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Delicious food and a lovely atmosphere. Highly recommend Jack O’Bryans.
We had a great lunch in a lovely restaurant. The food exceeded our expectations, the service was efficient and friendly. Do not miss out on dessert, you will regret it!
The food was excellent can’t fault the restaurant at all
As always service was excellent, attentive without being overbearing, food once again was delicious.
Lovely fresh tasty food. Scallops were amazing as a starter as was the steak carpaccio. I had the Fish main that came with shrimp and "scraps" - delicious. My husband had the mixed meat platter which was lovely but could have done with a bit more sauce and something to fill the side of the plate as it was presented with half the plate empty (portion sizes good through). Rioja was gorgeous and they have a good gin selection. Cheeseboard was superb especially the Picos Blue. Nice to have something different instead of Stilton! We had Crowdie which the staff were adamant was a French goats cheese (it's a Scottish cheese from Tain) so the staff could do with brushing up their knowledge a wee bit.
First visit to the restaurant and I'm glad we booked. It is a small restaurant and it was quite noisy as it was busy, the layout means that my husbands chair was constantly bumped when waiters and other diners were passing but space is limited so not sure what could be done about this. The food and the presentation of the food was excellent, the service was attentive and not overbearing, we also enjoyed the Portuguese white wine Overall very impressed and would highly recommend the restaurant.
The food was delicious, both starters, mains and my dessert. Our main courses arrived piping hot and were very tasty. I had the rhubarb dessert and it tasted every bit as good as its beautiful looks. The owner of the restaurant is very friendly and welcoming. There is nothing else like this restaurant in Dunfermline and it is a wonderful addition to the area. We enjoyed it so much that we booked our next meal there before we left.
Booked online, then responded to email to reconfirm the day before and then gained phone call 45 minutes before due at table to confirm again - was in a hurry at this stage and a little irritated by the call. Understand demand high for tables however please don’t harass customers. Decor is lovely. Menus were in need of a clean as greasy/marked. Drinks pushed a little too much and menu heavy on meat and fish; one of the 2 vegetarian starters unavailable and can’t remember seeing a main course? Mains were well presented and fish and Piri Piri chicken well cooked. Desserts lovely. Overall - felt booking and service pushy, to the point we were not inclined to order more drinks, wouldn’t recommend the cocktail. Coffees served earlier than requested. Experience - we felt it was over priced and that they need to tone down the booking and sales aspect.
My husband and I had a starter and main course each. The menu was not too big which makes it easier to choose. The food was beautifully presented and appetising. My ravioli starter was freshly prepared. The service was quick but not too quick with very pleasant staff. The restaurant decor is modern, intimate and fairly small with a welcoming atmosphere. The accompanying wine and cocktails were average price and delicious.
Absolutely first class with my beautifully presented seafood platter that would stand comparison with any up market big city restaurant. Wines are also very good if full priced but overall at about £50 per head for a 2 course meal including drinks and coffee, I certainly feel that we "got what we paid for" in outstanding quality of food and service.