The Brunette and Two Blondes Recommend Where to Eat this Valentine’s Day in Scotland

 

1. Kyloe, Edinburgh

The name Kyloe, an old Scots word for Highland beef cattle, was chosen for the restaurant as it represents the strength and versatility of Scottish beef produce.

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2. Inchyra, Falkirk 

Passionate about great food, service, value and most of all, outstanding steak.  Simple ingredients, cooked to perfection by talented chefs.

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3. Taisteal, Edinburgh

Taisteal is the latest venture by Chef Gordon Craig. Meaning journey or travel, Taisteal presents dishes using the best local Scottish produce combined with elements from around the world.

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4. Forage & Chatter, Edinburgh 

Forage & Chatter is a new restaurant concept which opened in late 2016. The method behind the madness is to bring locally sourced Scottish cuisine from a 25-mile radius to the diners.

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5. The Barony, Biggar 

Situated in the heart of the busy Borders market town of Biggar, with excellent access from surrounding towns and villages and only 30 minutes drive from Edinburgh city centre “The Barony” is the ideal location to dine with family and friends for both visitors and locals alike.

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