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Wondering if anyone could recommend a decent place to eat between Edinburgh & St Andrews. Will be a group of about 10 guys so nothing fancy, just good grub at a reasonable price.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Wondering if anyone could recommend a decent place to eat between Edinburgh & St Andrews. Will be a group of about 10 guys so nothing fancy, just good grub at a reasonable price.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

 

Cracking chippy in Anstruther if its just a cheap stop off. Aparently its won loads of awards.

 

Big fat Jockmitchell's been, he might be able to tell you more.

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The Peat Inn just outside Cupar's supposed to be incredible. Possibly a bit upmarket for what you're looking for, but highly rated nonetheless.

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The Peat Inn just outside Cupar's supposed to be incredible. Possibly a bit upmarket for what you're looking for, but highly rated nonetheless.

 

You have to book well in advance for the Peat Inn and it's expensive. Not the sort of place you'd go with a group of 10 guys.

 

The Anstruther Fish Bar is a cracking suggestion.

 

Alternatively, most boozers in St Andrews do decent pub grub.

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Thanks for any ideas so far, anyone got any suggestions for a good place in Edinburgh?

 

 

Loads. But it depends on how much dosh you've got and what style of food you want. :rolleyes:

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Loads. But it depends on how much dosh you've got and what style of food you want. :rolleyes:

 

say approx ?10 -12 for a main course, open to any suggestions on type of food

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say approx ?10 -12 for a main course, open to any suggestions on type of food

 

Centotre on George Street. Central, truly great Italian food, good wine list at reasonable prices, and lively.

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Would highly recommend The Boathouse on Queensferry high street.

 

Try the bistro area, right in your price range, you won't be dissapointed.

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