Cupar's restaurants bask in centuries of history. The historic town of Cupar has been an important centre in Fife since the 13th century. With wealth based on the wool trade, agriculture and brewing, it grew to become the bustling market town of streets lined with handsome 18th century buildings that we see today. It's central position, meanwhile, close to St Andrews, the Lomond Hills and the pretty coastal towns of the East Neuk, makes it an ideal base from which to explore the ancient Kingdom of Fife. With lots of visitors and a keen local population of foodies, restaurants in Cupar cater for a diverse clientele, helping to create a thriving dining scene in the town.