There's plenty to do in this famous Fife gem, ranging from the top tourist attractions of the Abbey and Blackness Castle to the fantastic range of local shops in the Heritage Quarter. No matter whether you're a local resident looking for a meal out or a tourist planning to sample the delights that the town and Fife have to offer, you're certainly guaranteed some good meals: this former Royal Burgh also boasts a large number of places to share a meal with friends, family and loved ones, and Dunfermline's restaurants are by far some of the best in the area. With Quandoo, it's easy to choose where you'd like to eat and reserve a table online. Sort out your next meal at one Dunfermline's restaurants in just a couple of clicks!
Luckily for you, Scottish people love to enjoy good quality, tasty food – and that means there's certainly no shortage of top-class, authentic eateries on the streets of the country's towns and cities. No matter what your tastes are, Dunfermline's restaurants are here to please you. If you fancy a slice of Scottish and British classics, head down to Retros on Carnegie Drive for traditional, old-fashioned pub grub: the retro prawn cocktail is a must-eat for starters, while carnivores will seriously be in meat heaven with the black pudding topped with bacon, egg and pepper sauce. For mains at Dunfermline’s restaurants, go back in time and evoke memories of family bar meals with scampi in a basket served with delicious chips and salad, or steak and ale pie served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. There's always a classic meal waiting to be tried at Dunfermline's restaurants, so don't miss out.
This may be a small town, but that doesn't mean Dunfermline's restaurants are lacking when it comes to food from culinary cultures across the globe. Carlucci's on High Street in the Heritage Quarter can offer you an Italian meal like no other, and there are plenty of melt-in-the-mouth Italian classics on the menu such as pizzas and pastas. The town's seaside location, too, means you can tuck into fish dishes like fresh mussels in a tomato and garlic sauce, while delectable dishes like filetto diavola (steak strips with garlic, olives, peppers, chilli and a tomato and red wine sauce) combine famous Italian flavours with locally-sourced Scottish ingredients. For something from a little further afield, why not head to one of the best Indian spots among Dunfermline’s restaurants? Apricot on Carnegie Drive serves up unmissable delicious subcontinental dishes, like kashmiri chicken korma with nuts and fruit, or king prawns with peppercorns in a coconut sauce.
Dunfermline's restaurants don't just dish out savoury ingredients; there's also a wide range of sweet treats on offer for afters. And while the Scottish sugary classic that is the deep-fried Mars bar can be found here, there's so much more available as well! With classic British fare like sticky toffee pudding, homemade cheesecake, warm apple pie and much more, you're bound to find your favourite at any restaurant in Dunfermline. Of course, if you simply fancy a little palate-cleanser after your dinner rather than a heavy dessert, then Dunfermline restaurants can rise to the occasion too. Scotland is a nation of hot beverage drinkers, and with a huge range of fine teas, coffees and hot chocolates available, there's bound to be an after-dinner drink for you.