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by Andrew Bartlett
Home to Scotland’s youngest ever chef to win a Michelin star, Graham Campbell goes foraging in the wild for mushrooms, wild garlic and herbs. Try the Shetland scallops followed by Perthshire beef with king oyster, bacon and shallot. Delicious!
Located in Tay Square you can enjoy lunch, pre-theatre, and a la carte, and special themed evenings such as seafood, Brewdog Brewery, wines of Italy, and more. The extensive wine list runs to over 100 different wines and champagnes: so much to choose from, so little time!
Bridgeview Station Restaurant
Located on the waterfront and set inside an actual Victorian railway station, this is run by the Elder family who believe in locally sourced ingredients and fine dining. Start with Arbroath crab fishcake, then perhaps Goosnargh duck breast, and Famous Grouse whisky ice cream to finish.
The D’Arcy Thompson
Named Scottish Gastro Pub Of The Year 2015, D’Arcy’s, as it is known, offers starters such as potted wild mushroom pate or hot smoked salmon, with mains including haggis, neeps, and tatties in whisky sauce. They also have their homemade D’Arcy steak and ale pie – recommended!
The Gulistan House
The oldest Indian restaurant in Tayside, Gulistan House is set in an ancient Scottish church filled with antiques and framed prints at Broughty Ferry. Here is a huge choice of different dishes including a kids menu, and sit-in High Tea menu from 4.00 to 6.30 daily.