John and Kat’s guidebook

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John and Kat’s guidebook

Sightseeing

St Andrews is 20 minutes drive (or you can get a bus opposite the train station). Whilst a Golfer's paradise, St Andrews also has some beautiful beaches and walks. Great restaurants and shopping.
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St Andrews
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St Andrews is 20 minutes drive (or you can get a bus opposite the train station). Whilst a Golfer's paradise, St Andrews also has some beautiful beaches and walks. Great restaurants and shopping.
Falkland is close by (20 mins drive) and has some lovely shops etc. Maspie Den in Falkland is a lovely walk (about an hour in total) with a beautiful waterfall half way along the walk.
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Falkland
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Falkland is close by (20 mins drive) and has some lovely shops etc. Maspie Den in Falkland is a lovely walk (about an hour in total) with a beautiful waterfall half way along the walk.

Food scene

The Boudingait Decent basic pub food. You’ll probably need to book. We’ve eaten here often, and have also popped in for a glass of wine (although tables are mostly set up for dining rather than having a drink). Dogs welcome. The Press Café and Bistro More Bistro than Pub. Nice little seating area outside if you don’t mind passers-by. You can just have a drink but more set up for dining. Head waitress can be a bit formidable but has a heart of gold underneath the gruff exterior. Greenhouse Bar and Grill Have only had lunch here, not dinner. Lovely area outside if the sun is shining. Hidden gem – go through the Clubhouse to the back where the restaurant is situated. Nice views of the golf course and you can just have a drink if you wish. Dogs welcome. The Courtyard We forget that this is here sometimes which is a shame – lovely food. Lovely outside area. Inside lacks a bit of ‘ambiance’ but is still nice. Food is always very good so worth a visit. Shehnai Indian Restaurant We normally order ‘take out’ food from here but it’s lovely to sit in too. ‘Maitre de’ is either totally charming or totally grumpy depending on what day you speak with him. We take bets on what mood he’ll be in when we visit. Number 10 Cant quite decide on this one. It’s a café (coffee and cake) to the front and a bar/restaurant to the rear. Nicest seating is to the front so we tend to order a glass of wine and sit in the sofas at the window. It’s a bit dark at the back and upstairs (not good ‘dark’ – more gloomy as the lighting isn’t brilliant) but the food is okay. Last time we were here the starters were delicious and the mains not so much. Think it's for young people in the evenings so we avoid (as we’re not young!). Two an a Coo Great rolls and sandwiches to take away. Never had a bad take away sandwich from here. (breakfast rolls, lunch time wraps etc).
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Cupar
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The Boudingait Decent basic pub food. You’ll probably need to book. We’ve eaten here often, and have also popped in for a glass of wine (although tables are mostly set up for dining rather than having a drink). Dogs welcome. The Press Café and Bistro More Bistro than Pub. Nice little seating area outside if you don’t mind passers-by. You can just have a drink but more set up for dining. Head waitress can be a bit formidable but has a heart of gold underneath the gruff exterior. Greenhouse Bar and Grill Have only had lunch here, not dinner. Lovely area outside if the sun is shining. Hidden gem – go through the Clubhouse to the back where the restaurant is situated. Nice views of the golf course and you can just have a drink if you wish. Dogs welcome. The Courtyard We forget that this is here sometimes which is a shame – lovely food. Lovely outside area. Inside lacks a bit of ‘ambiance’ but is still nice. Food is always very good so worth a visit. Shehnai Indian Restaurant We normally order ‘take out’ food from here but it’s lovely to sit in too. ‘Maitre de’ is either totally charming or totally grumpy depending on what day you speak with him. We take bets on what mood he’ll be in when we visit. Number 10 Cant quite decide on this one. It’s a café (coffee and cake) to the front and a bar/restaurant to the rear. Nicest seating is to the front so we tend to order a glass of wine and sit in the sofas at the window. It’s a bit dark at the back and upstairs (not good ‘dark’ – more gloomy as the lighting isn’t brilliant) but the food is okay. Last time we were here the starters were delicious and the mains not so much. Think it's for young people in the evenings so we avoid (as we’re not young!). Two an a Coo Great rolls and sandwiches to take away. Never had a bad take away sandwich from here. (breakfast rolls, lunch time wraps etc).