St Andrews is a well known place to eat, with over 100 great restaurants
Here are just a few suggestions for places to eat out during your visit.
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.
now open & going full steam ahead, Julie & Mike look forward to welcoming you to our new bar. we are open 7 days a week from 12 till late. a great atmosphere before or after your meal or just simply to enjoy some of our wines & cocktails including barrel aged, sous vide, & dry ice specials or a snack from our bar menu.
Husband and wife team Morag and Ian Hamilton have run the informal, respected Vine Leaf for 25 years. At the end of a close, just off the spine of St Andrews, Morag’s menu makes the most of the great local seafood and game. She also gives vegetarians more than customary choice, and more than usual imagination. Ian pays equal attention to the wine list: extensive research has resulted in six house wines and over 60 more bottles.
This ‘hidden gem’ is a cafe & bar situated on South Street. Food is served daily 12.00pm – 8.00pm and caters for every budget. We love to have an emphasis on home cooked food with quality drinks to match and we also like to think we are big enough to cope yet small enough to care.
Located on Market Street in the picturesque town of St. Andrews. Close to both the university and the internationally renowned golf course, the Central Bar is a cosy pub that serves a range of cask ales and great British pub food such as Hunter’s chicken, succulent Burgers and traditional Bangers & Mash.
This is a real Italian family restaurant, and you feel that the minute you arrive. Service is great and the food is excellent. Menu is extensive from Pizza to wonderful steak and veal. You need to book as it always very busy. Definatly not to be missed.
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.
It’s the bar with the longest history in St Andrews which, according to the staff, makes it the most experienced and thus the greatest. Somewhere near this site from as early as the 12th century, enterprising locals were serving up gruel to pilgrims as they entered the West Port. The ‘pat’ from which the pub takes its name was the pot they served it from. The current building dates from 1902, but there’s been a hostelry here since 1580. All of this has led to the most traditional and homely of bars, the kind of place you can set your clock by the regulars. Popular also with postgraduate students, real ale drinkers and tourists, The Whey Pat guarantees the friendliest of visits.
The West Port Bar & Kitchen, St Andrews, is a contemporary “gastro pub” located in the heart of the picturesque town famed for golf. A favourite destination for locals and students – plus visitors to the golf courses, sandy St Andrews’ beaches and the Castle.
The Keys Bar is one of the only independent bars still operating in the town and has been owned and run by the Gordon family for around 30 years. Carol Gordon was always the face behind the bar and this role has now been taken over by her lovely daughter Claire.