Non Members

The following establishments are considered to be of a very high standard, but they are not yet members of Scottish Food Guide

Jumping Goats Dairy


Small dairy with pasteurized vegetarian artisan cheeses, from free-range Anglo-Nubian goats: a soft cheese; a firm British Coulommier-style, and a hard cheese.

Aberdour Hotel


Family run restored coaching inn. Bar and restaurant couthy, warm and friendly – very popular with locals for freshly cooked fare and range of beers.

Ethical Fish Company

Isle of Mull

Husband and wife team Guy and Juliet Grieve. Winner of 2 environmental awards, Guy has top reputation for his hand dived king scallops.

Old Bridge Inn


Cheery hostelry on the ski road. Offering great fresh local food from the Cairngorm region in an informal setting.

Bia Bistrot


Here the ethos is fresh-seasonal-local-sustainable-homemade. With a combined Irish


French and Spanish heritage, they cooked their way around the world before opening here. ‘Bia’ is Irish for ‘food.’ Members of Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance.

Mull Pottery & Gallery

Isle of Mull

Studio and gallery where Peter Walker aka Pete the Pot, who studied art and ceramics at Glasgow School of Art, is to be found.

Hansen’s Kitchen


Well stocked deli supporting local producers and many home made items – bakery, meringues, quiches and good cheese counter.

The Timberyard


The building’s history is fascinating. I recall the scents of cedar, pine and linseed and now it’s aromatic dishes from Ben’s kitchen. Reflecting elements of Nordic inspiration.

Hebridean Smokehouse

North Uist

Fine produce and skills – a great reputation for peat/beechwood and whisky smoked salmon/mackerel/gravadlax. Shop plus mail order.

Bhaile Craft Bakery


A haven of flavoursome artisan breads, cakes and great coffee in both Ayr & Troon.

Lembas Boxes


Organic fruit and vegetable grower, widely known for their box scheme, also with organic farm shop

Applecross Inn


The road over to the bay is awesome! Award-winning – seafood from Applecross Bay, Estate Venison and garden produce.

Strathearn Cheese Company


Fresh soft cheese from cows’ milk and vegetarian rennet, Lady Mary is a moist tangy cheese scented with Summer Harvest Truffle Oil and locally foraged garlic.

Peter’s Yard


Stylish Swedish bakery and café in Quartermile, one of several in town. Sourdough breads along with many crispbreads and chocolates on sale.



Dedicated to free range farming and the importance of ‘breed and feed.’ Chickens, sheep, Shorthorn cattle, and Gloucester Old Spot.

Belhaven Fruit Farm


Wonderful pick-your-own berries in season. Belhaven also produce very fine non dairy sorbets ‘Ice Delight.’

Edradour Distillery


Tiny distillery. Andrew Symington, Master of the Quaich, ensures it continues to produce traditional, handmade farm whisky and innovative malts.

Braeside Apiaries


Known for his heather honey from the local hills in set, liquid and comb form. A regular at Haddington Farmers’ Market.

Cafe_ Gandolfi


‘Well fed, well blessed.’ A Glasgow institution. With strong Barra connections the menu is delightfully Hebridean in flavour. 3 venues.

Arran Butchers

Isle of Arran

Award-winning family butchers with 2 retail and a mobile shop.This lovely couple won the Best Butcher at the Scottish Rural Awards 2015. 

Cafe Thyme at Old Byre

Isle of Arran

Charmingly restored croft: gifts, ceramics + this unusual and enjoyable eatery! Home made pides (Turkish style calzone) from wood burning oven.

Bridge Cottage Cafe


Café and coffee shop brimming full of home bakes and local produce. As much artisan, organic and fair trade as possible.

Century General Store & Cafe


Lovely hipster hangout. Great coffee, carefully sourced menu items plus an eclectic and attractive selection of unusual kitchen related goods on sale too.

Isle of Harris Distillery

Outer Hebrides

Social Distillery – owned by locals for locals, creating jobs. Stunning Centre, shop and lovely ‘Canteen.’ Isle of Harris Gin however no whisky on sale yet…

Blacketyside Farm


Farm shop full of fresh vegetables, groceries and local meats. Soft fruits a speciality in season and available frozen all year.

Castleton Farm Shop


Known for berries – strawberries, rasps, blueberries and cherries, plus local meats, cheese, chutneys, oils and cookware. Lovely café.

Ardanaiseig Hotel


Rural elegance in this delightful country retreat. Fine architectural features and gained accolades for their dining experience.

H M Sheridan


Butcher by Royal Appointment. Lovely shop with local produce and friendly service. Award-winning sausages, pies, haggis and roasts.

Buccleuch Arms & The Blue Coo Bistro & Bar

St Boswells

Traditional hostelry is anything but traditional! Sensitively renovated to retain original features but give a contemporary twist.

Ceann na h-Àirigh

Outer Hebrides

Community hub on Grimsay with versatile space, local produce market, home bakes and teas. Post Office and café, functions and events.

Clyde Organics


Organic produce straight from the farm. Primarily milk and also seasonal vegetables.

Badachro Inn


Local produce, local hostelry, all combined in one winning combo. Sailors, families, friends all enjoying the convivial surroundings.

William P Tulloch


Traditional butcher with 2 shops in Paisley. Supplier of Slow Food Ark of Taste Fresh Blood Black Pudding.



Maritime theme for menu and décor. Predominantly seafood menu with delicious bisques. Informal and casual. 2nd one in Leith.

Taste of Galloway


Galloway beef and Blackface cross lamb reared on rolling hills. Galloway cattle are bonny, native, and smaller than modern breeds with superb flavour.

Knockomie Hotel


Knockomie is a really beautiful residence with fine architecture. Gavin won Silver Thistle Award his work for tourism. Meats from Macbeths.

Corner on the Square


Delightful licensed deli and eatery on the Black Isle – contemporary design & full of flavours.

Gin Bothy


Small batch gin infused with local fruits at Peel Farm: Blueberry, Mulled, Gunshot, Raspberry and Strawberry. Café and farm shop.

Macleod Organics


Donnie is committed to bring freshest, best value, most local possible, 100% organic to your doorstep, in highlands: veg/meat/breads/fish/household.

Cromarty Brewing Co


Young innovative brewery with bags of knowledge and enthusiasm. Good range going places: Happy Chappy, Red Rocker, Rogue Wave…

Kinsman-Blake Ceramics and Gallery

Smailholm, Kelso

Tactile woodwork, creative jewellery plus practical and appealing ceramics. Many decorative pieces on display, dishwasher and ovenproof.

