Markinch (Scots: also Merkinch, from Scottish Gaelic Marc Innis, meaning 'horse-inch/island or haugh (river meadow)') It is a both a town and a parish in the heart of Fife, Scotland. According to an estimate taken in 2008, the town has a population of 2,420. The civil parish had a population of 16,530 (in 2011). Markinch is east of Fife's administrative centre, Glenrothes and preceded Cupar as Fife's place of warranty and justice prior to the 13th century.
4.5 based on 436 reviews
4.5 based on 380 reviews
We go to this Mexican on a regular basis and are never disappointed. The atmosphere is fantastic, the food is amazing and comes in great sized portions, good selection of home made desserts and lovely staff.Hi Samantha. Thank you very much for your kind words about our restaurant. We are really pleased that you enjoy visiting us, and we look forward to seeing you again in the future. Kind regards Paul.
3.5 based on 622 reviews
The Fettykil Fox in Glenrothes is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
I had been staying the night at the Holiday Inn Express next to Fettykil Fox and this was the ideal choice for my evening meal. We regularly visit the Snow Goose in Inverness which is part of the Vintage Inns group and so this encouraged...MoreDear Guest, Thank you very much for your kind words, it makes all of our hard work worth it. We look forward to welcoming you back soon, Kind Regards, Andy and the team
4 based on 187 reviews
The Balbirnie Bistro, a charming and intimate great value restaurant, set within the original kitchens of Grade A Listed Balbirnie House. Our specialities are mussels, great burgers, salads, traditional and classic bistro favourites, steak frites, and sundaes.
I have been several times with family and friends as a couple and in small groups. The choice of menu is perfect, the service is friendly and professional. I love the setting of the old kitchen and this adds to the atmosphere. Never been disappointed in choice of food or wine. Hope to be back soon.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Very disappointed with our food we got last night. Service was good,phoned and ordered and collected- no issues. However, when we opened our tubs, both the chicken korma and tikka masala were like watery soup! .There was no thickness to the sauce at all and both of them had max 9 small pieces of chicken in them. Very disappointed in the view the price of each.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Public house and eatery in Glenrothes, serving lunches 12 till 2.30pm 7 days a week. breakfast sat & sun 10 till 12 evening meals available bookings only. kids welcome and childrens menu available SERVING HOMEMADE STEAK PIE, PIZZAS, MAC N CHEESE, TORTILLA BASKET, GAMMON STEAK, MOZZ DIPPERS, POTATO SKINS, HOT CHOC FUDGE CAKE, CHOC BROWNIE, PLUS MANY MORE DISHES WEE KIDS PLAY AREA WITH POOL TABLE, FOOTBALL TABLE, MINI KITCHEN,GAMES, COLORING ETC
Visited here this Sunday morning with my wife, purely due to the great recommendations about their breakfasts on TripAdvisor, and we were not disappointed.
Breakfasts are served seven days a week from 10am until 12 noon.
Small breakfasts are £3.50, or the Mighty breakfasts are £4.50.
We opted for the Mighty breakfasts, and they were happy to change my wife's a little, as being a coeliac there were a couple of things she couldn't have, so she got an extra rasher of bacon and an extra fried egg instead.
In our view the Mighty breakfast is tremendous value for money in this day and age at £4.50. For this their normal (by normal I mean standard as in non-coeliac) portion consists of haggis, black pudding, bacon, tomatoes, beans, mushrooms, sausage, lorne sausage, tattie scone, fried egg, toast and a choice of tea or coffee.
Must also add that the chef, and the lady serving were both efficient, helpful and friendly.
Everything was faultless really, and we would have no hesitation in returning.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
A traditional country pub with a warm and welcoming open fire . Bar is open on Friday's from 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 4pm. The PLough is now a drinks only pub, however we will occaisionally have promotions such as Quizzes or Fishy Friday. Kepp an eye on Facebook for upcoming events.
This is a smashing wee village pub/restaurant. Waitresses are efficient and friendly, nothing was too much bother. Good choice of wines and beer and good menu. Can recommend.
4.5 based on 203 reviews
I can thoroughly recommend the chefs table! We went there for my Dads birthday treat and everyone really enjoyed the whole experience. The chefs Terence and Lucy were friendly and chatted with us and it was really interesting to watch them at work. Watching the frantic work to get meals out on time was facinating- like your very own "Masterchef"! The food was excellent and kids meals well very well received by my two as well -always makes any meal more relaxing if the kids are happy! The waitress Laura was friendly and chatted about the work of the kitchen, nothing was too much trouble and it was so nice to fell welcomed and treated so well. We will be back and Dad loved the meal and the whole experience -don't tell everyone or it will get too busy!!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Received a takeaway meal from the Jasmine on a Saturday evening, the Delivery was on time which was an hour and a half after I placed the order which shows how busy they must have been.
Ordered a set meal with two Puris, one Prawn and one Chicken, the chicken one was edible but the prawns were dried and shrivelled and the lot went straight in the bin.
Chicken Madras and Chicken Dopiaza mains were both disappointing due to the chicken being way over cooked & very chewy.
Chips went straight to the bin as they were just a bag of congealed cold greasy potatoes. Nan bread was cold and tough.
I have used the Jasmine on numerous occasions and have noticed recently that the quality is not what it used to be.
I may give them another chance in the future.. undecided at present.
4.5 based on 310 reviews
Campbells is a vibrant place to eat, drink and socialise in the heart of historic Falkland, a few minutes walk from historic Falkland Palace. We are pleased to serve Italian Illy coffee, for the perfect cup of coffee. Campbells also serves freshly prepared breakfast, lunch and home baking. Come in, sit back and relax, and enjoy warm pancakes with a choice of berry compote, maple syrup or honey for breakfast, or for lunch why not try smoked haddock and leek fishcakes served on seasonal leaves drizzled with a lemon and dill dressing.Open daily 7 days a week from 9 am until 5 pm, offering breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea along with a superb selection of soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Kept this place till the last day of our stay (since it was the highest rated in the village). Got there at 3.53 and were turned away (though closing time is 5pm on their website). A curt ‘Kitchen is closing’
So, we didn’t get to sample the food; but if this kind of work ethic is anything to go by it was probably just as well!
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