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Restaurant Reviews

East Scryne Fruit Farm (46/50)

July 7 2018

As we bask in the glory of the warm summer sunshine and admire Courier Country and all it has to offer, this week my little girl and I celebrated the strawberry. Of course she loves a chocolate biscuit, but given the choice, she'd reach for the juicy fruit every time.

Restaurant Reviews

Gidi Grill, City Quay, Dundee (42/50)

June 23 2018

This was another week I had the pleasure of visiting one of Dundee's newest restaurants. We are so lucky that in this time of regeneration, places are popping up all over the place and the Gidi Grill in City Quay offers something a little bit different.

Restaurant Reviews

St Andrews Bar & Grill at The Fairmont (37/50)

June 9 2018

The Bar and Grill is actually in the Clubhouse of the Fairmont rather than the main hotel building, which means that the large windows look out not only onto the prestigious golf course but the most spectacular view of the sea and St Andrews in the distance.

Restaurant Reviews

Gather Kitchen & Deli, Carnoustie (39/50)

June 2 2018

We in Courier country are surrounded by a wealth of lovely independent places to go for lunch. We don't necessarily need to choose a favourite, we could visit a different one each week for years. Each establishment has its own quirks and selling points and this week, I ate at Gather in Kitchen & Deli to see what their character was bringing to Carnoustie.

Food & Drink

Longparke Farm Shop & Cafe, Monifieth (41/50)

May 26 2018

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.

Restaurant Reviews

The Grange Inn, St Andrews (39/50)

May 12 2018

On a bright and sunny day in April, a friend and I took a drive from Dundee, over the Tay Bridge, through St Andrews, and a mere five minutes after leaving the famous town, we arrived at our destination - The Grange Inn. It did not seem possible that, in this short distance, we could have gained so much altitude as the views from the car park alone are something to behold.