Ian Mellis


Original emporium here, now more shops including Glasgow. Beautifully laid out – wheels of cheese piled high and cheese related stock.

Fast Castle Organic Soay Lamb


Soay sheep were originally bred on St Kilda. Truly organic and totally natural they are wild and tasty!

Gartmorn Farm Poultry


Rearing free range traditional breeds of chickens, geese, ducks and turkey available at farmers’ markets and direct online.

Gordon Castle Walled Garden & Cafe


Speyside restaurant with Walled Garden, local meats and Scottish cheeseboard. They make their own gin and preserves. Farm shop.

Isle of Arran Distillery

Isle of Arran

Arran’s only whisky distillery and independently owned: good range of malts, whisky tours, beautifully designed; lovely café bistro.

Laird’s Kitchen @ Delgatie Castle


Clan Hay Centre, with riveting history and romantic gardens. Ideal for weddings but equally fun for lunch or tea in the laird’s kitchen.

George Mewes


Now also with shop in Edinburgh. Top notch: stylish displays of perfectly conditioned cheeses; excellent knowledge from this former chef.



Miniature restaurant consistently has a big reputation and a Michellin Star – a delicious combination in a rural setting.

Tobermory Fish Company

Isle of Mull

Famous for their Tobermory Smoked Trout and Smoked Salmon. Beautifully presented, carefully sourced and very tasty.

Craigluscar Farm Fold


High quality beef from naturally-reared stock of Highland cattle, slow to mature and all animals are grass fed for best flavour.

Crossbill Gin


Small batch gin, cultivating a sustainable wild juniper supply. It is ‘a celebration of juniper and rosehip, two bold and fresh Highland botanicals.’

Amhuinnsuidhe Castle

Isle of Harris

Can be booked for sporting facilities/ B&B/ courses. Estate venison and home smoked salmon. Farm shop by castle.

Island Bakery Organics


Organic butter biscuits including ginger, lemon melts and chocolate limes. Powered by local sources of renewable energy.

Linda Dick Chickens


Fine free range chickens bred on a small commercial scale, sold in discerning Edinburgh stores. Duck eggs also available.

Glenapp Castle


Winner of Most Hospitable Hotel, Regional Thistle Awards 2017. Stylish and baronial luxury. CiS Exc Award Restaurant of Year 2011, Michelin starred, 4 AA Rosettes.

Highland Park Distillers

Orkney Isles

Owned by Edrington Group. Founded 1798 and still has traditional malting floor. Visitor Centre. A hint of peat plus sweetness from oak barrels.

Restaurant Andrew Fairlie


Top notch dining in luxurious surroundings. 2 Michelin**Andrew’s influence will live on and his friends and family will always remember him.

The Tayberry

Broughty Ferry

Adam Newth won Young Chef of the Year Award at the CiS Excellence Awards 2016. Contemporary restaurant with local produce.

Annanwater Organics


Organic blackface and blackface-cross lamb and mutton direct to the public at farmers markets. Slow grown on clovery meadows and herb-rich hills.

Kallin Shellfish Ltd

Outer Hebrides

Own fishing boats and processes catch from others landing there. Langoustine, scallops, crabs and lobsters. Cafe. Shop in Glasgow.

The Gannet


2014 Winner of The Restaurant Newcomer of the Year Award at CiS Awards, Peter McKenna is also Slow Food Chef Alliance Member.

Main Street Trading Company

St Boswells

Deli located to rear courtyard of their cafe and bookshop. Beautifully laid out – impressive selection of produce from foodie shopping to special gifts.

Cottonrake Bakery


A blend of British bakery and French patisserie. Sourdough breads, cakes, savouries and folk rave about their chocolate gateaux!

Lindores Abbey Distillery


Handsomely restored bringing back whisky making. Great story, product underway, lovely gift shop and excellent café complete with Mr.C’s Pies!

Loch Lomond Arms Hotel


Coaching inn creatively refurbished to create a hotel oozing character in a traditional yet contemporary way. Clan Colquhoun country and estate produce.



Extensive range of delicious cheeses and lovely displays of cheese related kitchenware, breadboards and ceramics.

Isle of Arran Ice Cream

Isle of Arran

Made from non-homogenised milk from local cows. Created in small batches in tasty flavours reflecting other island produce.

Andy Race


Locally caught shellfish, peat smoked salmon and kippers all smoked in traditional kilns. Mail order online. Andy supplies top hotels too.

The Newport

Newport on Tay

Jamie Scott, BBC Masterchef Professional Winner opened his modern Scottish restaurant overlooking the silvery Tay.

Speyside Organics


Organic beef and lamb from traditional breeds. Sometimes chicken too. Their own farm butchery ensures full traceability, low food miles.

Buccleuch Arms Hotel


Traditional country inn and a mecca for local produce skilfully and professionally prepared by Lara Smith at the helm in kitchen.

Dunbar Community Bakery


Local enthusiastic breadmakers set up a community bakery, so Dunbar would not lose its bakery! Very popular with locals and now the talk of the town!

George Hughes & Son


Fondly remembered from childhood and still going strong. They source 100% fresh fish from suppliers in Scotland and offer rapid delivery service.

Macauley’s Fruit & Veg Merchant


Attractive greengrocer…new owner(2017) and looking a treat, complete with an excellent range of Green City products. Friendly service

Hilton Wild Boar


“Like pork used to taste in days of old.” Available at farmers’ markets.



New venture in micro-bakery. Weekly pre-order service. Reserve Champion at the Scottish Bread Championships 2018 in their 1st year!

Simon Howie


Gold and Silver awards a-plenty, it had grown yet kept its fine range and quality. Highly regarded by discerning shoppers and top chefs.

Heather Hills


100% raw mono floral honeys and handmade preserves & beautifully crafted beeswax candles – a winning combo from the hills.

Hugh Grierson


Organic Angus Beef, sold on farm, to restaurateurs and at various farmers’ markets. Lamb, chicken, pork and eggs, all organic.

Airdbheag Blackface Sheep

Isle of Benbecula

Pure Bred Blackface Sheep born and bred on this beautiful croft. Smaller carcass size but massive flavour and excellent value. Sold mail order direct.

Restaurant Martin Wishart


Michellin Starred restaurant. Martin has justly won many awards for his skills and expert use of our fine local produce.

Transition Turriefield

Shetland Isles

Community Supported Agriculture scheme is a community food growing project on the western edge of Shetland supplying fruit and veg.

John M Munro Ltd


Leading fresh meat supplier of the north. Cheery friendly service with fish shop next door!

