Is gin overtaking whisky as Scotland’s national drink? Too bold a claim, maybe. However, when you consider 70% of all UK gin is now produced north of the border, Scottish gin deserves to be recognised as a serious industry.
Scotland’s youngest-ever Michelin-starred chef has joined a Tayside restaurant where he hopes to bring freshly foraged food to diners.
CHIPS ARE a national obsession but we cannot take credit for their invention. It was a Belgian who brought them to Scotland and it was Dundee where they were first eagerly devoured.
A top Perthshire chef has attacked hygiene assessors for making it “almost impossible” for restaurants to pass inspections.
Top Scottish chef Andrew Fairlie has given his backing to a campaign to cut food waste in our homes.
A successful Dundee cafe is to be transformed into a restaurant after just two years in existence due to “customer demand”, its owners say.
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.
A Dundee coffee maker has won the Best Barista Award, in what he states is “passion and love” of coffee.
It’s a sticky issue that divided Courier readers: does chocolate taste better at room temperature or served straight from the fridge?
The Hotel Broughty Ferry is changing opinions (or at least one opinion).