The next 3 days are more fluid in terms of schedule due to whether we are successful in winning a ballot to play St Andrews. We will have 3 attempts.
Day 5 (Thursday)
Hopefully, we win the ballot and play St Andrews on this day.
Day 6 (Friday)
We are tentatively scheduled to play Kingsbarns @ 10:30
Day 7 (Saturday)
We are tentatively scheduled to play Carnoustie @ 15:10
Some of the recommended restaurants are:
- Seafood Restaurant
- Located within 100m of the R&A. A four-sided glass box on top of the harbour wall. Top quality locally caught seafood, served in a busy bustling environment. Amazing place to watch the sunset over St Andrews with a cold glass of something refreshing.
- Anstruther Fish Bar
- Award winning fish and chips on top of the pretty fishing harbour of Anstruther. Sit in the restaurant or on a summers evening eat outside overlooking the ancient harbour. Regularly voted the UK’s best fish and chips. Cheap, cheerful and a proper British experience.
- The Cellar
- A restaurant of renown serving mainly seafood but with excellent Scottish meat also. Tucked away down cobbled lanes and not the easiest to find. Warm ambience with fires and exposed brick and stone. Bold, original cooking, more elaborate in the evening.
- Newly appointed Michelin-starred local restaurant. Husband and wife run this homely, modern restaurant with local artwork for sale on the walls. The Classical style of cooking employs notable use of good local produce. Well worth the detour!
- The Peat Inn
- Six miles from St Andrews located in an extremely old coaching Inn, with small interlocking rooms. Very quaint. Specialities include freshly caught local seafood and game. Modern Scottish classic dishes available. French influenced wine list. Highly recommended.
- The Dunvegan
- The Jigger Inn
Some highlights of the area:
Culross and Falkland are shooting locations for Outlander.
In St Andrews some historic sites to see are:
- St Andrews Cathedral
- St Andrews Castle
- St Andrews University
- East and West Sands