Congratulations to Ballathie for winning Best CHEESEBOARD in Scotland and the UK Award at the British Cheese Awards. (October 2013). Ballathie’s General Manager says: “It’s the latest example of the great culinary strides we’re achieving at Ballathie to make it a major dining destination. Cheese is part of Britain’s food heritage and an important part of a meal.” I couldnt agree more! Turreted fairytale architecture with fine food and wonderful relaxing ambience is signature to this gracious hideaway by Perth. Guests at Ballathie are usually lucky enough to see some of the many red squirrels that live here on the estate. With its glorious riverside location a stay here is pure magic. Members of the prestigious Scotch Beef Club.
A perfect place to break the journey on the A9 - or just a great place for a day trip. House of Bruar has developed from an excellent foodie stop with some well chosen ladies and gents' clothing, into a very substantial retail outlet - delicatessan, kitchenware, clothing, home and garden. The restaurant has local butchers' sausages and haggis, gourmet seafood counter and tasty buffet options. All self service. The Food Hall is superb including a Q Guild Butchery department and massive CHEESE COUNTER. Remember to take your chill bag to bring home the cheeses and meats! By the way there are also the beautiful Falls of Bruar so you can walk off that chocolate cake afterwards!
Wendy’s Food Studio in Fife, for sustainable cooking courses, meetings, projects and bespoke events.
This coastal venue is home to Wendy’s range of food related activities including courses on sustainable produce, log-fired cooking and food tourism; showcasing regional artisan produce, food styling and photography. Biodiversity and rare breed expert Bosse Dahlgren covers sustainable farming and food production aspects of these courses. For further information and bespoke events and courses please contact email@example.com
Whether it be an elegant breakfast, a light lunch or afternoon tea with cake, there is something for everyone at this lovely bistro cafe within the Scottish Antique and Arts Centre. It has a graceful ambience of a period parlour and the menu reflects the local produce - cured hams and smoked salmon, home made bakes, Scottish beef and seasonal fruits. Staff are very friendly and efficient. A great place for a wee trip there is so much to see - it has also been featured on the BBC antiques programmes! Please telephone as no e mail at present.
Large sunny café is ideal to enjoy a day out. Their farm shop has local beef, organic pork, Scottish cheeses, honey and jam. A large selection of fruit and vegetables, gifts, wines and kitchenware too.
Charming welcome addition to this pretty village. A wee place with a big reputation so best to book. Locally sourced top notch seafood, game and fine beef. A very popular haunt for Fife foodies and only just over the bridge makes it a quick hop for Edinburgh folk. Please book by phone only, not by e mail. Chef Proprietor Craig Wood, pictured is justly awarded Catering in Scotland Scottish Chef of the Year 2015
Hettie's teas are innovative, tasty and fun. There is something for everyone with an amazing and imaginative range - Little Miss Spice Girl, Afternoon Chatter and Hettie in the Heather. These delightful infusions are great for creative cooking and refreshing drinking. The tearooms in Perth & Pitlochry are a haven of home baking and charming atmosphere.
Attached to Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier Chocolate and Gift Shop and the 4 Star Scottish Chocolate Centre, Legends is located in a stunning location on the banks of the River Tay. Open Mon to Sun all year round, serving freshly brewed coffee, loose leaf specialty teas and award winning hot chocolate along with sumptuous chocolate cake and scones. The Afternoon Delight is a real treat for chocolate lovers. Light lunches feature home-made soups, quiches, Scottish themed platters, wraps and salads. Follow the brown tourist road signs marked Highland Chocolatier. See also under chocolate entry.