Field (Southside)


Pared down menus brimming with local produce seek to show an essence of Scotland without fuss or fiddling, yet with no shortage of flavour on each plate.

Lochaber Farm Shop

Ben Nevis

Rural log cabin with delightful gift and farm shop. Carefully sourced produce, locally reared meat, cured cuts, veg and Fair Trade produce.

Herringbone Bar & Restaurant

North Berwick

A light and airy contemporary space with freshly prepared dishes: seafood soup/steak platters. Very popular.

Provender Brown


An excellent addition to this fair city. People are sure to travel from near and far to enjoy this special deli.

Hammond Charcuterie


Classic traditional charcuterie using heritage breeds of pork and Shetland mutton to create succulent artisan results.



Classic 1930’s style décor. When liner Queen Mary was being built on The Clyde, Rogano was similarly fitted out in the city and ‘a legend was born.’

Café Royal Circle Bar


The Café and upstairs Oyster Bar are unique Edinburgh classics. 200 years old the name reflects the oysters so commonplace in 1820’s. Opulent baroque & Scottish classics.


St Andrews

Stylish fish merchant and game shop. Fresh and cured fish – even piscine pottery!

Donald of Portsoy


Great tasting oatcakes with a crumbly texture. Also stock breads; sweet loaves; Polish loaves and pastries.

Borgh Pottery

Isle of Lewis

Ceramics, handthrown in Hebridean hues, beautifully displayed alongside artists’ jewelry and gifts Lovely individual pieces/customers can order a dinner service!

Bankhead Farmshop


Working farm with great range of vegetables plus their own on farm beef. Open 9-5, 7 days a week but only from Nov to May.

Boogie Woogie


Eclectic gift shop with crafts, clothes and an exuberant café with light dishes and lots of home baking.

Dough Re Mi


A wonderful name for excellent bread!

Battlefield Bakery


Converted farm building to bakery producing a range of delicious farmhouse style breads, biscuits, preserves and sweet treats. Stuart is 4th generation of baking enthusiasts.

Jollys of Orkney

Orkney Isles

Fresh and smoked seafood specialist. Traditional kiln smoking key to the flavour plus marinaded herring and arctic char reflecting Nordic heritage.

Cuillin Mint Cake

Isle of Skye

Skye’s unique highland energy booster for the great outdoors, minty Scottish tablet.

Donaldsons of Orkney

Orkney Isles

Multi award-winning Orkney smoked beef, a full range of own traditional dry-cured bacon and ham and many more meat products.

Kettles of Dunkeld


Treasure trove for foodies – and difficult to leave empty handed! Rooms of cookware, dishes, linens and ironmongery.

Traquair House Brewery


Ales date back to 1700’s with domestic brewery serving House and the Estate. Rediscovered by Peter Maxwell Stuart in 60’s. Still brewed by the Lairds of Traquair.

George Cockburn & Sons


Highly regarded butcher, seeking out the best local produce available. They have won awards for their black pudding and Champion Haggis.

The Shorehouse


Lovely range of local delicacies to enjoy and home baked puds. For me the star has to be the crab platters – landed on the doorstep, prepared daily.

Blyd’O’It Fishshop

Shetland Isles

Perfect wee place bursting with landed catch and also local heritage delicacies such as Slow Food Ark of Taste Salt Herring and salt cod too.



Exquisite seasonal salad leaves, edible flowers and dressings from the far north of Scotland. Blossoms are perfect for gateaux. Farm Shop too.

Eilean Iarmain

Isle of Skye

Enchanting spot on the shore, fine dining and period rooms in the hotel. Eilean Iarmain also has the local’s bar.

Da Kitchen Bakery

Shetland Isles

Master Baker with traditional range plus lamb bridies. Breads traditionally fermented and hand moulded and along with his pies, delivered across the isles.

Kilnford Farm Shop


Very fine farm shop known for home reared Galloway Beef, Blackface sheep and Kilnford pigs. Full deli selection, cheeses and lovely cafe.

Orkney Wine Company

Orkney Isles

Most northerly wine company – traditional way with flowers and vegetables, many locally grown. Intense berry combos and now rum! 100% natural, sulphur free.

Coruisk House, Restaurant with Rooms, Elgol

Isle of Skye

Lovely historic house with Scandi-inspired interiors. Predominantly but not exclusively resident diners, and advocates of Slow Food. Fresh, creative dishes reflecting Skye’s terroir.

Orkney Fudge

Orkney Isles

Long famous for its Fudge from traditional family bakery, Argo’s, branded for mainland as Orkney Fudge. Delicious squares of sweet treats.

Airds Hotel & Restaurant


Destination dining near Oban. 18th century ferry inn, now a family run luxury hotel. Airds has had an enviable reputation for many years.

Bridge Inn at Ratho


Coaching inn with accommodation and great food provenance. CiS Pub Excellence Award 2012. On bridge by canal.

Corriegour Lodge Hotel

Spean Bridge

Beautiful lodge, glorious views, beautiful interiors, perfect for holiday or wedding. Loch View Restaurant renowned for fine food.

Ballathie House Hotel


Turreted fairytale architecture, fine food and relaxing ambience. Winner 2014 CiS Excellence Awards Independent Hotel of the Year.

Hopetoun Farm Shop

South Queensferry

Fun for food lovers, Hopetoun Estate has a farm shop stocking estate meats, cheese, deli and all sorts of cooks’ accessories.

Bridgefoot Organic Co-op


One of the earliest box schemes, certified organic since 1991. Thriving box scheme perfect for ethical food shoppers.

Lochbay Restaurant

Isle of Skye

Chef Patron Michael Smith’s inspired cuisine has been awarded a Michellin Star. Scottish dishes with French influence and Skye produce.

Andersons Greengrocer


Lovely fruit and veg shop on foodie’s heaven Byres Road! Lovely market feel in pretty displays.

Valhalla Brewery

Scalloway, Shetland

Viking inspired names and delicious flavours offering something special including Island Bere, using ancient local grain Beremeal.

Cocoa Mountain


Gourmet chocolate enterprise -fair trade, free range, organic Shop and café. Part of a colourful community of artists, families and of course chocolate!

Luss General Store

Loch Lomond

Handcrafted Scottish gifts alongside ambient local jams, chutneys, oatcakes. Spirits from the wonderful liquid deli Demijohn in gleaming glass flasks.

Café Fish

Isle of Mull

Seafood café, vibrant bustling venue above Calmac Pier Langoustines, lobster and squats caught on own fishing boat + Glengorm Castle beef.

