If you go looking for a simple French bistro like Caf Montmartre in the actual Montmartre, chances are you’re going to be disappointed.
It was nearly three years ago that we had the pleasure of reviewing The View Restaurant with its stunning views over the River Tay.
If you are of a certain Dundonian vintage (I’m not, but I hobnob with people with long memories), you might remember 204 Perth Road as the home of the Shakespeare coffee bar or the Underworld, a haven of 60s nostalgia for a generation of groovy young locals.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry is changing opinions (or at least one opinion).
Restaurant reviews in The Courier don’t award marks for a room with a view. If they did, the Ship Inn in Broughty Ferry would surely score 10 out of 10.
Half-hidden under the Ardgowan Hotel and sited just a couple of hundred yards from the world-famous Old Course is one of St Andrews’ best kept secrets Playfair’s Restaurant and Steakhouse.
Perched on the crest of a hill just outside St Andrews in the village of Strathkinness, looking north over the Eden estuary towards Dundee and beyond, the Tavern at Strathkinness couldn’t have a better view.
The Inn at Lathones is an old coach house nestled in the countryside a few miles inland from St Andrews.
From the outside, the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans isn’t the most promising. Seventies motel, rather than the kind of place that would feature a two AA rosette restaurant.
If you’ve ever been to Italy, then you’ll no doubt know the welcome feeling of ducking out of the heat and into a cool, dark trattoria or ristorante that you have happened upon whilst exploring the streets.