Enjoy the Christmas and New Year festivities at this luxurious Perthshire haven on the banks of the River Tay.
No one can guarantee barbecue weather but Scott Brothers Butchers in Dundee can guarantee top quality, locally sourced meat that will make any BBQ a success!
Fish and chips have long-been a popular meal choice for those who want a tasty treat. In Scotland, we are incredibly lucky to have so many good quality fish and chip shops on our doorstep, many of them award-winning. Locally sourced produce is a big draw for fish and chip fans, but it is also the location, excellent customer service, and sustainability of these chippies that keep the customers coming back for more. Here we have selected five of the best chippies in Scotland for you to try...
For Murray Chalmers, Cardo was a bit of a find, although he admits that might amuse many citizens of Perth because he's since learnt his great discovery actually opened in 2005. But, as he says below, it was a pleasant surprise.
Old Course executive chef Martin Hollis makes a comforting soup to see us through January.
What a beautiful time of year to be outside, especially on a farm while the fluffy lambs are skipping and everything looks so green and alive. I've been hearing rumours about a farm shop being developed at North Grange Farm, close to David Lloyd and Dobbies in Monifieth, and at last it has opened its doors.
Did you know that if you are gluten intolerant, you can still enjoy fish and chips? Ahead of Coeliac Awareness Week (May 14-20), we celebrate one local fish and chip shop which has been offering gluten free menu options for the past four years – North Street Chip Shop in Forfar.
When it comes to local convenience stores, one name in Dundee springs to mind – Hayat’s Premier Store. So it is no wonder that this family-run convenience store is among the first few in the city to offer a home delivery service.
The owners of a Forfar hotel are celebrating a successful first year of business.
For decades, Perth was a key centre of the whisky industry, its clout and repute built on three pioneering names—Dewar, Bell and Gloag.