Hotels in St Andrews
St Andrews Oldest Coaching Inn
21 beautiful modern bedrooms, including two suites and 6 luxury bedrooms (opened 2008), The Inn has become well known for its award winning food and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes for the 14th consecutive year along with VisitScotland's Gold award for service quality 2009 & 2010.
The main part of the Inn has a cosy cocktail bar /lounge with a fantastic old stable block that is a private function room or conference suite.
The walls are adorned with one of the most comprehensive collections of music memorabilia in the UK today. It creates an amazing atmosphere for small intimate weddings that are held at the Inn - we have a civil licence. When it's not in use for all these special functions it becomes home to the R.A.T.S (Rocking at the Stables) - which was recently named "The UK's best music venue 2009" by The Publican, where we play host to some of the great names in today's music industry.
We have been called "eclectic" by a recent travel writer; a tag we believe fits us well. We are a small, but highly skilled team, which like to have lots going on and love looking after our guests. We hope to welcome you to the Inn very soon.
Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Inn AA, STB (highest graded Inn in Scotland for the last 14 years)
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
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Name: Restaurant @ The Inn
Cuisine: Modern European
Chef: Richard Brackenbury
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes 14 years
Wine List of the Year
New 2009 Bar menu
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Tian of local potted crab
with a lobster butter
Crayfish tails and fresh herb salad
Flash baked smoked salmon C.
with a chive and caviar creme fraiche
Foie gras crème bruleé
with toasted Brioche and sauterne jelly
Goats cheese & shallot tart tatin V.C.
served with dressed leaves
Corn fed chicken & leek terrine
with a gooseberry compote & tomato bread
Homemade soup V. C.
of the day
East Neuk fish bisque
with croutons and Rouille
Fish and Pasta
With hand dived Scallops
Leek and potato crumble
And fresh herb cream
with a luxury fish pie
buttered kale & smoky bacon
Strozzapreti pasta V.C.
With a wild mushroom sauce
£6.50 / £14.50 Starter/ Main
Grilled & Roasts
Char-grilled Angus rib-eye 10oz C.
With the Inn’s take on the famous
Cafe de Paris butter and frites
Roasted breast of wild duck
Confit of duck leg
with a preserved plum Jus
Marinated in smoked garlic and grilled
Served with lemon and fresh thyme stuffing
Casseroles and Slow-food
Venison and mixed game steamed pudding
Stornaway black pudding
And a port wine reduction
“Richards” luxury fish Pie C.
with Salmon, Prawns, Haddock, Turbot,
Cod and a hint of a Smokie
V= Vegetarian C= Child portion available No Mobiles in the restaurant please
Service charge is at your discretion however parties of 8 and over will be subject to a 10% Charge
Desserts and Puddings
Crumble of the day Vanilla crème bruleé
With a ginger & Drambuie ice cream with mulled winter fruits
“Crumbs’ n cream” Scottish Cheese platter
A special disassembled blackcurrant with a special selection of biscuits
Cheesecake & locally made fruit compote
Rich Chocolate Fondant
With pistachio ice cream
A large selection of desert wines and ports are on offer please ask your waiter for the menu.
Potted crab, dressed herb salad and toast £5.50
Hot goats cheese upside down tart, with dressed salad leaves £4.95
Chicken & leek terrine with tomato bread £4.95
Soup of the Day £3.95
East Neuk fish bisque £5.50
Scampi and chips with tartar sauce £ 9.00
Strozzapreti pasta in a wild mushroom sauce £14.50
Luxury fish pie with crusty bread £12.50
Crofter’s casserole (venison and wild game) £10.00
The Inn’s real beef burger with a sweet mustard dressing and chips £ 8.95
10oz Rib-eye, frites and a herb butter £19.00
Crumble of the day £5.95
Crème bruleé and mulled winter fruits £6.50
Mixed home made Ice creams £3.95
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