Restaurants in Scotland recipes

Restaurants in Scotland

Restaurants in Scotland recipes


With such a glorious array of fresh produce available it is no surprise that Scotland is home to some of the UK's finest restaurants. Scottish seafood, abundant in the country’s coastlines, rivers and lochs, is famed the world over for its quality, while the variety of game available during the hunting seasons is also superb.

This collection contains some of the finest Michelin star restaurants in Scotland, run by chefs who more than make the most of the produce their country has to offer. In the east The Peat Inn provides exquisite food and warm hospitality to both locals and visitors to nearby St Andrews alike, while The Kitchin offers Michelin star dining in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital. Restaurant Martin Wishart is another string to Edinburgh’s culinary bow, while the eponymous chef has also ventured west, with Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond boasting both quality menus and incredible views.

Indeed, incredible views - and incredible food - are not hard to come by in a country with such dramatic landscapes. Further up towards the Highlands is Inverlochy Castle, a haven of fine dining sandwiched between the mountains and glens, while Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye delivers unique menus against a glorious island vista.

Restaurants in Scotland recipes on Great British Chefs

9 restaurants

The Three Chimneys has been serving honest food for over thirty years, emerging from humble beginnings to become one of Scotland’s best-loved restaurants.
The Three Chimneys, Colbost, Dunvegan, IV55 8ZT
by Scott Davies

The Three Chimneys

With Geoffrey Smeddle at the helm, diners are in for a real treat. Michelin-starred The Peat Inn restaurant offers a menu filled with seasonal dishes.
Near St Andrews, Fife , Scotland, KY15 5LH
by Geoffrey Smeddle

The Peat Inn

Scran & Scallie is the latest collaboration between Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack – the charming neighbourhood pub serves unpretentious, home-cooked food.
1 Comely Bank Rd, Stockbridge, Edinburgh, EH4 1DT
by Tom Kitchin

Scran & Scallie

Having come through the ranks under Marco Pierre White, with ringing endorsements from the man himself, it’s not surprising that Martin Wishart’s name on this charming harbour-side Leith eatery brings the crowds in.
54 The Shore, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6RA
by Martin Wishart

Restaurant Martin Wishart

Tom Kitchin’s ‘From Nature to Plate’ ethos runs right through the heart of The Kitchin restaurant. Ingredients are meticulously sourced; there are views of Edinburgh’s waterfront; and the cooking is polished but undeniably earthy.
78 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6LX
by Tom Kitchin

The Kitchin

This second venture from Martin Wishart is every bit as sophisticated as his central Leith venue, with an added air of country-house glamour.
Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, G83 8QZ
by Martin Wishart

Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

Scott Smith’s Scandi-inspired restaurant is a very welcome addition to Edinburgh’s burgeoning culinary reputation. Fhior offers a modern take on Scottish food, with Scottish produce taking centre stage.
36 Broughton St, Edinburgh, EH1 3SB
by Scott Smith


An Italian-inspired restaurant found in the heart of Glasgow, Celentano’s sees chef Dean Parker head up a kitchen of his very own for the first time.
28-32 Cathedral Square, Glasgow, G4 0XA
by Dean Parker


In an industrial estate just outside Nottingham under pylons and a flyover lies this incredible temple to gastronomic brilliance, where head chef Sat Bains cooks contemporary tasting menus using the best of local produce.
Lenton Lane, Nottingham, NG7 2SA
by Sat Bains

Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms