed and breakfast package for our first evening, extremely good value at Â£120 for two people (and even more so with the upgrade) and again we were surprised and delighted that evening to be taken to a private dining room within the restaurant. The service literally could not have been better. The staff accommodated our dietary needs, showed extensive knowledge of the menu, checked for any allergies and offered a good selection on the vegan menu for one of our group. We all chose differently from the a la carte menu and every meal was delicious, well presented and served with care and attention by the staff. A wonderful experience!The hotel, bar and restaurant are stylish and comfortable, have a lovely ambience, and the staff throughout the hotel are friendly, polite and give excellent service without being intrusive in any way.
4 based on 222 reviews
The cuisine at Garvock House has won many admirers over the years and creates the perfect ambience for a leisurely lunch or intimate dinner for two. One of the finest dining establishments in West Fife with a reputation of good food and quality service in
Garvock House certainly pulled out the stops for a 90th birthday lunch for 14.A beautiful private dining room, excellent service and most importantly really good food.Chicken liver parfait, haggis fritters, roast chicken breast, lemon posset, sticky toffee puddingâ¦all absolutely delicious.The setting is great and we all had an excellent long afternoon.Will definitely be back and can highly recommend.Good morning Londoner_ChrisWhat a way to start the morning - the team are thrilled with your comments - thank you.Always a pleasure to look after our very valued customers especially for special family occasions.Looking forward to welcoming you back.Kind regardsPamela
4 based on 455 reviews
Came in for date night with the husband, had the salmon pasta and was actually amazed at how good it was, the staff put the experience over the top! I was served by a younger gentleman named Jaz who had really good banter and made my night. Will be back for the next date nightThanks for the kind review We're glad you enjoyed your experience with us at Fabric !
4 based on 268 reviews
A dozen people attended the evening session for dinner at this establishment. Ordered what was described as a bit of everything. About 15 minute wait, then plates of food arrived for a help yourself to what you want session.!Very well presented Mediterranean style of food where everyone sampled 5-6 different types and flavoured dishes.Followed by a home made sponged layered cake with fresh cream.Coffee followed.Never been to this establishment before. About 10 other diners in 3 groups also present. A very good evening. Thought it a bit pricey but quality was there.Didnât manage to check the toilets. Parking not great as building on a corner of a main crossroads with traffic lights. Expect to walk about 200-300 yds to find a space.Would recommend this for âlargishâ groups only as I have not dined here with 1-3 people.
4 based on 52 reviews
A group of us went here for an evening meal, at first I wasn't sure what type of a place it would be because you walk into the take-away section and walk over to the left hand side of the restaurant which is set up with a few tables. I think it would be nicer if the partition was pulled over as there was a lot of people coming in and waiting for their take-away and it felt like we were being watched all the time. Some of our party felt quite cold (the radiators weren't on and the front door was constantly being opened) so they kept their coats on throughout the meal. The meal was really good and well presented on the plates with all our food being cooked really well, however the chicken pakoras were really greasy but peel away the batter and the chicken was nicely done. It seemed to take forever for the food to be served up, we arrived at 7pm and didn't finish till nearly 10pm, food could of come to the table a bit quicker I thought. The restaurant has a bring your own bottle policy and there is no corkage charge. There is a bus stop right outside the restaurant with regular buses running late (No.7 will take you to Kirkcaldy bus station or Dunfermline the other way). If you are looking for gourmet food then this is not the place for you, if you are looking for take-away food (albeit really well presented on the plate) to eat at an good price, sitting down at a table, with a few beers or wine then this is place for you. The server was polite and well presented and the owner/chef did come over and ask how we were and how the food was, so it was nice to see him taking the trouble to get feedback from his clientele.
5 based on 206 reviews
We enjoyed our third visit to the Lighthouse today and was delighted with the friendly welcome, wonderful food, fresh from the fishermanâs trawler and nice ambiance. This is a lovely little restaurant overlooking Newhaven Harbour which never disappoints. Iâve tried a few different fish dishes now, everyone fantastic but they also have a meat and a vegetarian option too which weâre all well received. Word of warning though, do book in advance to ensure a table. Weâve heard a few disappointed travellers be turned away
4 based on 637 reviews
We had a superb meal here and thoroughly recommend it. The menu is not big, which I always think is a good indication of excellent food! Our friends had venison and my husband had fish and I had two starters as I have a small appetite. Service was good and we enjoyed our food very much. Friends tell me the ex Labour PM, Gordon Brown, is a frequent visitor.iThanks for reviewing us. We hope to see you again soon. The Wee Team
4 based on 340 reviews
Award-winning family run Pantry and Kitchen in the heart of the Fife countryside serving homemade food all prepared in our kitchen from locally sourced and fresh ingredients.
How have I never heard of this place before?Went as a large group for a a celebration lunch and nothing was too much trouble for the staff. Very friendly, attentive and the food was amazing with generous portions I had the Mac n cheese which was delish and others had cranberry Panini, chicken curry, lasagne, fish. All were thoroughly enjoyed. The desserts were fab too and all home made by the owner. The staff offered to cut up our cake then returned having bagged up the pieces individually to take away. Really can't recommend enough and will be back.
5 based on 465 reviews
Room with A View, Seafood Restaurant situated within the Forth View Hotel in the coastal village Aberdour, Fife. Enjoy succulent scallops, wholesome halibut & Fresh Langoustines and many more delicious seasonal seafood dishes cooked to exquisite perfectio
Brilliant service. Super food. Canât fault it. Lovely setting. Only 7 tables so nice and cosy. A real gem in Fife. Canât say much more really. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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