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The Upper Largo Hotel & Restaurant, originally a 17th Century Coaching Inn, is situated in the quiet village of Upper Largo at the start of the historic East Neuk of Fife. 10 miles from St Andrews and on the main Fife coastal road with Edinburgh, Perth & Dundee all less than an hour away, makes the Upper Largo Hotel & Restaurant the perfect Countryside retreat for visitors and locals alike.Check Availability and Book Online
Al fresco dining. I tried the new outdoor dining in the big tent , complete with heaters and blankets on the benches . Had lovely meal of fish and chips along with a bottle of wine . Service fast and friendly, food fresh ant tasty , will definitely be back soon.
Due to Covid Tier restrictions we were unable to travel outside Fife for a wee break and looked locally. Found this gem of a hotel. Super Cheap price for 2 nights bed and breakfast but received a service far superior to the cheap price we paid. Staff wonderful and accommodating and the food was so good we had dinner there both nights. Price for dinner extremely reasonable as well. Room was basic but meticulously clean and had everything we needed for our stay. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking to stay in the East Neuk during and Post Covid. We will definitely return here for dinner in the near future.
We were at this restaurant tonight. The food was fantastic and the service was spot on. We will definitely be back. My husband had the haggis and black pudding fritters for a starter and Aberdeen Angus burger for the main. He loved the starter the best. I'm vegetarian, there was only two choices for me so I chose the Mac and cheese. I'm so glad I did as it was fantastic! Really enjoyed our night, thank you!
Stopped here after a trip up to the East Neuk of Fife. A pleasant table inn the conservatory, only a few tables in use. A lovely welcome from the staff and drinks order taken. My wife ordered her usual Macaroni and had the chocolate cake for pudding. I had the haggis and black pudding slices to start, followed by the steak pie then bread and butter pudding with custard to finish off. All items very well cooked and decent sized portions. The highlight was the bread and butter pudding. Very tasty indeed. Would be worth another visit as a few items on the menu looked good.