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…

ROAST – The Sunday roast menu has arrived. According to Wikipedia, the Sunday roast is a traditional British main meal, typically served on Sunday (hence the name), consisting of roasted meat, roast potato, and accompaniments such as Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, vegetables, and gravy.  Now that sounds quite a simple concept you would think, but we’ve struggled…

Lunch at The Mustard Seed in Inverness Our North Coast 500 road trip started off in beautiful Inverness and we were invited by the family owned Mustard Seed restaurant to come along and sample their popular lunch menu. Situated on the banks of the River Ness, this former church was bustling with happy diners on a…

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…

Lunch at Victoria’s in Pitlochry After enjoying a fabulous stay at the Old Mill Inn, we were looking forward to trying out their sister-restaurant for a lunchtime treat. Victoria’s Restaurant occupies a lovely corner on the street and you can enjoy a hearty breakfast, a leisurely lunch, coffee and a cake or a romantic dinner.…

Boys Eat Scotland – Lunch at Barley Bree Review: A weekend without a plan can be bliss sometimes so we decided to take a drive out of town towards Perthshire – ok it was a run in the car and we’re turning into our parents. First stop was a walk around the Hermitage near Dunkeld…