Brian Maule at Le Chardon d’Or


Well deserved reputation for fine dining and also devotes time to young chefs. Winner of the 2012 Chef of the Year – CIS Excellence Awards.

Cheese Byre


Cheese emporium for Scottish artisan cheeses, plus other useful condiments and accessories. Cheeses from Orkney to Ayrshire; blues, matures; creamy and smooth.

Sutherlands of Portsoy


5th generation, the family traditionally smokes local fish. Hot roast salmon flakes with wonderful intense flavour; smoked haddock for Cullen Skink.

Mustard Seed Restaurant


Contemporary dining. Well worth a visit – sit upstairs and you can watch the chefs industriously prepare the dishes.

Au Gourmand


Wholesale, perfect for chefs, cafes and shops. French influenced with an innovative artisan range.

Tobermory Chocolate

Isle of Mull

Waterfront café alongside “factory” shop this is a delightful spot to visit and tarry awhile. Gift baskets, vouchers and heavenly drinking chocolate.

Millers Larder


Preserves and chutneys, Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Award Winner 2016 for Perfyit Piccalilli. Products made in small batches.

Old Course Hotel

St Andrews

Serious luxury on the menu! Resort hotel in the heart of ‘ The’ Golf Course in St Andrews. Road Hole Restaurant stunning views.

McCallums of Troon Oyster Bar


Harbourside seafood restaurant run by famous fishmongers of the same name. Next door is their quick stop fish bar The Wee Hurry.

Hood’s Honey

East Lothian

Family honey business tending bees the old fashioned way. Fabulous candles too.

Martin Baird Butcher


So much more than a butcher’s with tasty range of delicatessen too. Great local produce and friendly service.

Inn at Kippen


Contemporary inn, rather ‘cool’ with good range of tempting dishes with seasonal produce. Popular haunt as a successful gastro pub.

Knockraich of Fintry


Knockraich Crowdie, Crème Fraiche and Yogurts. Own herd of grass fed British Friesian Cattle, Farm Shop and Courtyard Cafe for light bites and baking.

Bakery Andante


Fine sourdoughs, danish pastries with their home made apricot compote and their magnificent Covenanter’s Loaf along with other delicious goodies.

Grimbister Farm Cheese

Orkney Isles

Artisan cheese – pasteurized milk from own Friesian cows. Traditional family recipe: light, white, slightly crumbly and zesty. Classic, chives, walnut, caraway.

WJ MacDonald


One of the oldest family businesses in the Western Isles. When we visited our hosts treated us to a black pudding tasting and we particularly enjoyed this one!

St Columba Hotel

Isle of Iona

Community owned with delicious local produce, often from their organic garden, comfy chairs with panoramic views in the lounge.

Alexander Taylor at The Waterside Bakery


Wonderful local bakery, 5th generation (founded1820) with artisan breads and a very fine selection of patisserie. Cafe across road.


East Linton

Excellent produce for box schemes and trade. Patricia is well known for her creativity in the kitchen garden with exotic leaves and salads.

The Ship


Waterfront dining in this charming bistro. Local seafood speciality. Virtually travel the high seas as every wall papered in nautical maps!

Broughton Ales Ltd


Long established traditional ales, skillfully blended, each with their own distinctive character.

Coltman’s Delicatessen and Kitchen


Out front is a pretty and useful deli. Delve deeper and you find a lovely bistro – contemporary style and log stove glowing.

Craig Millar @ 16 West End

St Monans

Stunning views and fine seafood make a winning combo Converted old fishing cottage, with rich exuberant tastes on the table.

Early Bird Enterprises

Isle of Skye

Keith and Rachel Jackson run a smallholding at Orbost Estate with Soay Sheep, Highland Cows, and Wild Boar Cross Gloucester Old Spot (Iron Age) Pigs.

Bellfield Organic Nursery


Organic produce with excellent reputation with a well managed box scheme, regular stall at Edinburgh’s famers’ market.

Blackstairs Fish Shop


Seasonal range of fresh fish daily: Haddock, Cod, Sole, Salmon, Halibut, Monkfish, Scallops, Crabmeat and their own smokehouse onsite.



Informal and contemporary, light and airy. Tempting menu in an appealing setting. Good value for money with local food and daily menus.

Gows Delicatessen


Lovely deli with very good cheese selection and a great range of Scottish produce.

Ballygown Restaurant

Isle of Mull

Breads home made with organic flour, all the meats are from Mull. Prawns, crabs and lobsters are caught in the bay. BYOB + booking recommended.

Hebscape Gallery & Tearoom

Isle of Harris

Top notch tearoom with super gallery – loads of light in this imaginative new build with panoramic views.

Muddy Boots Farm Shop


Lively coffee shop, spacious farm shop and children’s indoor adventure play area. Own vegetables on 10 acres and a good range of artisan produce.

Mackintosh of Glendaveny


Cold pressed rapeseed oil, home grown, pressed and bottled on farm. Gregor is 3rd generation Mackintosh on the family farm.

Crail Pottery


Decorative pottery from the moment you set foot in the gate! Lamps and salad sets, bowls and teapots riots of colour with bags of character.



Local game, landed seafood and own garden vegetables – green credentials are top notch. Collected from Mallaig in their own boat.

Arran Brewery

Isle of Arran

Craft brewer with good range with wonderful names such as Clyde Puffer, Brewery Dug, and Red Squirrel! Tasting and tours available at Cladach Visitor Centre.

Springbank Whisky


Oldest independent family-owned distillery and only one to malt 100% of barley using traditional floor malting methods. Estab. 1828 on the site of an illicit still!

Glenfarclas Distillery


6th generation Grant family, independent distillery. Fine single malts, guiding and shop.

Sorbie Farm Dairy


‘Cow to door in 24,’ Ayrshire milk straight from Sorbie Farm to your door as grandson Alan revives the milk round!

Roman Camp Country House Hotel


Charming country house set amidst river edged gardens. Fine dining.

Ship Inn

Good bar bistro on the waterfront. In summer you can watch the cricket on the beach!

All Things Nice Food


Handmade preserves – blueberry, strawberry and plum jams; mustards, chutneys and marmalades. Made in small batches to taste like granny used to make.

Souter Johnnie’s Inn.


Wood panelled inn and crackling hearth, thatched roof and a couthy bar bistro. Food is very good and service warm and friendly.

Finzean Estate Farm Shop & Tearoom


Estate with much to offer: beef, venison and game; farm shop, activities and café.



Locally caught seafood served in contemporary style in this waterfront restaurant. The MacLeod family have been operating seafood restaurants locally for over 20 years.

