Scotland – Restaurants
Members and visitors are encouraged to patronise these restaurants, you will be assured of a good welcome and great food. When you do so, please let the staff know that you are a member of the Chaîne, or if a visitor, that you found them through the Bailliage de Grande Bretagne website.
The professional members of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs can now be located by using this map-based search engine.
Fairmont St Andrews
The resort prides itself with an array of fabulous facilities including two championship Golf Courses, The Kittocks and The Torrance, excellent dining experiences for every palette, ranging from our new Italian eatery La Cucina to St Andrews Bar and Grill serving the freshest of Steak and Seafood. All of our 209 luxury guestrooms are spacious and well-proportioned with thoughtful Scottish touches. Our sumptuous Signature Spa offers a range of treatments including locally-themed massages, facial and relaxation therapies using exclusive Aromatherapy Associates products in 12 chic treatment rooms. The spacious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and relaxation room complete the experience, helping you to relax and unwind.
Fonab Castle Hotel
Think ‘central-casting’ Scottish Baronial Castle and you’ll come up with one of Scotland’s most magnificent and mind-blowing places to stay – Fonab Castle. Opened in 2013, Fonab has already established itself as the premier hotel in the area. Fonab Castle Hotel is unique, luxurious and, above all, an experience. Little wonder that guests have described their stay at the Castle as faultless with one guest describing her stay as a ‘fairy tale’ experience
Holiday Inn West End
For any meal, head to The Grill & Kitchen, which serves a traditional Scottish breakfast and continental options, plus fresh international flavours for lunch and dinner. Enjoy a diverse wine list, tasty snacks and hot dishes in the chic bar.
Rufflets Country House Hotel
SEASONS RESTAURANT AT RUFFLETS
Inspired by Nature
Seasons is located within the main house at Rufflets, overlooking our award-winning gardens. Head chef David Kinnes draws inspiration from the seasons to create regularly changing menus, imaginatively combining home-grown and fresh market produce, cooked simply to enhance the natural flavour. Our evolving kitchen garden provides fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits throughout the year. Other ingredients are sourced from the rich larder of Scottish produce available in the Kingdom of Fife and beyond. With a sunny, south aspect, the new restaurant interior connects naturally with the outdoors. The colour palate is influenced by the gardens where natural fabrics and textures, combined with leafy wall art and mirrors have been used to great effect on soft furnishings and comfortable booth seating. The bay window is the focal point of the room which cleverly showcases the gardens and delivers an unforgettable dining experience. Take a stroll through our extensive gardens where our home grown produce starts its remarkable journey, or simply sit back and enjoy the view.
Cooking is light, in the modern Scottish style, with emphasis on enhancing the natural flavours of the ingredients and on presentation. To complement our menus a range of approx 100 wines from around the world, including a half bottle selection is stocked.
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh
The Caledonian Hilton, or the “Caley” as it has become affectionately known among Edinburgh folk, was and still is the epitome of style and excellence and its recent transformation into a Waldorf Astoria Hotel has continued this legacy. The large, rose-coloured Permian sandstone façade, quarried in Dumfries, dominates the skyline of the city’s west end. The hotel has not only remained a focal point for more than one hundred years, but a symbol of the very best of Scottish hospitality. The Caley’s pivotal position at the very heart of Edinburgh has always been its greatest asset. Created out of the 19th century railway boom, the five star hotel is looking to the future with confidence and pride in its ability to keep pace with the times. The hotel’s reputation is as justified now as it was when the hotel first opened its doors in 1903
A magnificent Edwardian manor overlooking the picturesque Tweed Valley — home to an intimate restaurant, gardens and six unique luxury bedrooms. The perfect romantic getaway in the heart of the Scottish Borders. They welcome us as friends to create memories we can cherish together