Probably the most asked question from our guests (outside of golf) is where we would recommend to eat! St Andrews has a variety of restaurants, whether you are are looking for a five star dining experience, an informal setting, burgers, steak or fish and chips! As a university town we have something for everyone and the standard is excellent.
THE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
The Seafood Restaurant are open 7 days a week, serving coffees from 10am, lunches from 12 noon and dinners from 6.00pm. Our bar is licensed to serve from 11am to midnight, offering the best wines in town, as well as a great selection of gins and malt whisky and our own local beer from the St Andrews Brewing Co, a sister business. The food is exceptional in an ideal location to watch the waves crashing on the beach while sipping on your choice of beverage.
A great addition to the town in 2015, Prezzo offers a very consistent quality of food and service. Even though it’s a chain, it doesn’t feel like it and there are always offers online so check before you visit.
The Grange Inn is a lovely 17th century converted farmhouse with a delightful restaurant with panoramic views looking out over St Andrews and St. Andrews Bay. Chef Proprietor John Kelly has created a superb menu using the freshest of local produce available and is looking forward to welcoming you to the restaurant.
The award-winning tandoori restaurtant set in the heart of St Andrews, where you will find the best of Indian cuisine combined with excellent service and a relaxed atmosphere. The Restaurant was established over a decade ago in 1998 and is a favourite among locals as well as the many celebrities who visit the town. You are sure to enjoy the flavour of the East and the experience of dining in the unique atmosphere of Jahangir.
The Tailend is a family run business which has been in the fish industry for four generations. All of the fish they serve is supplied by their own fish house in Arbroath, G&A Spink Fish Merchants. Tailend started off in the seaside town of St Andrews and after the huge success they have had here, they decided it was time to move this fish to a bigger pond. So they’ve swam the Tay and are setting up home in Dundee! Taking over famous Deep Sea restaurant in the Nethergate.
In the heart of St Andrews at 127 South Street, The Adamson is the perfect place to eat, drink and socialise. Throughout 2016, The Adamson is creating a set of seasonal menus as part of the restaurant’s dedication to using the freshest ingredients and commitment to sustainability.
The Claret Jug Restaurant at the Dunvegan Hotel, named in honour of the famous Open Championship trophy, is a cosy, informal dining room specialising in quality char grilled steaks while offering a variety of other mouth watering dishes including fish, chicken and ever popular rack of lamb. Only the very best in fresh, local produce, prepared daily by our experienced chefs, is utilised in our food offerings.
This historic building dates back to the 1850s, when it was the stationmaster’s lodge, and the history and heritage live on. Today, The Jigger Inn is home to golfing memorabilia, crackling open-hearth fires, home-cooked food and a superb selection of Scottish beers.
With an award-winning team, the very best of Scotland’s larder, and a passion and flare for the delicious and delectable, the Road Hole Restaurant at the Old Course Hotel is an exceptional dining experience. Uninterrupted and spectacular views stretch across the Old Course towards West Sands and the sea beyond.
We work with the best local Artisans who believe in sustainable agriculture. We are Members of the SRA – Sustainable Restaurant Association who help us to source food more sustainably, manage resources more efficiently and work more closely with our local community. They also help diners identify those restaurants doing the right thing. So, whether a diner’s sustainability concerns are about Sourcing, the Environment or Society, the SRA and Forgan’s are committed to a change for the better.