Born in the Borders Brewery


‘Plough to pint’ on farm where barley grows! From pale Foxy Blonde to classic rich ale Dark Horse. Foraged specials, Elderflower and Heavy Nettle! Café.

JL Gill


Friendly family deli reminiscent of a traditional grocer’s shop in its care taken to source the best produce.

Campsie Glen Smoke House


Kiln dried smoked produce par excellence.

Wooleys of Arran


Family bakery famed for their Wooleys Oatcakes in a variety of flavours to go with the island’s cheeses and chutneys!

Fish in Crieff


Chef Willie Little is so passionate about seafood he opened his own fish shop! He also shares his expertise with customers from far and wide.

Magnum Restaurant & Bar


Chris has transformed this landmark pub into a brasserie dining experience alongside a stylish bar. As he says, local ingredients with modern flair and charm.

Drumbeg Stores


Only deli for miles for locals and visitors with seasonal veg, local beers, cheeses, own organic breads, even local butcher stockist, fishing permits and crafts!

Eddies Seafood Market & Fishmonger


What a place, used by the best. You feel you are entering a bustling fish market with all the flurry of scales and ice! A vibrant experience!

The Cellar


Formerly cooperage and smokehouse – the perfect venue for Billy Boyter’s fine seafood restaurant with Michelin Star.

Isle of Eriska Hotel


Beautiful island setting (with bridge) – award-winning spa and golf course; fine dining in this world famous historic residence.

Fencebay & The Catch @ Fins Restaurant


Lovely smokehouse, craft shop & seafood restaurant

Highland Stoneware


Dainty butter dishes, handsome teapots; bread crocks, cheese domes, plus a whole range of plates, lamps and bowls. Trade and consumer. Lochinver and Ullapool.

Iona Pottery

Isle of Iona

Converted croft near Abbey with beautiful handthrown pottery evoking the seas and sights of Iona. Gallery of limited edition prints, art cards and etchings.

Really Garlicky Company


Plump aromatic cloves of Porcelain Garlic grown in the Highlands. Also garlic oatcakes, mayo, rubs and dressings.

Ola Oils


Family business produces on farm extra virgin cold pressed winter rapeseed oil. Also dressings, skincare, even by-product logs!

Orasay Inn

Isle of South Uist

Isobel & Alan have a great reputation for Hebridean produce – seafood fresh from boat Hebridean lamb from hill , beef from own Highlanders.

Thistly Cross Cider


Great reputation, pressing Scottish apples on East Lothian farm, fermented and matured. Traditional, Ginger, Elderflower and Strawberry.

Pinmore Ceramics Gallery – Peinn Mor Pottery


Minimalist pots made for practical use – a little whimsical in design. I love the mugs with little paws!


Leith, Edinburgh

Non profit making social enterprise providing high quality, naturally made organic artisan bread as part of a healthy balanced diet. Wholesale and retail.

Isabella’s Preserves


Imaginative selection with delicious award-winning jams, jellies and sauces. Louise can often be seen on her pretty stand at food festival events.

Chocolate Tree Company


Award-winning artisan chocolatiers, organic bean to bar – also with gelato, gateaux. Production in Haddington;retail/café in Bruntsfield.

Tain Pottery

Tain Pottery

Artisan food deserves lovely plates and artistry such as Robert’s. A pleasure to use and display.

East Coast Organics


Organic and biodynamic produce fresh from family farm. No shop but a wide range of box scheme options plus farmers’ markets.

Charlotte Flower Chocolates


Top quality, unique as only foraging chocolatier in UK. Beautifully boxed shiny dark chocolates of cream ganache with seasonal flavours of the wild.

Schoolhouse Pottery


Susan’s creative range of ceramics are functional and beautiful, all dishwasher safe. She has plates and bowls, vases and teapots, all in a wide range of hues.

Inshore Fish Supply


By the harbour it is quite the tardis, brimming with local produce as the blackboard outside informs.



Deli with a difference – really cool with a giant tree in the middle and lovely informal cafe bistro next door.

Oceanic Oatcakes

Shetland Isles

Tasty and innovative free from oatcakes using natural sea water from where Atlantic and North Sea merge at Muckle Flugga (most northerly point of UK) sterilised and filtered.

J Doig & Sons Fishmerchant


Excellent fish van, cheery, delivering and selling freshest seafood to trade and consumers. Range of seasonal catch, farm eggs and local honey.



Contemporary surroundings, the perfect place for a coffee and home baking or light lunches showcasing and supporting many local producers.

Rockpool Cafe and Restaurant


Light and airy bistro attractively laid out with natural woods and a split level design. Lovely menu with home bakes and local produce.

Fyne Ales

Loch Fyne

Award-winning ales from natural ingredients and own spring. Traditional methods based on the old British Cask Ale heritage and own strain of yeast too with provenance.

The Kitchin


Michelin Star to his name for his fusion of French cuisine and Scottish produce. His philosophy is ‘From Nature to Plate.’



Enterprising cafe, vibrant and different, informal and surprising. The menu is very ethical and well sourced, fine crab risotto.

Sorn Inn


Gastro pub in the heart of Ayrshire that has put the village of Sorn on the map.

Mearns T McCaskie

Wemyss Bay

Top class – and very picturesque – butchers with award winning meats, dry cured bacon, and even wines.

Aberfoyle Butcher


Famous butcher that everyone raves about! Seasonal spring lamb to mutton, chicken to beef, pork and game.

Great Glen Charcuterie

Roy Bridge

Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Award Finalist 2016, their range includes salami, chorizo, pepperoni, bresaola and smoked.

The Pier House


Idyllic spot accessible by boat (unless you have walking boots). Delicious home made breads, garden produce. Warm welcome awaits you.

Smoked Gigha Halibut

Isle of Gigha

Organically fed, Winner of Crown Estate Stewardship Award. As for its taste, it is a beautiful delicate flavour. Smoky, sweet, subtle and sustainable.

Kilted Lobster


Refreshingly ethical seafood restaurant founded by Colin Hinds, Member of Slow Food Chefs.’ Kilted Lobster has also created “Cooking up a Storm,’ the Social Conscience.

Loch Leven’s Larder


Large sunny café, farm shop has local beef, organic pork, Scottish cheeses, honey and jam. Selection of fruit, veg, gifts, wines,kitchenware.

Tolbooth Seafood Restaurant


Oldest building in town, the county Tolbooth, dating from the 16th Century. Now a fine seafood restaurant right by the harbour.

