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Livingston's Restaurant
Livingston's Restaurant »

This is what you call a real hidden gem of a restaurant. No compromise here.

Add to shortlist LINLITHGOW, LOTHIAN
Braidwoods
Braidwoods »

Attractive converted country styled cottage surrounded by fields just outside Dalry in Ayrshire. Idyllic situation.

Add to shortlist BY DALRY, AYRSHIRE & ARRAN
Deanes
Deanes »

Although the main fine dining experience remains in Howard Street, Michael Deane has expanded his ‘empire’ considerably over the years. Keep this one in mind and follow this entry whenever in Belfast.

Add to shortlist BELFAST, ASSOCIATE
Albert & Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle
Albert & Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle »

Whether classical or traditional this is a gastronomic delight with innovation and evolving concepts. Great technical skills and dedication to produce a wonderful dining experience.

Add to shortlist FORT WILLIAM, HIGHLANDS
Stac Polly
Stac Polly »

Scottish fayre at its best with some European influences.

Add to shortlist EDINBURGH, LOTHIAN
The Three Chimneys
The Three Chimneys »

Situated 4 miles west of Dunvegan on the road to Glendale and under the watchful eye of the ‘MacLeod Tables’ you won’t want to miss this one when on the Isle of Skye.

Add to shortlist DUNVEGAN, ISLE OF SKYE
Rocpool Restaurant
Rocpool Restaurant »

Highly rated restaurant on the banks of the River Ness in Inverness

Add to shortlist INVERNESS, HIGHLANDS
63 Tay Street
63 Tay Street »

Great location just on the periphery of the city and, as its name indicates, overlooking the River Tay.

Add to shortlist PERTH, PERTH & KINROSS
The Conservatory
The Conservatory »

The Marcliffe Hotel has all the attributes of a first class operation including the Conservatory Restaurant which forms an integral part of the Hotel.

Add to shortlist ABERDEEN, GRAMPIAN
Stravaigin
Stravaigin »

Now a household name in Glasgow, Stravaigin has taken on a ‘new look’ – the traditional Scottish roots are still apparent with the introduction of a more classical and contemporary style.

Add to shortlist GLASGOW, STRATHCLYDE
Kildrummy Inn
Kildrummy Inn »

Beautiful rural location in this secluded area of Strathdon not far from Alford. Dinner was another culinary triumph.

Add to shortlist ALFORD, GRAMPIAN
The Horseshoe Restaurant with Rooms
The Horseshoe Restaurant with Rooms »

Forging ahead and eliciting praise from a number of press sources this is one for the real food connoisseur.

Add to shortlist NR PEEBLES, BORDERS
Eat on the Green
Eat on the Green »

An absolutely exquisite restaurant overlooking the village green at Udny Green not far from Ellon and close to Pitmedden gardens.

Add to shortlist ELLON, GRAMPIAN
The Golf Inn
The Golf Inn »

Derek Johnstone was the winner (2008) of the BBC's inaugural demanding MasterChef of the Year Award and his culinary talents are obvious whether you dine informally in the bar area or more formally in the main dining room.

Add to shortlist GULLANE, LOTHIAN
Grouse & Claret
Grouse & Claret »

Conveniently situated just off the M90 between Edinburgh and Perth in a rural setting, 25 acres encompassing restaurant, art gallery, fishery and meadow.

Add to shortlist HEATHERYFORD, FIFE
Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles
Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles »

A household name, Andrew Fairlie has achieved the ultimate dining experience.

Add to shortlist AUCHTERARDER, TAYSIDE
Boath House
Boath House »

No compromise here – cuisine which demonstrates a thorough grounding in classical techniques and equally at ease with modern or traditional dishes.

Add to shortlist NAIRN, GRAMPIAN
Clachan Grill
Clachan Grill »

The Clachan Grill is situated in one of the most attractive areas of Aberdeenshire and serves skillful yet simple dishes.

Add to shortlist BALLATER, GRAMPIAN
Number One Restaurant
Number One Restaurant »

Dinner at Number One is indeed a wonderful dining experience. One for ‘the foodies’ of that there is no doubt.

Add to shortlist EDINBURGH, LOTHIAN
MacLeod House Restaurant
MacLeod House Restaurant »

Known by reputation, head chef Paul Whitecross delivers a gastronomic delight using all his experience with dishes using well known suppliers to create sensible menus from local produce.

Add to shortlist BALMEDIE, GRAMPIAN

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