Top 5 foodie destinations in Fife

Top 5 foodie destinations in Fife

Explore what Fife has to offer through these 5 amazing places to eat from food markets to cafes, we have it covered.

 The Kinneuchar Inn | ££- £££

The Kinneuchar Inn is a 17th-century pub and restaurant in the heart of East Neuk, It is the only pub in the village of Kilconquhar, Leven in Fife. The pub was reopened in 2019 by chef James Ferguson and partner Alethea Palmer.

The regularly changing menu of award-winning food is based on ingredients sourced from the Balcaskie Estate and a handful of carefully curated partners. You can either dine indoors for food or sit in the meadow and enjoy the outdoors for drinks (weather permitting).

The Fix Fife, Burntisland | £-££

The Fix Fife, is a popular cafe based on Burntisland High Street. It is run by a husband and wife duo that are on a mission to bring you your caffeine and food fix. Their aim is to serve up some classic dishes like toasties and sandwiches while also introducing some world flavours for customers to experience.

Food is prepared in house using fresh local ingredients, so they can bring you delicious flavours direct to you. The Fix Fife also features artwork on the wall for sale giving customers another reason to visit. Locals are also invited to bring their dogs to the cafe.

The Cellar | £££

The Cellar, Anstruther is a unique Michelin star restaurant offering an unforgettable dining experience through warm friendly service with outstanding food. They offer just one tasting menu, inspired by seasonal Scottish produce and locally foraged ingredients from our coastline and countryside.

They work passionately with local farmers, suppliers and producers, to bring our guests the best produce available to them throughout the seasons, enabling them to create a purposefully designed and thoughtful dining experience.

Bowhouse Market | £-££

Bowhouse Market is part of the Balcaskie Estate, located in the heart of the East Neuk, between Elie and St Monans. Bowhouse is well known for their market weekend held on the second weekend of each month and is a gathering place for people who really care about food.

They welcome the best local food and drink traders from across Scotland to sell their products and provide workshops and cooking demonstrations to look deeper into seasonal produce. Grab some lunch from their street food area or hang out in our outside dog friendly seating area.

Town House Deli Falkland | £-££

The Town House Deli and Bakery is Fife's newest bakery and can be found in the pretty conservation of Falkland. They offer a range of foods such as fresh breads, pastries and cakes daily as well as deli items and many locally sourced produce. Along with local produce they also sell other local items such as candles and serve takeaway food and drinks.

If you are in the local area and visit the Deli, make sure to look out for our coffee as we are a stockist within their store.

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