Are you planning a trip away to one of Scotland's most visited cities? You will find our Luxury Serviced Apartments situated in the centre of Dundee's West End, offering spacious self-catering apartments with all the amenities you need for a relaxed stay. Once you settle in at our Services Apartments, you'll want to find somewhere close by to eat. You'll find all you need in our complete food guide!
Dundee's culinary scene is strong and inventive. Modern Scottish cookery with seasonal products and local food is the standard; we've chosen some of the best spots to visit.
European bar, brasserie, restaurant
Encore is the Dundee Rep Theatre's brasserie and café, where many famous actors, including Richard Todd and David Tennant, got their start. You will find the theatre and restaurant at Tay Square in the city's Cultural Quarter, adjacent to Abertay University and The Howff, Dundee's five-century-old burial cemetery. Encore is great for a pre-theatre lunch, with shows ending at 6.45 p.m. on theatrical nights for 7.30 p.m. shows. First opening its doors in 1983, delivering exceptional cuisine sourced from local artisanal suppliers, such as beef, Guinness, oyster pie, pressed braised pig belly, and 21-day aged beef.
Bruach Bar and Restaurant
Bar, Restaurant, Contemporary, Pub Grub
You will find the Bruach Bar and Restaurant on Brook Street in Dundee's Broughty Ferry neighbourhood. The restaurant, taking its name from the Gaelic word for Bruach Tatha, first opened in 2007 and is known for its vibrant atmosphere and inventive cocktails. This cuisine combines classic Scottish ingredients and seasonal vegetables with current cooking methods. The menu includes classic cock-a-leekie soup, West Coast mussels featuring white wine and garlic, and Inverurie pig loin with dauphinoise and thyme sauce. You will have to try one of the bar's trademark drinks, the Tequila Mockingbird. It is created with tequila, fresh rhubarb, grenadine, lemon, and egg white.
Castlehill Restaurant is known for the exceptional quality of its food as well as its distinctive and inventive décor. You will find the restaurant situated on the site of a 13th-century stronghold that was reconstructed to make space for a large Apollo statue that functioned as a navigational aid for passing ships on the Tay River.
Chef Adam Newth worked at Edinburgh's Michelin-starred Number One and is a past Scottish Seafood Chef of the Year. The brilliant quotes by Hugh MacDiarmid and Robert Louis Stevenson are featured on the walls, while the menu features exquisiteness such as confit duck terrine, ox cheek with turnip purée, and spinach.
Are you thinking about spending the weekend in Dundee? Choose from one or two-bedroom apartments that are stylishly decorated and well-equipped for solo travellers and families. Book a stay in one of our serviced apartments in the heart of the city's West End now and dine at some of our restaurant choices!