Lunch in sunny Broughty Ferry Broughty Ferry was once home to Dundee’s wealthy Jute owners, and this pretty seaside suburb of Dundee still maintains a well-heeled feel with its smart boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Set overlooking the Esplanade over two floors, The Tayberry Restaurant was our 2 pm lunch date.  Local Arbroath patron/chef, Adam Newth opened…

St Andrews isn’t our usual stomping ground but when the opportunity to try one of the towns longest standing family owned and run restaurants came along we jumped at the chance. Ziggy’s has been a permanent fixture in the town centre for over 30 years attracting students and locals alike for its American grill classics…

The Old Mill Inn in Pitlochry was recently voted Inn of the Year in the Scottish Hotel Awards so we went along recently to see what all the fuss was about. During the week, when we told friends we were off to The Old Mill Inn for the night, there was unanimous love for the…

Boys Eat Scotland Duck’s Inn Review – Aberlady, East Lothian We have passed Duck’s Inn in Aberlady many times on our travels through East Lothian but have never been organised enough to make it a destination for dinner. An invitation to sample head-chef Michal Mozdzen’s à la carte menu gave us an opportunity to experience…

      Hello darlings, if you haven’t dined at Rollo in Stockbridge then you must – it’s fabulous! Darlings and fabulous seem to be words you here frequently in Rollo as Lady Ailsa presides over all her beautiful guests. Ailsa was in residence the day we visited and as one of three family members…