Tom Courts Burntisland Butchers


Courts family, 3rd generation butchers are back in their home town and warmly welcomed! Great local butchers.



Family farm for seasonal berries, June to Sept. Farm shop with local preserves, deli items and wee café.

Luca’s Ice Cream


Over a century trading, well loved by generations and a must on any trip to the beach! Their grandfather’s original recipe now in 50 flavours!

Stichill Jerseys


Amazing lady with her Jersey cows. Her unpasteurized cheese, luxury butter and clotted cream, cheesecake, panna cotta and quiche sell like hotcakes at local farmers markets.

Dornoch Castle


16th century building, bags of character. Good food in couthy surroundings.

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel


Lochside country house hotel – luxury fine dining, astounding views and fascinating history.

Finishing Touch


A brilliant bazaar of all you will ever need for cake decorating & more. A must for any enthusiast.

Greywalls Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant


Created by famous Edwardian architect Sir Edwin Lutyens; gardens attributed to Gertrude Jekyll, and a Chez Roux restaurant!

Crown & Kitchen

East Linton

Delightful bar bistro – natural stone and woodwork, modernist and sensitively restored – homemade burgers, smoked sausages & fab desserts.

Felicity’s Chocolate


Handmade Belgian chocolate gifts -bespoke chocolates with a range of delicious fillings.

The Gardeners Cottage


Diminutive listed Playfair building was indeed the gardener’s cottage and is now a quirky restaurant owned and run by two gifted young chefs, passionate about local produce.

Spey Larder


Fantastic foodie emporium with marvellous selction of cheeses, breads, wines and much more.

Roots, Fruits and Flowers


Colourful, friendly, comprehensive emporium supplying high quality fruit and vegetables, organic wholefoods and bespoke flowers.

Black Isle Brewery

Black Isle

Popular range of high quality organic beers and regulars at farmers’ markets.

Scarista House

Isle of Harris

Idyllic location above Taransay Island, fine reputation for local, where possible organic, specialties. Awesome scenery matched by meals!

Kylesku Hotel


Old coaching inn adjacent to the ferry crossing. Seafood star of the show landed on doorstep. Food is superb and views match.

Bridgeview Station


Artistically converted iconic railway station and impressive food to match! Rory Lovie is a Member of Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance.

Mungoswells Malt & Milling

East Lothian

Grains from ‘bread basket’ of East Lothian. Sow, grown, harvested and milled on farm for fully traceable Scottish flour, both organic and conventional.

Bonhoga Gallery

Isle of Skye

Beautifully restored mill, with Shetland and Nordic crafts to tempt you! Downstairs is a lovely cafe with ‘best cakes on the island.’

Wedgwood The Restaurant


Stylish contemporary Scottish cuisine in relaxing atmosphere. Paul loves foraging for ingredients and won Thistle Awards Hospitality Hero 2015.

Secret Herb Garden


Herb garden and cafe – tables inside main building and in greenhouse. Full moon dinners too!

Little’s Restaurant


Willie the seafood guru! Wonderful restaurant, fabulously fresh seafood. Eclectic design and polished tables make it warm and inviting.

Legends of Grandtully Coffee and Chocolate House


Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier and his imaginative café plus gift shop and chocolate exhibition – a chocolaty destination!

Invergarry Hotel


Famous with fishing fraternity, an ideal place to break the journey. Stylish and comfortable, tasty options through from breakfast onwards.

Buchlyvie Pottery Shop


Eclectic emporium brimming over with pottery ideas. It is an Aladdin’s cave of creativity and now also with a tiny cafe.

White House Restaurant


Slow food supporters, Jane and her team create beautiful meals with the ultimate in local produce. Catering in Scotland Excellence Award Finalist Restaurant of the Year 2015.

40 North

Isle of Lewis

Combo of dining and takeaway. “Fine Foods from the Croft Kitchen” Food-to-go plus lovely restaurant, The Verandah.

Macleans of Benbecula

Isle of Benbecula

Family celebrating 30 years. Baking tasty breads, cakes and canapé oatcakes. Butchery, Stepping Stone Café and fab outside catering.

Balgove Larder

St Andrews

Farm shop, butchery and café. From fresh vegetables to their highland beef and a great selection of local produce and interesting crafts.



Cromlix, architecturally, is a magical place. Now a luxury hotel owned by local lad and tennis legend Andy Murray. It has its own exquisite chapel.



Artisan natural juices, high quality, very healthy. Own fruit orchards – raspberry, blaeberry, apples and other fruits and berries.

Good Food Boutique

Isle of Lewis

Really special deli where you will find local Isle of Lewis Cheese, plus seafood, black puddings, oatcakes, cakes, chocolates, meats and much more…

Moray Distillery Ltd


Formerly Berry Good, fruit infused vodkas and gins, now distilling AVVA Gin too with its beautiful branding.

Three Chimneys

Isle of Skye

Shirley & Eddie founded Three Chimneys in the 80’s and created wonderful award-winning dining, followed by imaginative suites at the ‘House Over By.’

Boath House


Style, elegance and an enviable reputation. Chef Charley Lockley is highly respected across Scotland.

Oxenfoord Organics


Family run – fruit, vegetables and flowers, all organic, from the ancient walled gardens of Oxenfoord Castle. Box scheme and farmers’ markets.

Knockderry House


Lochside location, charming hosts, enticing menus and lovingly restored interiors this is an enchanting place to stay.

Kingsbarns Distillery & Visitor Centre

St Andrews

Opened in 2014 by the Wemyss family with first Single Malt release due 2018. Darnley’s Gin Still House is next door with gin tours from July 2017.

Caledonian Wildfoods


Specialist supplier to the trade: 200 species of fungi and foraged, plus oils, vinegars and dried foods. Next day delivery available.

Inverlochy Castle

Fort William

Genuine castle in magnificent setting – fine dining par excellence. CiS Award Finaist for Group Hotel of Year Award 2015.

Silver Darlings


Named after the herrings of the same name. Acclaimed seafood restaurant ion edge of sea with French influenced menu.

Tweed Valley Organics


Boxes of local, organic veg and bread to households in the Borders and North Northumberland. Lots grown on family smallholding.

Black & Gold Rapeseed Oil


Part of the excellent range of artisan foods available through the East Lothian Food and Drink Directory.

George Campbell & Sons


Founded in 1872, top quality seafood and game wholesale and retail via fleet of vans and Shop. Smoking Room and Demonstration Kitchen too.

John Brash Murrayfield Butcher


Locally sourced traditional beef, pork, lamb, seasonal game and excellent sausages. Also produces specialty South African sausages.

