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Non Members

These are restaurants and food producers who we believe are of a very high standard but are not yet members of Scottish Food Guide.

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.

The Shorehouse

Scourie
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.

Angels with Bagpipes

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

Kenneth Morrison Ltd

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

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.

Bouvrage

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

Lembas Boxes

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

Really Garlicky Company

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

The Gannet

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

Battlefield Bakery

Strathaven
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.

Highland Crackers

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

Drumbeg Stores

Drumbeg
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!

Blackstairs Fish Shop

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

John Brash Murrayfield Butcher

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

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.

Ullapool Bakery

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

Plockton Hotel

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

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.

Finzean Estate Farm Shop & Tearoom

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

Ostlers Close Restaurant

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

Crossbill Gin

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

Brian Maule at Le Chardon d’Or

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

Corner on the Square

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

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.

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.

Cock & Bull

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

Muddy Boots Farm Shop

Ladybank
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.

Cheese Byre

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

Fursbreck Pottery

Fursbreck Pottery
Harray Potter as he is known has been throwing pots in Harray 30yrs. Beautiful functional designs often based on Skara Brae artefacts, it reflects food heritage. He is also a best-selling author.

Applecross Inn

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

Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd & Smokehouse

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

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