Food & Drink
Food lovers have plenty to taste in Fife - from crumbly oatcakes with locally made Anster cheese to organic fruit and vegetables and award-winning fish and chips.
Fife may be small but it’s certainly bursting with flavour. With a fantastic natural larder on its doorstep it really is a must visit for all food lovers.
An entire menu is available from coastline to countryside with quality livestock including cattle, deer and buffalo; artisan bakers, butchers and cheese makers; fruit farms and organic vegetables, freshly caught seafood in the East Neuk and award winning ice cream.
The restaurant and bar scene in Fife is certainly lively, and you'll be able to pick from delicious Scottish fare to international cuisine. There are fine dining and Michelin-starred restaurants and award-winning fish and chip bars so you're really spoiled for choice for food in Fife.
Fife has some great farm shops, delis and regular farmers markets where you can buy a great selection of speciality foods from Fife and beyond.
The Fife Larder
The Fife Larder is produced by Fife Food Network and The List magazine and has articles on food in Fife as well as coverage of farmers' markets, farm shops, good food shops and restaurants. It includes:
- A guide to the best places to eat and drink in Fife
- Listings of around 60 places to buy good food across the region
- Features on the food culture of Fife, including the history of fishing, pick-your-own fruit farms and one of Scotland's smallest whisky distilleries
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