Gloagburn Farm & Coffee Shop


Niven family at Gloagburn have a lovely farm shop-free range eggs from their 2000 hens, local vegetables and meats plus gift shop and lovely cafe.

Woodlea Stables


This lovely bakery and smallholding has pretty painted shelters for their flocks of hens and were Winners of Scottish Bread Championships 2017 and 2018.



Long established deli, taking pride in sourcing the finest ingredients for Crieff.

Huntly Herbs


Family business growing organic herbs and vegetables used in their own jams and chutneys.

Cock & Bull


Eclectic inn, vibrant and bustling with excellent fresh menus – Winner of Catering in Scotland 2014 Pub Excellence Award.

Cuckoo Bakery


Well well loved quirky cakes and bakes in 1950s style. Winner of ‘Best Cake in Scotland’ at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards 2014 and 2015. Now with 2 ‘nests’ in the town!

The Doll’s House

St Andrews

In their words, serving “good mood food” and have a refreshing interesting range of dishes using local produce. Sundays roasts.

Mrs McMyns Eggs

New Abbey

Lohmann hens roam freely in this idyllic spot by the Solway Coast. Organic farm also with herd of suckler cows, sheep and two alpacas to watch them!

Wee Restaurant

North Queensferry

Wee place with a big reputation so best to book. Chef Proprietor Craig Wood CiS Chef of the Year 2015. Also in Edinburgh.

Chain Bridge Honey Farm


Beside Union Chain Bridge linking Scotland/England at Tweed-bees can zig zag between 2 countries! Visitor centre, double decker bus café!

St Brides Free Range Poultry Farm


Small family farm specialising in slow growing high welfare happy hens, duck and guinea fowl. They feed on natural grains, foraging.

The Adamson

St Andrews

Award-winning restaurant presenting brasserie styled food with a contemporary twist.

Shetland Deli

Shetland Isles

Handmade, local recipes, using local surplus, in season! Successful social enterprise COPE Ltd.

Stag Bakery

Isle of Lewis

Great range of cheese straws featuring Highland Dunlop from Connage and Ayrshire Bonnet, a hard pressed goats’ cheese produced by Dunlop Dairy.

Highland Crackers


Delicate rectangles packed with flavour, ideal for cheese, nibbles or dips. Original, seeded and chilli flavours. Relatively new company and already award-winners.

Ninth Wave

Isle of Mull

Carla is enthusiastic, skilful and published memoir/cookbook. Winner F&D Excellence Awards 2016. Husband Fish from husband John’s boat; garden produce.

Foveran Restaurant with Rooms

Orkney Isles

Fine dining using beautiful local produce skilfully prepared by Paul.

Storehouse Restaurant & Farm Shop


Super deli on shores of Firth – hand made produce: seafood, cheese and meats plus many crafts for gifts. Lovely restaurant cafe deal for meals.

Mossgiel Milk


Artisan micro milk business with Ayrshires, producing on farm, non-homogenized, local milk. Farm shop and now selling tasty meat from Ayrshires too.

Oban Chocolate Company


From classic fruit to zany chillis – something for everyone. On waterfront with lively café. Well loved by tourists, locals and a good place to visit.

Grain Store


Fine food served naturally.This is a little gem, upstairs in Edinburgh’s historic winding Victoria Street, very laid back and unpretentious.

Plockton Inn & Seafood Restaurant


Friendly informal eatery, locally landed seafood, smoked in own smokery. Live ceilidh music, real ales and range of malts.

The Little Herb Farm

St Andrews

Sweet fruit and herb vinegars mad in small batches with home-grown herbs and locally sourced fruit. Blackcurrant & thyme, raspberry & rosemary…

John Ross Junior


Supplier to Her Majesty The Queen, as well as some of Britain’s most esteemed restaurants, John Ross Jr simply spells fine smoked salmon.

Marrbury Smokehouse

Newton Stewart

Classy smoked salmon traditionally produced and recommended by many chefs, near and far. Also with a lovely café.

West Coast Delicatessen


Great range of charcuterie, cheese and local bakes, and make tasty sandwiches to order.

Isle of Skye Fudge & Chocolate Company

Isle of Skye

Deliciously traditional Scottish tablet baked in a lochside kitchen -only Scottish butter and full cream dairy milk. Also tangy chocolate range.

Oyster Shed

Isle of Skye

Quirky shed of seafood goodies! Hot, cold, live or frozen seafood! Take away/sit in the fresh air!

Isle of Skye Baking Company


Black Cuillin Ale Oatcakes, Heather Honey Biscotti, and Ale soaked fruitcake. Available farmers markets/ bakery by the Old Skye Wool Mill.

Shetland Sea Salt

Shetland Isles

‘SaatBrack’ from Shetland seawater, filtered, dried and sold locally. Also available as squid ink salt. New to market so not yet widely available.

Sulwath Brewers Ltd

Castle Douglas

“Sulwath” is the ancient name for the Solway Estuary. Family business with prize-winning traditionally brewed beers. Lovely shop and tour.

Coach House Coffee Shop


Bonnie coffee shop with a cheery host, tasty dishes, home baking, every sort of coffee, plus totally different gift ideas. This artistic cafe is a popular place in the heart of Luss.

Kishorn Seafood Bar


Cheery place serving top notch seafood, home baking and coffees. Oysters, scallops and crab, excellent cullen skink.

The Sheiling, Uig

Isle of Skye

Fun and friendly hip indy café, bookstore with bric a brac and collectables too. LP’s, fascinating books: ancient and modern. Light meals with local food: soups/quiches/cakes.

E Flett Butcher

Orkney Isles

All local Orkney beef and lamb, reared, raised and slaughtered on Orkney. Also fruit and veg, seafood and even cheese.

Crofters’ Music Bar.

Isle of Arran

Live music almost every night to accompany the excellent food. Great atmosphere – friendly staff and skilful kitchen team.

Ullapool Bakery


Wholesale bakery plus wee shop producing speciality breads by traditional methods, sourdoughs, rye and spelt, shortbread and oatcakes. Also at highland farmers’ Markets.

Orkney Roastery

Orkney Isles

Artisan coffee roaster, opened 2017. Micro business with big knowledge of coffee slow roasted in small batches. Good range and popular.

Simon Thorborn

Isle of Arran

Croft community at Old Byre on west coast. He reflects sea and landscapes in natural and vibrant colours – my problem was deciding which to buy!

Luss Smokehouse

Loch Lomond

Succulent beech smoked salmon and trout, working in conjunction with Luss Estates. Luss Seafood Bar over the road.

