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On the A915 south of St Andrews, this is a genuine drovers’ inn with elements dating back to the 16th century, although it’s been greatly extended over the years. A tiny adjacent stable serves as a boutique music venue, while the smart ‘farmhouse kitchen’ dining room is bedecked with guitars in display cases on the wall – people do come here to see the likes of Albert Lee or Squeeze axeman Chris Difford, after all. The kitchen is strong on casseroles & slow-cooked food – lamb shank or game for instance – while a typical three courses might start with a Cullen Skink cappuccino or hare fillet & scallops on rocket. As a main, salmon, halibut & haddock tempura with fries is a fun riff on fish & chips, before whisky parfait with sweet chocolate-covered tablet & a contrasting guava sauce concludes the show.
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