Renowned seafood restaurant, close to the harbour of the picturesque fishing village of Anstruther. It is accessed by a cobbled courtyard and is exceptionally atmospheric - ideal for a romantic meal. Proprieter Peter Jukes is established as one of Scotlands leading chefs, he was awarded Scottish Restaurant Chef of the Year 2002 and is also the Chairman of The Master Chefs of Great Britain. Menu contains signature classics such as the exquisite crayfish bisques. 12 miles from St Andrews. 2 AA Rosettes.
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Renowned seafood restaurant, close to the harbour of the picturesque fishing village, accessed by a cobbled courtyard. It occupies the ground floor cellar of the family home, a former cooperage, and is not subterranean. The restaurant has recently extended to 40 seats and now has a cosy lounge area for drinks. The main room is low ceilinged with exposed beams and subdued lighting; classical music adding to the ambience. The carte offers a good choice, but the attractively priced set lunch makes the restaurant more accessible. The emphasis is on local seafood, simply prepared and very fresh, including an accurately cooked crayfish bisque gratin, and fillet of roast cod with a pesto crust, pine nuts and bacon.