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Places to Eat Further Afield

Places to Eat Further Afield:

Cafés:
 
House of Dun Café Near Montrose - fascinating National Trust restored Georgian house open to the public with pleasant café and garden.
Visocchi's 40 Gray Street, Broughty Ferry - famous Italian ice cream and excellent food.
Belmonte, Carnoustie Very good fish and chips.

Pubs:
 
Old Brewhouse 3 High Street, Arbroath - pub and restaurant, good fish and chips. 01241 879945
Meikleour Hotel, Meikleour. Good food in the bar, also smarter restaurant.
01250 883206
Creel Inn Catterline, nr. Stonehaven. Good seafood in artists' village where Joan Eardley painted her seascapes. Visit the website for lots of information about the artists, the village and the area. 01569 750254. Visit Dunnottar Castle at the same time.  www.thecreelinn.co.uk

Restaurants:
 
But 'n Ben Auchmithie, near Arbroath - local seafood in small fishing village perched on cliffs. 01241 877223
Ballathie House Hotel 2 AA Rosette restaurant on the River Tay.
01250 883268
Gordon's Restaurant Inverkeillor, Arbroath - local produce, good food. 01241 830364
Jute Café Bar Dundee Contemporary Arts, Nethergate, Dundee - busy, modern bar restaurant in university area.
01382 909246  http://www.dca.org.uk/visit/jute-cafe-bar
Cargill's Lower Mill Street, Blairgowrie - bistro serving good imaginative food, medium price, good Sunday brunch with newspapers. 01250 876735
Little's Restaurant, Blairgowrie

New restaurant by the bridge. Excellent imaginative food.

www.littlesrestaurant.co.uk