Cullisse Highland Rapeseed Oil


Gently cold pressed on farm to create a fine product suitable for recipes and for salad dressings.

Castle of Mey


HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother loved its beauty and restored it. She adored the gardens whose produce is now used in the bistro for mouth-watering menus.

Quernstone Bakery

Shetland Isles

Rosemary and sea salt focaccia bread, large white cobs, Danish pastries and popular westside cobs, that are sold locally.

Rufflets Country House

St Andrews

Gracious, relaxing – fine place to eat & stay. Rufflets also works on projects with local schools with healthy eating. 1st hotel in Scotland “carbon neutral.”



Known as the ‘maverick whisky makers of Dufftown!’ Founded 1887 by Grant family, one of the oldest independents. Vintage specialists and personalised bottles.

Crannog Seafood Restaurant

Fort William

Cheery landmark red crannog-esque building, by the waterside – a great way to enjoy fresh seafood, served simply and naturally.

Glengoyne Distillery

West Lothian

Owned by Ian Macleod Distillers Ltd. Highland single malt matured in the Lowlands-its stills are just over the highland line! Water from Dumgoyne, a clear and bright malt.

The Cross


Excellent menus combine fine dining with local ingredients, served in charming restaurant, patio doors onto river terrace.

Peat Inn

Peat Inn

Geoffrey and Katherine Smeddle in residence at this fine destination restaurant with a Michellin Star. Only the finest produce with consummate skill.

Alexa Dunlop


Local greengrocer with lovely displays outside pretty high street shop. Also herbs and flowers, nuts, honeys and seeds.



Charming country house set amidst beautiful gardens. Fine food, wine and gracious surroundings,

Ceilidh Place


An institution in Ullapool, started out as a cafe in a boatshed in 1970 and from the beginning was environmental, local and convivial.

Scoop Wholefoods

Shetland Isles

Serving community with local produce and collaborating with producers e.g.Uradale organic Native Shetland Lamb and Beef. Fair Trade products and hampers too.

Café @ Calgary

Isle of Mull

Vibrant contemporary space created from farm steadings with art, indoors and out. Teas, home baking, light lunches and Cream O Galloway ices!



Chef Patron Roy Brett ran Rick Stein’s empire prior to having his own place. Predominantly seafood there are gourmet steaks here too.

Plockton Hotel


Local produce and very friendly staff. Spotless pretty bedrooms, great atmosphere in bar and a lovely arty dining room

John Mellis


Fragrant honey and gorgeous gifts in beeswax. Diverse wild forage in Dumfries and Galloway makes for perfect honey.

Timespan River Cafe


Local heritage centre, museum, art gallery, creative hub and the bonnie River Cafe overlooking the river.

Salar Smokehouse

South Uist

Salar Salmon is back! Its hot smoked flakes are large and succulent, with great flavour and eye-catching packaging.

Arran Chocolate Factory

Isle of Arran

Beautifully boxed chocolates and bags of caramels. Perfect for treating yourself. Always fab window displays to tempt you.

Katya’s Cakes

Shetland Isles

An island conditori! Her dense chocolate kladdkaka hearts and imaginative range of creations are all delicious.

Creagan House


Baronial hall mets cosy farmhouse making a meal here an experience. Well balanced menus with classic French influences.

Lossie Fish Shop


Bonnie wee fish shop with local produce in a lovely display. Friendly staff and a great asset to Elgin.

Blairmains Farm Shop and Coffee Bothy


Award-winning Farm Shop and Coffee Bothy with a range of home grown fruit and vegetables, eggs and home baking. 5th generation and still going strong!

Ovenbird Artisan Coffee Roasters


Sourcing, roasting and supplying. Ovenbird is a migratory bird seeking shelter in trees on small coffee farms. Davide meets growers, tours farms, checks conditions.

Aberfeldy Oatmeal


Fine oatmeal and other produce available from their farm shop.

Edinbane Pottery

Isle of Skye

Specialists in wood fired salt glazed pottery in gentle tones reflecting the surrounding landscape of seas, skies and Cuillins. I buy a wee piece every time I go!

Perthshire Oatcakes from Handmade Oatcake Company


Classic oatcakes and modern twists: Traditional, Sweet (perfect with blue cheese), Cracked Black Pepper, Cheese, Chilli, Ginger, Black Olive and Cocktail.

Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd & Smokehouse


Co-founded by Johnny Noble, fondly remembered for his love of oysters, put Loch Fyne on the map. Seafood deli, local venison and restaurant.

Tapa Organic


Organic artisan bakery and coffee roasterie with 2 outlets. Wheat, gluten-free products, and yeast-free sourdoughs. Courses, coffees and much more.

Angels with Bagpipes


Taking its name from a beautiful wood carving in the Thistle Chapel of the St Giles Cathedral opposite. Contemporary twist on fine produce.

Hamnavoe Restaurant

Orkney Isles

Seafood bistro, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Cooked with creative flair. Look out for seasonal opening hours.

Summer House Drinks


Full flavoured lemonades and craft sodas, natural ingredients at their family fruit farm. Tonic waters with herbs and botanicals from their walled garden.

Pillars of Hercules


Amazing as its name! Farm shop & café score high on rustic charm and excellent conviviality.

Ostlers Close Restaurant


An institution in Cupar and put this market town on the map. Small and cosy so ideal for private celebrations too.

D R Collin & Son


Vibrant seafood shop – bustling, enthusiastic and popular with restaurateurs and foodies.

Ullapool Smokehouse


Smokery creating traditional kiln-smoked salmon, dry-cured with sea-salt crystals and vertically hung in brick kiln on smouldering whisky barrel oak shavings.

Creel Restaurant


Massive supporter of East Lothian producers. Primarily seafood restaurant.



Seafood restaurant and magnet for design conscious. Meat lovers need not despair!

Food for Thought


Dedicated to Fair Trade and supporting local producers – St Andrew’s Cheese, local eggs, smoked produce and meats. Wee cosy café for light meals.

Ardalanish Organic Farm & Weaving Mill

Isle of Mull

Organic farm rearing Highland beef and Hebridean mutton. Fabulous woven yarns too on vintage weaving looms. Sustainability in spades!

Craggan Hotel


Breathtaking panoramas, golden beaches, terrific food! Kate is passionate about local produce and knows her suppliers well.

Kenneth Morrison Ltd


Highly respected butcher and game dealer for locals and restaurateurs. A great asset to the village – and a mobile shop.

Different Breid


Organic sourdough bread using a long, slow and natural fermentation process resulting in delicious bread with good shelf life.